https://vintagemakeupguide.com/ The makeup master himself - Max Factor gives young actress stand-in Pluma Noisom the Claudette Colbert look. A rare #vintagemakeup film from the golden age of Hollywood. Footage: Glamour Daze Personal Collection
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https://glamourdaze.com/ A rare film of Annette Hanshaw now in the Public domain.Hugely popular jazz singer during the late 1920's and early 1930's. She was one of those women who was beautiful by just being herself. A very cool lady who epitomises the age of glamour perfectly. There has been recently revived interest in Annette with the animated film Sita sings the Blues, which features performances by Hanshaw.
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https://glamourdaze.com/ World War Two Women - Rosie the Riveter. This beautiful film not only showcases that 1940's women could do everything men do, but they also made it look good ! Lots of ideas featured here for vintage hairstlye fans aswell. Rosie the Riveter has become a real cultural icon of the United States, Norman Rockwells recruitment poster unashamedly copying from soviet posters of the same period. American women who were not in the military turned up in their millions to do their bit for the war effort. Many worked in the manufacturing plants that produced munitions and war supplies. Footage: Fedflix ( National Archives and Records Administration public archive)
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http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ and http://glamourdaze.com/2009/08/1940s-fashion-womens-dress-code.html Part two of the classic Vintage 1940's Makeup Tutorial Film courtesy of the Prelinger Archive. Enjoy !
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http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ and http://glamourdaze.com/ In lush 1937 cine-color , the beautiful and glamorous Constance Bennett takes us though her typically lavish [ for a Hollywood Starlet ] daily beauty routine, complete with attending house maid ! Produced for the Educational Films Corporation of America by none other than Hal Roach, who is better remembered for his work with Laurel & Hardy. This work is in the public domain.
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Quite a good 1940's beauty routine, covering skin care, cleansing, plucking eyebrows, the best way to shave legs. Nail care and finally an in depth look at hair care and the correct way to brush your hair. The fact that it's narrated by a man will no doubt raise some hackles, but that was the 1940's.
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http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ and http://glamourdaze.com/ Buy Besame Cosmetics Vintage Makeup: http://www.besamecosmetics.com/home.cfm The third part of this wonderful vintage makeup tutorial film from the 1940's. Enjoy. Courtesy of the Prelinger Archive.
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http://glamourdaze.com/2009/08/1940s-fashion-womens-dress-code.html and http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ Another vintage film clip of 1940's Fashion instruction from Miss Ratherly Stern How to be well dressed on a tight budget! Features some beautiful 1940s beauty looks and styles. Courtesy of prelinger Archive.
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https://vintagemakeupguide.com/ A rare vintage makeup and beauty tutorial film circa 1946 presented by a Ponds beauty consultant Miss Ratherly Stern. ( ok that's our name for her ) We uploaded this popular film in sections about 5 years ago. Here it is now available worldwide in all its glory . For educational use only: Published in association with AV Geeks.com
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http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ and http://glamourdaze.com/2009/08/1940s-fashion-womens-dress-code.html Vintage Fashion Film archive.A 1940's Makeup Film - Face contouring / Lipstick and Hairlines Archive Tutorial Film presented by Miss Ratherly Stern. The ideal facial contour is supposed to be the oval. But some of us have round faces,square faces or long faces. What can we do to make our faces appear more oval ? 1.Round Faces: Don't wear too high a neck line. It shortens the neck and increases the effect of roundness! Hair well off the forehead and flat against the temple ! Thin lipsticks, correctly applied to follow the natural mouthline ! A V neck completes the picture and gives the impression of a little more neck length to give the impression of an oval face! 2.Square Faces: Keep away from haircuts that hang in vertical lines near the side of the face and jawline in.This over empasisies the squareness of the jaw.Avoid straight horizontal lines near the face - like thin lips / round or high horizontal necks. Fill out the lower lip with your lipstick. Hair should fall in curves around the jawline. Wear a V neck line to pull the attention down from jaw. Pure logic when you think about it. 3.The Long / Narrow Face. Don't wear V necks - This adds to the impression of length. Avoid Piled up high hair on top of head as this also adds to the length of the face. Hair should be off the top if the head and fluffed out at the sides to give the thin face added width.Finally a high neck line or choke distracts from the long neck ! Voila ! copyright-April2010 Glamourdaze A wonderful vintage makeup tutorial from the 1940's. Enjoy ! Courtesy of the Prelinger Archive!
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http://glamourdaze.com/ and http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ Vintage Fashion and beauty film. The sultry secretary style and makeup looks that Mad Men's Joan Holloway epitomizes is showcased in this original archive film from the 1950's . The whole film glows with that peaches and cream hue of the 1950's. These women would still turn heads today. We see women touching up their makeup, nails, hair and stockings in the powder room at the office.This could be straight out of an episode of Mad Men.Is that Peggy Olsen lighting a cigarette ?. Priceless and charming fashion film. Footage and music courtesy of Prelinger Public Domain Archive
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A young 1940's woman's daily routine. What clothes to choose for school. What makeup and hairstyles. How to dress for going on a date. Evening beauty rituals. A treat for all 1940's fashion enthusiasts. Visit: https://glamourdaze.com/ Footage: Prelinger Archive
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http://glamourdaze.com/ and http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ A charming vintage fashion from the late 1940s featuring a woman in her boudoir dressing for a night out. Courtesy of The Prelinger Archive. http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger
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andhttp://glamourdaze.com/ http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ An archive film exploring the mysteries of a 1950's woman's beauty salon, and though still run by men - it was the 1950's after all - there is a noticable absense of the usual patronising narrator in this film compared to many of the beauty instruction films of that era. A pleasing glimpse at womens makeup,hairstyles and fashion of the late 1950's in the USA. Courtesy of the Prelinger Archive
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https://glamourdaze.com/2009/08/1940s-fashion-womens-dress-code.html and http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ Vintage Women's Hairstyle newsreel from the Internet Archive featuring Veronica Lake doing her national duty by tying up her famous locks for the war effort. Good filmed examples of typical 1940's hairstyles. Source: United States. Office of War Information Public Archive
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In full color from 1942 - a college fashion showcase film made by Butterick to promote their war era dress patterns magazine. Some beautiful 1940's dresses, skirts, blouses and coats featured. Original footage courtesy of the Rick Prelinger archive. Read the concise history of 1940's Fashion: https://glamourdaze.com/history-of-womens-fashion/1940-to-1949
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https://glamourdaze.com/category/1930s-fashion A beautiful rare archive fashion footage in two strip color from 1930 featuring the latest Paris and Chanel inspired designs in women's clothing. Originally broadcast in movie theaters by the Fashion Features Studio in a series of newsreel commercials through the late 1920s and on into the 1930's. Priceless. Footage: Glamourdaze personal Collection
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https://glamourdaze.com/category/1940s-fashion An extraordinary film, made during the blitz by cinematographer Jack Cardiff ( director of photography on Powell & Pressburger films The Red Shoes, A Matter of Life and Death and more). The list of designers who contributed to the outfits seen in the film includes Edward Molyneux, Norman Hartnell (then Dressmaker to the Queen), Victor Stiebel, Charles Creed, Digby-Morton, Worth, and Peter Russell and Paquin. Many thanks to the British Council for making these features available for Creative Commons use.
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Educational Use Only - Lovely early 1950s makeup tutorial film shot in lush Kodachrome color, was distributed across America to girls schools and women's groups. Visit https://vintagemakeupguide.com/ for original vintage makeup books to download direct to your device. Soundtrack : Glamour Daze.com | Original Footage: National Film Preservation Foundation.
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A vintage 1960's beauty routine for women in the WACs. A young army girl gets the full lowdown on correct 1960's makeup and hairstyles. Skin care, cleansing, and shaving legs so her stockings look neater. In the Women's Army Corp of the 1960's, it was still considered important for women to remain feminine. So no short cropped hair for this young Wac girl. This film was made by the Army Pictorial Service. Visit Glamour Daze for more 1960's fashion related history: https://glamourdaze.com
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A woman's 1940's fashion guide to being glamorous by Ponds beauty expert Mary Stuyvesant aka Miss Ratherly Stern. Learn first hand from a women's etiquette expert, how to possess the glamour, poise and charm of a fashionable girl from the 1940's. Quote of the film "A little touch of seasoning that makes a dish just right." Visit: https://glamourdaze.com/history-of-womens-fashion/1940-to-1949
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1940's Fashion - Evening Dresses. This film displays some lovely evening dress examples and beauty looks of the 1940's. We see a waltz time skirt with black lace inserts. " Look at the spunky shoulders ! " " Jane has a new dress too, her skirt is made of layers and layers of pink and grey net ! The waistline is longer for evening too. All very pretty and gay.No skimping on fabrics this season. Gloria wears a stunning Carmen Miranda number, with bare midrif and bright sashes." Also featured are a dress of red and white Candy stripes, another with a long flowing cape." Martha wears a gaudy print dresses, topped by a yellow jacket, doesnt it fit like a dream, and just look at the hood ! You're all prepared for a romantic stroll down the beach.This is certainly a gala evening !" Courtesy Prelinger Archive. Read the concise history of 1940's Fashion: https://glamourdaze.com/history-of-womens-fashion/1940-to-1949
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http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ and http://glamourdaze.com/2009/08/1940s-fashion-womens-dress-code.html Vintage Fashion Film archive.A visual treat for vintage swimwear enthusiasts. This film is a beautiful visual archive of vintage women's swimsuits from the flapper days of the 1920s through to the late 1940s. Footage courtesy of the Internet Archive and Prelinger Archive.Music by Annette Hanshaw
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Pink Pop ! From 1968 a seriously chic avant-garde Japanese makeup commercial for the Shiseido Pink Pop range. Featuring the late supermodel and clothes designer Tina Chow. As model Twiggy had done for Yardley, Tina Chow became the face of Shiseido in the late 1960's and early 1970's. Born in 1950 in Ohio, USA, Bettina Louise Lutz moved to Japan in 1966 and married Michael Chow. She was known professionally as Tina Chow. A fashion world which up to that time had been centered on European Caucasian models, was captivated by Tina Chow's androgynous Eurasian style. Paris designers like Giorgio Armani and Yves Saint Laurent adored her. Known for her 1920's Eton crop and gamine style, she became a fashion icon and inventor of minimal chic according to Karl Lagerfeld. Having contracted HIV in the mid 1980's, she sadly lost her life from complications from Aids in 1992. For more on makeup of the 1960's visit: https://glamourdaze.com/history-of-makeup/1960s
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https://glamourdaze.com/ This vintage fashion film from the 1940s explores the ' scientific research ' conducted to improve the look of bespectacled women. Oddly informative and a lovely example of 1940s beauty and makeup looks. Published in association with Prelinger Archive
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https://glamourdaze.com/ Vintage Fashion Archive. A film history of the evolution of that iconic 1920's Fashion accessory - the Cloche Hat.The recent revival of 1920s hat fashions proves the importance of those 1920s fashion designers.The Cloche Hat became a defining image for women of that era. No self respecting Flapper was seen without one. To this day, it is an inspiring look that celebrates a unique age in vintage hat fashion.This film also showcases the accompanying 1920's women's hairstyles like bobbed hair. 1920's outfits and the flapper look was recently made popular by Angelina Jolie and the costumes seen in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire. Footage: Glamour Daze Personal Collection | Murray Glass Archive
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1940's makeup tutorial for girls who wear glasses. In 1940 Paramount studios makeup artist Eddie Senz demonstrates the correct glasses for your face type and and hairstyle. He believes that glasses, like hairdos can flatter the features. Just like mascara and lipstick, the lines of one's glasses can bring out your good features. In the past, Wearing glasses is the bane of every woman. But a girl can be glamorous in glasses, just as actress Dorothy Malone demonstrates in her famous cameo appearance with Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep.
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https://glamourdaze.com/ This archive film shows the creation of a Geisha hairstyle, ( or not apparently) and the dressing and arranging of her kimono robes. The apprentice geisha are called Maiko, and the film, an excerpt from James Fitzpatricks famous 1930s travelogues, purports to show a geisha being attended to by her okasans or sisters. ( In fact they are actors and the look is not apparently accurate at all) But it is still a gem.The heavy makeup was only applied to Maikos incidently, and when she became a mature geisha, she was not expected to wear as much, as she was now considered beautiful in her maturity. Footage: Glamourdaze Collection
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https://vintagemakeupguide.com/ and http://www.baimfilms.com/ Vintage Fashion Film archive.A rare 1960's Make-up Tutorial courtesy of Richard Jeffs of The Harold Baim Collection. A clip from the 1960s Beauty film Girls Girls Girls - directed by none other than Michael winner. See also http://glamourdaze.com/
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https://glamourdaze.com/ From the archive vaults of Prelinger, comes another gem from Crest Cedar College in Pennsylvania 1954. A rare glimpse into college fashions of the 1950s . Cedar Crest College is a private liberal arts women's college in Allentown, Pennsylvania
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http://glamourdaze.com/2009/08/1940s-fashion-womens-dress-code.html and http://vintagemakeupguide.com/ Margaret and Helen in deep discussion as to what they will wear out to the big dance. This little film is another fine example of 1940's fashion styles. original footage courtesy of Prelinger archive.
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https://glamourdaze.com/ The Artist - A tribute to the real silent screen divas. A film tribute to the original Hollywood actresses who spellbound the world with their beauty and talent. We no doubt have left some names out - but for what it's worth, this is our list. Included in this film. Joan Crawford, Clara Bow, Louise Brooks,Greta Garbo, Gloria Swanson,Colleen Moore,Marion Davies, Anita Page,Olive Thomas,Pola Negri,Norma Shearer, Mary Pickford,Norma Talmadge, Betty Compson,Myrna Loy, Dorothy Sebastian, Anna May Wong. Music By by Alesandra Celletti. Album - Esoterik Satie http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/esoterik-satie/id47626779
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https://glamourdaze.com/ Young 1940's woman gets ready for a night out. Features 1940's hairstyles and vintage fashion, and a little stardust. Original archive footage and live radio music broadcast courtesy Prelinger Public Domain Archive
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By request, the hairstyle tutorial from our popular Vintage 1946 Beauty Tutorial. Learn the proper hairdo for your face type. These tips still apply today https://glamourdaze.com/
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https://glamourdaze.com Vintage Fashion Archive. An interesting archive film exploring the dressing of 1960's mannequins in a Sears store. It makes for a pleasant insight into the typical fashionable wardrobe of an early 1960's woman. Footage: Glamour Daze Personal Collection
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https://glamourdaze.com/women-in-uniform-in-world-war-two A group of army and navy nurses get some pampering after being released from a POW camp in the Philippines in 1945. Footage: US Dept of Defense| National Archives and Records Administration
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From 1946, Ponds beauty consultant Mary Stuyvesant ( better known to our loyal viewers as Miss Ratherly Stern) dishes out some 1940's glamour tips to some of her students. In this film, she advises on how to be glamorous with some simple steps. A feminine posture. How to be well dressed. Clean your collars regularly. Never go out without that final dress check up. See that the hemline is even, the slip where it belongs, the stocking seams straight. A quick final hair brush across the shoulders to see that there are no loose hairs or dandruff, and you're ready to face the outside world. You can walk out the door exuding glamour, poise and charm. Mary appeared regularly on American TV in the 1940's and is the earliest known television beauty guru known to us.This is the precursor to our popular Vintage 1940's Makeup Tutorial film also presented by Miss Stuyvesant.The links are in the film and at the end. As well as this color film, which was seen in schools across America, Miss Stuyvesant presented possibly the first beauty programs on American television for women in the early 1940's on WRGB. Aimed at the younger 1940's woman, her lessons included makeup appropriate for teenagers and tips on how to apply lipstick, face makeup and eye makeup. Also demonstrations for the correct hairstyles and makeup for face shape.Correct posture and carefully applied make-up to highlight a girls best features. For more on 1940's makeup and fashion visit our website: https://glamourdaze.com
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http://glamourdaze.com/ Stunning colour fashion feature from 1928 - discovered by film archivist Murray Glass and published with kind permission. The image of the flapper had given way to much more sophisticated styles in women's dresses and hats, including the famous cloche hat, made popular in recent years by Angelina Jolie. Features lovely examples if women's beauty looks from the 1920s. Women featured are Corliss Palmer,Rachel Torres,Laura la Plante and Ruth Elder. Music by Annette Hanshaw
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1960's film depicting the fashion and gender roles for women. It's more than a little dated but the styles are lovely and it's quite quirky in its own inevitably sexist way. Typical styles of the mid 1960's are seen from mini dresses, to smart shift dresses, suits and swimwear. The Sixties brought about a time of transition, change, and much confusion. Certainly for men, who did not enjoy relinquishing their control on society. The feminist goals of the Sixties radicalized and politicized more and more women as the decade progressed. By the end of the 60's, nearly 80% of American women were using the contraception pill. Many feminist trends in both fashion and culture took hold and have advanced, to some extent since. For more 1960's Fashion, subscribe to Glamour Daze and visit : https://glamourdaze.com
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