Ever since I read this post revealing the Old Hollywood beauty tips I wanted to investigate further and bring your the secrets tricks of the stars.
Some are as simple but time consuming and others will have you shopping beauty products at the grocery store…
1. She said for lovely eyes, seek out the good in people.
The secret to Hepburn’s long, Bambi lashes? After applying mascara, she’d use a pin to separate each individual lash. Now that’s how you get clump-free lashes.
2. For beautiful hair, let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day.
3. For attractive lips, speak words of kindness and …
add a little highlighter to your Cupid’s bow to make your lips appear larger. Audrey always favoured matte lipsticks for a classier look.
4. Radiant Skin
Audrey’s beautifully clear and oh so radiant skin even though undeniably largely down to genetics she would have a steam facial twice a week.
Before shampooing your hair, simply stand over a bowl of boiling water with a towel over your head to trap the vapour for 2 minutes. The steam will enhance your circulation, loosen the dirt in your pores and remove toxins from the skin, too. Gives your skin a detox before applying your cream.
Carole Lombard says with a demure smile : “Nothing on earth can give a woman confidence and that grand inner happiness like a little exterior decoration!” nothing except love of course!” she adds with laughter.
If you have a slightly curved nose before you put on your makeup, draw a thin white line to make it look straighter.
Carole Lombard lists looks like an ideal travel list to me:
1. The three creams – cleansing, moisturising, foundation
2. Skin freshener
3.Two lipsticks – one for day wear and a bright red one for night.
4.Two rouge compacts – one for day and a more vivid one for night.
5.Two boxes of powder – one for day and one for night.
6.Make-up blender for arms and shoulders.
7. Eye shadow
8. Eyebrow pencil
9. Eyelash mascara
Get radiant skin with the Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream. Famed for its ability to instantly rehydrate dull skin.
Grace Kelly’s minimalist chic has earned her a reputation for being one of the most classic beauties of all time. She chose neutral shades that subtly enhanced her natural features.
The Princess of Monaco invented contouring, not Kim Kardashian. She used blush to define her cheekbones, with one shade for underneath her cheekbones, and a slightly darker shade dusted on the apples.
Full lips have always been a coveted beauty trait! Vivien Leigh to compensate her thin bottom lip, she used liner to to draw outside her natural lip, giving the illusion of a larger pout.
Get the look with A-list makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Lip Liner – Pillow Talk, lasts seven hours and is water proof.
Hayworth’s signature wavy red hair secret will get to you to the kitchen. She applied oil to her hair after every wash, wrapping it in a towel, and leaving it in for 15 minutes. Afterwards, she’d wash it out with hot water and lemon juice to remove any leftover residue.
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