I love Rita Lee. I love any woman that plays a theremin. Here’s my non-fussy simple early 1970’s makeup look inspired by Rita Lee here:
FACE: Rita’s freckles show through. I applied Lancôme Beinfait Multi-Vital Tinted Moisturizer in Sand for sheer coverage. I need more coverage under the eyes, so I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector with my fingers. I took a fluffy brush and applied Clarins Loose Powder in Beige to the t-zone. On the cheeks… Continue reading | 2 Comments
Hammer film actress and Bond girl. Two things that I’ve always wanted on my resume but it’s never happening. – Here’s what I did to get a 1970’s Martine Beswick inspired look:
FACE: Nothing about my face is like Martine’s so I must contour. I applied Guerlain Lingerie de Peau Foundation in Beige Claire and blended with a sponge. Under the eyes, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With the brush included I set the… Continue reading | 2 Comments
Mainstream Monday – Sniffing a Popular Perfume
I’m an Estee Lauder fan girl. Estee Lauder fragrances are attainable, affordable and well-done. Out of all of the Estee Lauder scents, Cinnabar, the spicy floriental, is the most “me”.
Cinnabar opens with this wonderful citrus floral nail polish. It’s classic Estee Lauder aldehydes and fruits. I get this antiqued, charming peach and stewed plum. The scent gets dustier with spices, cinnamon and clove, over spicy, fresh florals. I feel that Cinnabar… Continue reading | 14 Comments
Here’s a 1975 magazine cover of actress Jennifer O’Neill. She’s one of those people that if you see her today, she’s even more beautiful. I guess nine marriages keeps you looking youthful 😉 Jennifer now resides in Nashville on a horse farm. Here’s what I did to get this mid-70’s look:
FACE: With my fingers, I blended Guerlain Lingerie de Peau Foundation in Beige Clair. Under the eyes, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With the brush included… Continue reading | 5 Comments
Mainstream Monday: Sniffing a Popular Fragrance
Launched in 1976, Z-14 is a fragrance that contains every note in the universe. It’s loud and it throws. Because of this, it’s a polarizing fragrance. You either love or hate it. Or love it 50% of the time and hate it the rest of the time. I’m in the “love” team of Z-14. It’s a wonderful manly scent, very Boogie Nights, a perfume on the prowl in a discotheque.