historical makeup

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 HISTORICALLY ACCURATE MAKEUP : 60′s MOD

Eyes- False eyelashes were HUGE in the 60′s. They became almost an accessory, with some girls even wearing bottom lashes. Mascara could be bought in a tube like we’re used to today, but block mascara could also be purchased. Eyeshadow was a must. Popular formulas were powder, crayon, and cream. Popular colors were purple, green, blue, white and yellow. The mod eye look was the black line in the crease with a pale color on the lid. The dark crease wasn’t blended or smudged, it was a sharp definite arch from inner to outer eye. Eyeliner was also big, continuing from the 50′s. It came in pencil, cake, and liquid. Block mascara was a good alternative if you didn’t have any actual eyeliner on you. Eyeliner was also used to draw on bottom eyelashes (e.g. Twiggy). White liner was used on the water liner to create a wide-eyed look.

Eyebrows- Eyebrows were groomed and shaped with an eyebrow pencil. They could go either way, being pencil thin or fuller ( e.g. Elizabeth Taylor)

Face- Popular blush colors were pinks, corals, and peach and geared toward looking natural. They too came in a variety of formulas including cream, powder, and liquids. They were free from shimmer and glitter (I went against the rules on this and put on some highlighter srry). The skin was kept very matte. Foundation and powder were used, but not all over the face. 

Lips- Popular shades were pale pinks, light reds, corals, and peach. They came in the standard tube and rounded at the tip, shaped like a bullet. Lip liners we’re usually not used, keeping the lips natural and muted. I decided to use one because of numerous pictures I had seen of Priscilla Presley in the 60′s. She usually had a nude lip paired with a darker lip liner.

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I’m the past month I’ve unfollowed a lot of blogs that are no longer active and several of the people I do follow have deactivated recently so I don’t really have a lot of content on my dashboard besides my current mutuals. I’d love to check out and follow your blog if you post:
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- high fashion
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- classical art
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- historical fashion
- rococo/baroque era
- ballet
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HISTORICALLY ACCURATE MAKEUP: 70S DISCO

Eyes - Disco goers usually wore bright eye colors. Popular ones were greens, blues, oranges, and purples. Crease colors weren’t popular and typically one color was worn all over the lid (with an exception of glitter). They were blended out into an almond shape, with no harsh edges or lines. A brow bone highlight was also very popular. Mascara was applied heavily and false eyelashes were typically worn for a more dramatic look. 

Lips - Popular disco colors were pinks, reds, oranges, and purples. All in bright hues and topped with a clear gloss.

Brows - Brows were plucked thin or shaped into an arch. They could be filled in with a brow pencil but there was no drawing on the shape of the brow like today. (Which I totally skipped this step lol)

Face- Skin was dewy and fresh. Not a lot of foundation or concealer was worn. The main focus was blush. It was applied heavily and swept up towards the ears. Highlighter wasn’t a thing at this time but body glitter was available and was applied all over the body and cheeks.

anonymous asked:

Yo,,, I had an au idea but idk if anyone would even like it Anyway I heard historically Lafayette liked makeup and crossdressed to get into America so What if: Trans girl Lafayette It's a pretty angsty au because it follows the original time period idk but should I try to write it

trans woman laf would be such a great au !!! heck even a great genderbend idea as well !! u go write that anon ! n tag me as well !!

mercurygray  asked:

Historical person: Mary Pickford.

I love this! In college I had to take a class in costume and makeup, and our final makeup design had to be “historical” makeup, so I did a silent film star look inspired by Mary Pickford and Clara Bow.

Cognitive Functions by What They Watch On Youtube

Se: Prank videos
Ni: TED talks and fun-fact stuff
Si: Makeup tutorials, historical videos
Ne: Comedic stuff, quirky stuff
Fe: Makeup tutorials, vloggers
Ti: Makeup tutorials, fun-fact stuff
Fi: Rants, vloggers
Te: howto, lifehack,diy