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1950’s Fashion: Get the Makeup Look of Janet Leigh

Janet Leigh

I think this is a very pretty vintage look. It’s all about the glossy lips (that aren’t red!). This look will look great on most complexions. Here’s what I did to achieve a similar 1950’s pre-Pyscho inspired Janet Leigh look:

FACE: I applied Lancôme Absolue Cream Foundation in Ecru 10 with my Elizabeth Arden Foundation Brush. Under the eyes with my fingers, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With the puff provided, I applied… Continue reading

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More 1930’s Fashion: Get the Makeup Look of Alice Faye

1930's Fashion Get the makeup Look of Alice Faye

Alice is sporting quite the look here with those interesting bangs. I may not like the hair but I do like a classic, matte red lipstick look. Here’s what I did to create a 1930’s inspired Alice Faye makeup look…sans the goofy poofy hair:

FACE: I applied Shiseido Stick Foundation in 020 with my fingers. With my Bobbi Brown Concealer Brush, I applied e.l.f

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An Interview with Kate Walsh & Her New Boyfriend

Ad featuring Kate Walsh and the perfume Boyfriend

EauMG interviews actress Kate Walsh:

Boyfriend is a perfume that is meant to capture the scent of a guy on a girl, a skin lingering scent, a rich man’s cologne mixed with feminine perfume. The memory of a boyfriend. Boyfriend is a woody oriental with notes of dark plum, myrrh, night blooming jasmine, benzoin tears, skin musk, golden amber, and vanilla woods.

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview and discuss the fragrance, Boyfriend, with Kate Walsh, the… Continue reading | 15 Comments

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More of the 1960’s: Get the Makeup Look of Tina Aumont

1960's Makeup look of Tina Aumont

Tina is so young here! She has to be under 20 in this picture. She grew up fast, getting married at 17. Anyways, I like this look. It’s seem to be what people are going for these days. This look works for most people, but I do think it does look the best on complexion similar to Tina’s. Here’s what I did to achieve a modern day version of Tina’s look:

FACE: I evened out my complexion with

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More 1960’s Fashion: Get the Look of Daniela Bianchi

1960's actress Daniela Bianchi

This is such a 60’s Italian cinema look to me: the bronzer, dark eye makeup, and the dramatic hat. There’s some modern appeal to this look. All of the 2000s has been about smoky eyes and pale lips. Here’s what I did to get a similiar look to Daniela’s.

EYES: Because this look has heavy eye makeup, I’m starting with the eyes first. I filled in brows with the waxy, e.l.f. Eyebrow Lifter & Filler Pencil in Ash. This pencil… Continue reading | 5 Comments