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Hollywood Hair 1960 Which one of these famous 1960s hairdos suits you. Doris Day, Eve Marie Saint, Debbie Reynolds, Janet Leigh and Christine Carere Janet Leigh – Hollywood Hair Janet has one of the most casual, attractive hairdos in Hollywood today. Her hair is cut short in shaggy petals which she sets quickly and easily […]

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Simple Makeup Tutorial from 1960 Vintage 1960s makeup tips from Hollywood actress Sandra Dee. Her teacher at Universal is the great Bud Westmore. The secret says Sandra is to look natural Start with Nails So her hands look prettier and nails won’t split, Sandra Dee applies polish, in pale shades of pearl. Then she uses […]

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Designer Mary Quant still causes a stir From childhood memories of a ballet dancer in miniskirt and tights, to trying on a boys ribbed sweater, Mary Quant helped define the 1960s fashion era. The current Mary Quant retrospective being held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London reveals a gold mine for fashion lovers […]

The post The Wind Cries Mary Quant – V & A Retrospective was written by Glamourdaze and first appeared on Glamour Daze - Vintage Fashion Blog

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1940s summer coiffures to look cool in 1940s summer hairstyles to look and feel cool in, despite the thermometer’s evident ambition to take off for Mars. Designed by Joan Clair of Clairol Inc Don’t smother under a shoulder length mop just because you’re used to it. Snip it off, or do it up, or just […]

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Mary Stuyvesant – American Beauty Guru of the 1940’s Precious little is know about Mary Stuyvesant. But she is famous these days for her wonderful 1940’s makeup and hair tutorial films on the Glamour Daze YouTube channel. She was possibly the first high profile television beauty guru. Yet, until recently, she was all but forgotten […]

The post Mary Stuyvesant – 1940’s Television Beauty Guru was written by Glamourdaze and first appeared on Glamour Daze - Vintage Fashion Blog

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1930’s Summer Dresses 1931 Summer Dresses 1931. Hollywood stars Anita Page, Dorothy Jordan and Leila Hyams model the latest summer suits and swimwear Left: Anita Page makes a charming appearance in a one piece jersey dress of white, featuring a short sleeved bolero jacket of brown. The brown shade being carried out in the belt […]

The post Summer Dresses 1931 – 1930’s Fashion Report was written by Glamourdaze and first appeared on Glamour Daze - Vintage Fashion Blog

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Bobbed hair in the 1920’s was not all about drastic crops. Many women happily held on to their locks and achieved 1920’s bob quite easily as Glamourdaze’s Tia Semer demonstrates. 1920’s Hairstyles Faux Bob Tutorial This long 1920’s hair style is achieved by creating pin curls around the head. Essentially, a pin curl is a […]

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Hair Bangs. From the bobbed hair of the 1920’s, the bumper bangs of the 1940’s, to the pin up bangs and rockabilly hairstyles of today. What are Bangs? The term bangs originated from horse grooming, “Bangs”, coming from “bang tail”. In the USA, the description of hair being cut “bang off”, in to a fringe, […]

The post Hair Bangs – Vintage 1940’s Hairstyle Tutorials was written by Glamourdaze and first appeared on Glamour Daze - Vintage Fashion Blog

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Skirts Drop with the Index in 1930 Women’s Fashion of the 1930’s was inevitably influenced by the Wall Street Crash of October 24, 1929 and subsequent Great Depression. The Autumn, 1930 Sears Catalog admonished, “Thrift is the spirit of the day. Reckless spending is a thing of the past.” The beginning of the decade saw […]

The post Recession Fashion – 1930’s Dresses Take a Dive was written by Glamourdaze and first appeared on Glamour Daze - Vintage Fashion Blog

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How to do Victory Rolls Victory rolls – one of the most copied pinup hair dos of the 1940’s. Waves, pin curls, bangs, pompadours, the 1940’s was all about up dos ! Who Invented Victory Rolls ? No one. Hair rolls of all kinds were a la mode in 1940, before the US went to […]

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