n the 1950s, contrasting to the 40's, pale skin was back again. Unlike the 1940s, when a dab of powder was all that was available or affordable for a woman, now every day began with a foundation base, a mask like complexion – a blank canvas. The skin should look soft and tactile with pretty pink blush and a very subtle cat eye. 
For the modern look, keep foundation looking natural and flawless, adding the much loved subtle liner on the 50s, enhancing the lashline with just a touch of rosy blush brushed over the cheeks. 
The eye look of the 1950s was essentially minimal, with little eyeshadow applied, however that signature soft but definite liner was applied along the upper lash.


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Monday, 24 March 2014


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