Posts Tagged: 70s

Maybelline Blooming Colors Traveler Kits, 1973

I really love the beautiful spring flowers in this 1973 Maybelline ad! Blooming Colors Travelers kit had everything you needed to take colorful eyes wherever you go. The kit had three spring soft shadows from the famous Blooming Colors collections; super Automatic Overliner in a color to complement; plus Blooming Colors Automatic Mascara to pull… Read more »

Vintage 70s Gold Formula Breck Shampoo

Breck shampoo was still really popular in the 1970s, but they did seem to capture the zeitgeist of the times with their ‘natural’ focus. Gold Formula Breck supposedly had far less detergent, and far more ‘natural’ ingredients. It was intended to get out the dirt, but leave the ‘natural’ shine. I used Breck shampoo religiously… Read more »

The 1928 Jewelry Company in 1974

The 1928 Jewelry Co. was founded by Melvyn Bernie in 1968, and is now one of the largest and last-standing jewelry manufacturers in the U.S. They specialize in making antique reproductions, handmade in the European tradition. I really love this black and white ad from 1974. It evokes a Victorian/Edwardian vibe, along with 1970s Boho… Read more »

Breck Creme Rinse for Beautiful Hair, 1974

I must admit that even though I used Breck shampoo religiously in the 60s and 70s, I never really understood what creme rinse was. They heavily advertised its virtues; eliminating snarls, giving spectacular shine and blissful body. And this 1974 ad is really pretty, with a golden-haired model catching the eyes of two men. Her… Read more »

Vintage 70s Frye Boots For Ms. and Mr.

Frye Boots really became super popular in 1974, like this ad depicts. The chunky Campus Boot was especially ubiquitous and trendy. Everyone was clomping around in them; and Frye promoted its unisex styling in the newly-coined title “Ms.”, and Mr. Frye Boots remain popular today, as all good American classics do! ~Marilyn