Hollywood seems like a land all on its own, separate to America separate to the real world so we thought, what it would be like to live in a time where beauty tips were rife but today seem crazy!
There are, however some that have come back today like dermaplanning So read some of our finely selected beauty tips from classic old Hollywood , some will this make you chuckle some will just make you say WTF!?!
Audrey Hepburn got her signature doe-eyed look by separating her lashes one by one using a safety pin! I prefer just a good mascara brush. Nowadays the trend is using tweezer, lash separating technique.
To make her lips appear fuller, Monroe would have her makeup artist apply five different shades of lipstick and gloss in order Darker reds went on the outer corners while lighter hues were brushed on the middle of the lips. Try it with out Vibe lip tints. We sell a light pink and a vamp which is a dark ish purple, so you could look like a Marilyn in no time.
Elizabeth Taylor took a page out of Cleopatra's book, as both women made a habit of shaving their face. These days, there are ways to do so (that don't require a razor!) to remove the fine baby hairs and the surface layer of skin cells, which gives the skin a facial-like glow.
To maintain a smooth, even complexion, Rogers reportedly toned her skin with cotton pads saturated in witch hazel—a natural astringent and anti-inflammatory—after cleansing.
MGM studio execs wanted Judy Garland to lose weight, so they put her on a strict diet of chicken soup, black coffee, and 80 cigarettes a day. We don’t recommend trying this one that’s for sure!
Putting table salt in your cleanser and slapping your jawline was the secret to great skin in 1940, according to director Ida Lupino. Well this is extreme!
In 1947, Modern Screen magazine's beauty editor advised that the secret to soft skin was to clean your face and apply Pond's Cold Cream from hairline to collarbone, twice. This cream reminds me of my Nan! I can smell it just by saying the name!