Flapper fripperies - “Girl Shy” (1924)

Flapper fripperies - “Girl Shy” (1924)


Daisy Duck primps for her date with Donald in "Cured Duck" (1945) - Walt Disney

Daisy Duck primps for her date with Donald in "Cured Duck" (1945) - Walt Disney

abject-reptile:

Filmland : deutsche Monatschrift (1924 - 1925)

abject-reptile:

Filmland : deutsche Monatschrift (1924 - 1925)

saisonciel:

Nancy Carroll, 1930

saisonciel:

Nancy Carroll, 1930

hollywoodlady:

Jean Harlow, 1930s

griruxx:

"I wash my face several times a day. And use cream only to remove theatrical make-up. Too much make-up distorts the natural expression lines of a face. A little face powder, a little rouge, a little mascara and a moderate amount of lipstick ought to suffice in town. In the country, lipstick alone ought to be about right.” (Vivien Leigh, 1940)

griruxx:

"I wash my face several times a day. And use cream only to remove theatrical make-up.
Too much make-up distorts the natural expression lines of a face. A little face powder, a little rouge, a little mascara and a moderate amount of lipstick ought to suffice in town. In the country, lipstick alone ought to be about right.” (Vivien Leigh, 1940)


Minnie Mouse perfects her liptick in "Puppy Love" (1933) - Walt Disney

Minnie Mouse perfects her liptick in "Puppy Love" (1933) - Walt Disney

"Moth And The Flame" (1938)

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

Trying to look like Ginger Rogers

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

Trying to look like Ginger Rogers


Minnie Mouse perfects her lipstick in "Puppy Love" (1933) - Walt Disney

Minnie Mouse perfects her lipstick in "Puppy Love" (1933) - Walt Disney

hedda-hopper:
Ida Lupino

hedda-hopper:

Ida Lupino

Pluto, Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Walt Disney’s Puppy Love (1933)


Madge Bellamy
Signed photo to Max Factor:  “I wish to express my appreciation of your cosmetics.  I do believe them to be undoubtedly the best on the market.”  c. 1920’s

Madge Bellamy

Signed photo to Max Factor:  “I wish to express my appreciation of your cosmetics.  I do believe them to be undoubtedly the best on the market.”  c. 1920’s


Walt Disney’s “Society Dog Show”  (1939)

Walt Disney’s “Society Dog Show”  (1939)

timeofbeauty:

Betty Grable

timeofbeauty:

Betty Grable