An enchanting illustration from a 1933 Maybelline ad.

A Maybelline ad. So mysterious. A far cry from the photoshopped full-on close-ups of today, n’est-ce pas?

1960's fashion

1960's fashion

Dry Rouge c1935

Ad for Savage Rouge, “…refusing to yield,. - Ad for Savage Rouge, “…refusing to yield, even to the savage caresses its tempting smoothness and pulse-quickening color might easily invite.

Max Factor - 1970 Her head looks like it's not attached to her body!

Max Factor - 1970 Her head looks like it's not attached to her body!

1979 Cosmetics Ad, Maybelline Smokey Eye Color Styler-Pencils, with Pretty Brunette Model (Possibly Sela Ward)

Changing times: Maybelline introduced eight smokey shades of its eye color styler-pencils in 1979 (pictured), while the brand started promoting its flirty roll-on lip gloss in 1981

Revlon ad for "Cherry Cola" lipstick, 1950s

Revlon vintage makeup advertisement, this is so cool! I love vintage artwork like this!

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