Va-Voom Vintage: 1940's Beauty: The Best Colors for Your Type
While we tend to think of mid-century nails as being predominately red (and indeed many were), there was also a bounty of different polish hues available at time, such as those like Black Lustre and Blue Dragon, which are shown in this wonderful vintage ad. 1940S Beauti, Polish Ad, Nailpolish, Nail Polish Colors, 1940S Nails, 1940S Makeup, Vintag Nail, Shade, Vintag Makeup
The wedding gown worn in 1774 by Princess Edwige Elizabeth Charlotte Holstein-Gottorp, who would become Queen of Sweden. Church aisles must have been wider back in those days!
The coronation lipstick: Evron by Paul Duval. 1953. To mark Queen Elizabeth II coronation in 1953
"Most women lead double lives these day...PERSONALITY ONE is the busy war worker with nails never shockingly long, but flawlessly groomed...PERSONALITY TWO appears as the lovely companion to her man...Revlon salutes the women of America" 1942 Ad WWII Personality One Two Revlon Lipstick Polish
Found in Mom's Basement: Advertising from the 1950s
Red lipstick ads through the years From the 1950s