Oh, Britt Ekland, actress, Bond Girl, singer, and ex-wife of a Stray Cat. I like a women that can tell a story and you know that Britt has stories. I’m not sure about the exact date of this photograph of Britt. I’m going to guess late 60’s, early 70’s. I love this look for summer. You can see her freckles and I love the peach blush and lip color. Here’s what I did to get a similar look to Britt Ekland’s here:
I love this soft mauve look of comedic actress, Paula Prentiss. These colors are soft and wearable, wonderful day time look. Here’s what I did to get this early 1960’s inspired makeup look.
FACE: With a makeup sponge, I applied Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Makeupin Buff 3 and blended. Under the eyes with my fingers, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With a powder brush, I applied Bobbi Brown Sheer Finish Loose Powderin Pale Yellow. With a… Continue reading
When I think classic 1950’s, I think of a look like Nadja’s. Simple eye makeup, red lips and flawless skin. It works for everyone. Here’s what I did to get German actress, Nadja Tiller’s inspired makeup look:
FACE: It’s all about a flawless complexion. And most of us don’t have that, so we must fake it. Under the eyes with my fingers, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With a sponge, I applied
Pink maribou! False eyelashes! What isn’t there to love? Here’s what I did to get a flirty 1960’s look inspired by the lovely French actress, Anouk Aimée.
EYES: Being a look that is all about the eyes, I started there. First I applied, e.l.f. Essentials Eyelid Primer as an eye makeup foundation. While that is drying, I applied Alima Pure Satin Matte Eyeshadow in Raven, a dark brown, to brows with a hard, slanted brow brush. For… Continue reading | 10 Comments
Time for another Hitchcock gal look! Other than the hair, Suzanne’s look is modern looking. This 1960’s look is very neutral with glowing complexion. Because this is a “natural” look, it works for everyone. Here’s what I did to get this Suzanne Pleshette inspired look: