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More of the 1960’s: Get The Look of Tuesday Weld

This look is a bit “drier” than what I like but I’m a sucker for orange lipstick. Here’s what I did to get this 1960’s Tuesday inspired look:

FACE: With a foundation brush, I applied Lancôme Teint Idole Foundation in Buff 3. I need more coverage under the eyes, so I applied Rimmel Hide the Blemish Concealer in Soft Honey. With a powder brush, I applied Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder in Transparent. Under the cheek bones, I applied with a blush brush,

makeup instruction, vintage

More 1960’s Fashion: Get The Makeup Look of Tuesday Weld

This is a very sexy look that reminds me of many makeup collections launched by current makeup companies. Being obsessed with bold lipstick, I often forget how sexy a nude lip can be. This looks is subtle sexy, don’t you think? It’s not too much. It can be an “everyday” look. To get this look:

FACE: With a foundation brush apply a satin finish foundation such as Dior DiorSkin Sculpt Foundation in your shade. Have imperfections? Now apply concealer. I like the the coverage of Make Up For