I remember her from the 1960's. I thought she was utterly "fab". That reminded me of other '60's type stuff.
Like Yardley Cosmetics. ( Anything remotely Bristish was so much better than the U.S. stuff, or so we thought.) Yardley reminded me of Jean Shrimpton. I loved her. I think she and Twiggy were the first of the model celebrities.
The 1960's cosmetics were all about the eyes with little or no lip color. I had a girlfriend that used the concealer in a tube for lipstick to wipe out her lips entirely.
I tried false eyelashes. I shouldn't have. Mine kept popping up on one corner or the other. I never did get the hang of it.
This stuff I used by the gallon. Then we learned later, from a dermatologist, that is is horrible for your skin. Every night I washed my makeup off with Noxema and piled on Clearasil to that one pimple that was sure to ruin my life, the next morning.
My foundation makeup was Cover Girl. For some reason this stuff was not kind to me. By the end of the day it turned orange on my skin and looked ridiculous. I was not Cheryl Tiegs. That was not a good look for me. I think I switched to Avon then, when I was ordering my Sweet Honesty or Soft Musk, to go along with my all time favorite Ambush by Dana.
The other trend I followed was the white/silver pearl nail polish. I know I wore this all 4 years of high school.
Does anyone else have any style memories from their teen years?