Posts Tagged: vintage advertisement

Christian Dior Tibet Haute Couleur Lipsticks, 1987

In keeping with the bold, bright and vivid vibe of the 1980s, Christian Dior introduced their Haute Couleur lipsticks. They soothed, softened, moisturized and protected from the sun. This gorgeous fuchsia/hot pink shade is FABULOUS – my absolute favorite color! ♥ ~Marilyn

Introducing Soleil Chanel, 1987

Chanel introduced its suncare system in 1987 with the Soleil line, created in Europe. Tanning was still popular in the 1980s, and, in keeping with Coco Chanel’s penchant for a golden tan, Chanel’s focus was on maintaining that golden glow, not so much on sun protection. The highest SPF was 15 in the Haute Protection… Read more »

Creepy “Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific!” Fragrance Shampoo & Conditioner, 1975

Yikes, some product’s advertising is cringeworthy, especially in today’s times. This “Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific!” ad is rather distasteful, bordering on harassment, with a young man sniffing and commenting on a fellow student’s hair. The whole point of the shampoo and conditioner was the fragrance: “like meadows of wildflowers in spring”. I thought the… Read more »

Legend Liza Minnelli in Blackglama, 1974

Here is Liza Minnelli in all her glory in the “What becomes a Legend most?” ad for Blackglama. I think it captures her fabulous insouciance perfectly! Blackglama advertised itself as the world’s finest natural dark ranch mink bred only in America by the Great Lakes Mink Men. ~Marilyn

Christmas 1968 QualiCraft Shoes

This ad from the December 1968 issue of Seventeen magazine takes me right back to that era! QualiCraft shoe store was “The” place to buy shoes for us groovy 60s and 70s teens. They always had the latest styles and were moderately priced. Of course they were pretty much always located in a mall (I… Read more »