YESTERDAYS VINTAGE MAKEUP

There is something alluring about Vintage Makeup admired by many people. So much so that portraits of the historic Marilyn Munroe and the delicate Audrey Hepburn still remain part of the mainstream beauty culture.  The arched eyebrows and the crimson red lips create a breathtaking look.  In fact, during the mid 1940’s women would kiss the envelopes of mail sent to the troops in war to boost morale!  Be that as it may,  porcelain skin canvassing the feminine look of  women of that era was clean, confident and classy. 

Although makeup application has changed over the years, many woman today wear the classic colors that meet the 1050’s look. For the simple reason being, it looks ageless and beautiful.

TODAYS VINTAGE MAKEUP

After some web browsing I came across “Makeup by Alix” who offers many different makeup applications. In short, her services are very affordable and a fun way to experiment with colors! Whether you’re attending a wedding or simply , “just because”, either way your experience of having your makeup done will lift your spirits!  With reference to the pictures below, beige and brown shading colors appear on the eyes. In addition a matte powder and a brilliant red lipstick for the finishing touch.  

 

A steady hand is key in applying the eyeliner. More importantly, the symmetry of the eyeliner needs to be near perfect in achieving the vintage look.  Given these points, I believe every woman can transform her beauty into something magical.

For illustration, see my link below to browse “Makeup by Alix’s” portfolio. Enjoy!

https://www.facebook.com/makeupbyalixc/

5 THINGS MAKEUP CAN DO!


Boost your self-esteem

Enhance your features

Add beauty to the world

Help you feel more beautiful

Inspire your creative side

Beauty is not in the face; beauty is the light in the heart.

Inspirational Quote by : Khalil Gibran

VINTAGE MAKEUP TODAY AND YESTERDAY

2 thoughts on “VINTAGE MAKEUP TODAY AND YESTERDAY

  • February 13, 2017 at 6:57 am
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    Thanks Heaps! So glad you enjoyed…

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