Posts Tagged: makeup

Pretty in Woodbury Dream Stuff, 1955

Woodbury Dream Stuff: When you’ve just got to be beautiful in nothing flat… Such a pretty ad from the August 1955 issue of Woman’s Home Companion! I love the gorgeous model in flowers and pastels – so feminine. Dream Stuff was a sheer, clinging foundation-and-powder in compact form. It was intended for the busy modern… Read more »

Loretta Young for Max Factor Pan-Cake Make-up, 1946

This is an interesting tie-in ad from 1946 that has actress Loretta Young promoting both a product (Max Factor Pan-Cake makeup), and her movie (“The Stranger”). It makes sense to have a beautiful Hollywood actress promoting Pan-Cake makeup, as it was initially developed to be used in Technicolor movies. The old-style greasepaint makeup used in… Read more »

Walmart Summer Beauty Box is a Hit!

I received my Walmart Summer Beauty Box in the mail today, which is always fun. After my slight disappointment with the Spring Beauty Box (no makeup – boo), I was pleasantly surprised that, yes, I did indeed get makeup in this one – lipstick and mascara – woo hoo! It’s really a pretty groovy box… Read more »

Yardley’s Crash Course in Makeup 1972

                  This fabulous 8-page Yardley of London spread was in the February 1972 issue of Co-ed magazine. Featuring the fresh-faced teen model, Lucy Angle, it featured step-by-step instructions for applying Yardley makeup. It’s especially great because it shows all the colors and types of makeup that Yardley… Read more »