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Is it wet? No... its a gunmetal crystalized effect. Photo:Peter Wodarczyk, Makeup: Daniel Bayu, model: Marlena

The Flapper Makeup Look: Red lipstick was all the rage back in the 1920s, a time when ladies might have said of this tutorial, “It’s the bee’s knees.” Tutorial.

Classic and Simple Smokey Eye: Neutral cream base for lid and brow bone. Gray for crease, be sure to blend well. Add second darker gray or black to add depth to crease, again blend well. Line the eye with a black liquid or pot liner. Finish with a dusting of highlighter and line inner rims with a white pencil. This look has some glitter thrown in as well. Fin!

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Extravagant !!! Beading on the face might not make it through a night of galavanting about town, but certainly worth the bother for a photo-shoot.

1920s Circus Makeup ...wish I could wear my makeup like that all the time