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According to Screenland Magazine, delicately scented, shiny hair was all the rage in the 1930s. And it helped attract men.
Screenland advised against using eau de cologne because it could turn hair gray, and suggested dark-haired ladies could keep their mane shiny by using henna: "A drop of scent in the rinse-water at shampoo time will give it a lingering evasive aroma that makes strong men stronger in your favor."
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50 Important Historical Photos That Might Change Your Perspective On Things, As Shared By This Facebook Page
Ever since the invention of the camera in the early 1800s, photographers have documented everything, from wars and protest marches to scientific discoveries, and even space landings, allowing everyone to, in a way, "attend" these special events.
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Plus Vivian Leigh, Clark Gable, and Judy Garland.
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Images of retro makeup products we can't stop wishing for.
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Women were reminded often in propaganda during WWII that it was for the good of the war effort to stay beautiful.
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Teresa Graves - January 10, 1948-October 10, 2002 . American singer and actress who made history as being the first African American woman to star in her own television show ‘Get Christie Love!’. She...
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From the best foundations, contouring tips, powders and more, we've got you covered in the face makeup department.
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Beauty editor Mariechen Wilder Smith wrote the 'Beauty Schedule for Busy Young Wives', a weekly routine for ensuring women look their 'prettiest' by indulging in manicures, pedicures and facials.
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Lily Elsie was a popular English actress and singer during the Edwardian era, best known for her starring role in the hit London premiere of Franz Lehár's operetta The Merry Widow. Beginning as a child star in the 1890s, Elsie built her reputation in several successful Edwardian musical comedies before her great success in The Merry Widow, opening in 1907. Afterwards, she starred in several more successful operettas and musicals. Admired for her beauty and charm on stage, Elsie became one of…
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Check out these vintage lipsticks from the '60s that came in plum and peach colors, honey and mocha shades, sheer and creamy finishes.
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