Magli

1970s, Inspirational Images, Magli, Make-up, Vintage Adverts, Vogue

Scanned from Vogue, April 1970.

Bloom More Brilliantly Than Your Dresses

1970s, barbara daly, barry lategan, hair, Hair and make-up, Inspirational Images, leonard, Make-up, salvador, Vogue
…it takes make-up.

Revlon’s make-up. Creamy Ivory Touch & Glow Liquid Make-up, and Frosty Sienna Blush-On so that it shows. Touch & Glow Translucent Powder dusted on and dusted of again. Eyes outlined with Midnight Blue Liquid Eyeliner. Black Super Rich Mascara for lashes. Lemon Frost merged into Meadow Green Super Rich Eye Shadows. Charcoal Grey Fineline Pencil for brows. Copper Coral Lipstick, brush-outlined for cut-out clear edges.

Make-up artist, Barbara Daly; hair by Nick at Leonard.

Herbaceous silk chiffon dress, with chiffon rose necklet, by Salvador, about £150, Liberty.

Photographed by Barry Lategan.

Scanned from Vogue, February 1975.

For the Discotheque

1960s, beauty, hair, Hair and make-up, Inspirational Images, leonard, Make-up, paul misso, petticoat magazine, Piero de Monzi

When you go to a nightclub – don’t look nice! Nice means safe make-up, a little eyeshadow and ordinary hair. That’s the best way to get lost when you should be turning every head.

Go wild, wear crazy colours – cause a sensation whatever you do, don’t play safe. Looking so sensational, you’re going to be dancing a lot, so be sure of your cool. Have a crazy bath with the water coloured blue with Weil’s Antilope Bain de Mousse, £1.10s. Deodorise from top to toe with Arrid’s anti perspirant for underarms, 4s.6d. which you wisely defuzzed the night before, and use Bidex vaginal deodorant spray, 8s.11d. Give feet a treat with Windsor Gold Foot Freshener, 18s.6d.

Then wear lashings of cologne and matching talc touch of the exotics with Kiku’s Talc Ball £1.7s. 6d. and After Bath Cologne, £2.9s.6d. by Faberge.

Jayne’s wig comes from Leonards and it really stopped the traffic. Her foundation is Rubinstein’s Illumination Souffle Stick £2.7s.6d., then a polished glow with a few deft slicks of Vanilla Souffle stick £2.7s.6d. On her eyes—Lumina Silver Cake Eyeshadow, 35s. by Rubinstein, Gala’s Iced Mauve Matte Shadow 7s.9d., in the socket line. Pale mauve real feather lashes by Piero de Monzi, £3.13s.6d., top lashes 18s.6d., by Cardinelli. Mauve eyeshadow painted on lips or Cydax Apricot Gold Colour Creme Lipstick, 14s.6d. Kiku perfume stick, £2.17s.6d. for bosom, behind ears, wrists and back of knees. Give nails crystal lights with one of Cutex’s new exciting colours like Zircon Glaze, 5s.3d. Soften hands with Rubinstein’s Hand Delight. 16s.

Clothes from Fenwick. Golden Disc and Sidney Smith.

Beauty by Ann Morrow.

Photographed by Paul Misso.

Scanned from Petticoat, 8th November 1969.

Judy Bowker in Annacat

1970s, annacat, Annette Green, beauty, Hair and make-up, Inspirational Images, Judy Bowker, Make-up, Vogue
Judy Bowker: 17-year-old actress soon to be seen as Saint Clare in “Brother Sun, Sister Moon”, chosen by director Franco Zeffirelli for her young, calm and serene beauty. Here she wears Innoxa’s Satin Sheen Peach moisturised foundation with a touch of Terra Glaze Colour Sheen on her cheeks, her eyes shine with Doeskin Shadow Gleam, the lashes with Dark Brown Master Stroke Mascara, and on her lips the new Jewelfast lipstick Flapper. Dress from Annacat. Hair by Manfred of Vidal Sassoon.

Photographed by Annette Green.

Scanned from Vogue, September 15th 1971.

Shades of Autumn

19 magazine, 1970s, art deco, celia birtwell, francois lamy, Hair and make-up, Ingmari Lamy, Inspirational Images, karl lagerfeld, Make-up, ossie clark, quorum, Revlon

We’ve tried to capture the golden richness and mellow nuances of a well-preserved old oil painting, and create our October face with the new Moody Hues make-up from Revlon’s Natural Wonder collection. Face tone should be warm and tinged with a hint of tan, and we used foundation colour ‘Bisque Beige’, 66p., dusted over very lightly with translucent pressed powder in the ‘Medium’ shade, £1.02. We rouged the cheeks with Cheek Shine in ‘Red’, £1-32. Pursuing the same rustic-toned theme we chose ‘Soulful Plum’ mascara and lashed it on both top and bottom lids, 85p. Eyes are a muted melange of ‘Tortoiseshell’ Eyeshadow Stick, 66p., and the same shade in Lid Lights, the powder version, fading to complementary ‘Minty Green’ powder shadow just under the brows, £1.10 each. We dabbed over the eyelids with ‘Brown Shine’ cream blusher for extra gloss and softness, £1.32. Lips are outlined in ‘Bracken Brown’, 62p.

Model is Ingmari Lamy.

Make-up was applied by visagiste Jean Duval of Revlon, Paris.

The beautiful décolleté dress with huge winged sleeves is in black with a yellow, red and blue feather print, from Quorum, £24.

‘Forties-style hair was dressed by Tina of the Jean-Louis Davide Salon in Paris.

Photographed in the apartment of Karl Lagerfeld, the designer, by Francois Lamy.

Scanned from 19 Magazine, October 1971.

Mary Quant’s New Greasepots

1970s, barbara daly, Cathee Dahmen, Hair and make-up, Honey Magazine, Make-up, mary quant, Vintage Adverts
Advert for Mary Quant greasepot cosmetics.
“Dip your fingers in my colours. Give your eyes and lips a shine.”

Model is Cathee Dahmen.

Make-up by Barbara Daly.

Scanned from Honey, October 1971.

Look smooth, no matter what

1970s, Hair and make-up, Make-up, Miners, petticoat magazine, Vintage Adverts
Miners Smoothie is a creamy powder. Creamy to go on smoothly. Creamy to look smooth when it’s on. Creamy to make your skin as natural as the real thing, only better. And it comes in a handy compact, complete with mirror. So wherever you are, whatever you do, you’ll always look smooth. Want to add colour or shadow? Choose from Miners Face Fixers, Glo Bare and Stick Make-up. It’s the secret of how to look good when someone takes a good look.

I wish I looked that cute when I was doing the decorating!

Scanned from Petticoat, 4th September 1971.

Drink to me only in pink champagne

1970s, guy bourdin, Hair and make-up, Inspirational Images, Make-up, Marcel Fenez, Vogue
Now look for evening, mood glamorous, and the colour to watch is rose. Make-up by Heidi Morawetz with Max Factor Truly Fair Whipped Creme Make-up and Natural Rose Face Powder (blended down the neck for an even skin tone); Frosted Dusky Rose Brush-On Blusher on eyelids (with Pink Pearl Shadow Creme along inner corners) and down the cheekbones; Brownish-Black Comb-On Mascara and the dazzle of new Poppy Frost Whipped Creme Lipstick. Hair curled and waved by Guillaume of Mod’s Hair, Paris. Cigar brown dress, in Hurel jersey, Roland Klein at Marcel Fenez, about £42, from Harrods; sizes, colours, other shops, see Stockists. Champagne: Moet et Chandon Dry Imperial Rose, Vintage 1966.

Photographed by Guy Bourdin.

Scanned from Vogue, September 15th 1973.

Thirties lips are Here’n Now

19 magazine, 1960s, Deco Inspired, Hair and make-up, hand tinting, Lentheric, Make-up, Vintage Adverts
Lentheric cosmetics advert
“Only Lentheric have it. Here ‘n Now Red. The today way of saying the Thirties. Memorably.”

Scanned from 19 Magazine, August 1968.

Discerning Palette

1980s, Ally Capellino, Hair and make-up, harpers and queen, Inspirational Images, leonard, Make-up, Sandra Lousada, Sophie Ward, yves saint laurent

Put aside everything you’ve ever been taught about make-up. Look at colour afresh, not as a consumer of cosmetics but as a painter might.

Oatmeal cotton smock by Ally Capellino, from all branches of Whistles. Straw hat by Extras from Hobbs. Palette and brushes from a selection at George Rowney.

Make-up by Ariane using colours from Yves Saint Laurent’s L’Eté Bleu collection.

Hair by Leonard.

Modelled by Sophie Ward.

Photographed by Sandra Lousada.

Scanned from Harpers and Queen, June 1983.