While makeup vloggers and video tutorials may seem like a thoroughly modern fad, turns out our grandmothers were on this way before we were — we stumbled across this vintage makeup video from the '30s and it paints quite the picture of what it was like to be a fashionable woman back in the day. For instance, there was a lot of geometry involved with makeup application back then, to the point of drawing shapes and lines on the face, not to mention the giant protractor-like tool used to measure the face — that thing looks dangerous! Apparently these types of tutorials were pretty popular in the '30s, which has us wondering — were the crayon and compass-like devices used only by the pros, or did every girl mark up her face like a graph page for geometry class? We're just happy makeup application has evolved since then — can you imagine doing this every morning?
We always think of makeup as art, but this new video from Givenchy blew us away. Always innovative makeup artist Pat McGrath created these looks for the Fall Winter 2015 men’s show, and we can't stop watching this super cool video. read
My first foray into the world of makeup was when I was a pre-teen shopping at CVS with my grandmother. Self-conscious about my acne, I convinced her to buy me some foundation. I left the drugstore excited, expecting a brand-new, flawless face. Instead, I was disappointed to end up with my usual pimply skin, but with an read