The Great Gatsby Inspired Lip Tutorial. Need this for 1920s dance

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Alberta Ferretti Dark Purple Tulle Sleeveless Sequin And Bead Embellished Scoop Neck Dress. Part of Women Fashion : Tulle with Sleeveless and Layered Skirt from Alberta Ferretti on January 2011 @ Article, Purple Color, Tulle Skirt, Neckline, High

1920's was a dramatic time in the fashion industry. Women were becoming more and more independent. They were given the right to vote. They were starting to show more skin & drink in public.Then, the famous and controversial "flapper" dress was invented.

Flapper Style - In the a new woman was born. She smoked, drank, danced, and voted. She cut her hair, and wore make-up. She was giddy and took risks. She was a flapper.

Natalie Dormer. 1920s. #makeup

These days I occupy myself with frivolities. I serve the goddess of beauty, hoping she may grant me gifts. I work for dazzling skin, vibrant hair, good health.Halloween make-up for a burlesque costume

VintElegance: The VintElegance voice: 1920's Men's Fashion Trend inspired by Boardwalk Empire and Today

Forzieri (Brand Name) Italian Nucky Thompson Wingtips Handcrafted Two-tone Wingtip Oxford Shoes

Beauty is... classic pin-up Dita von Teese.

Not only is Dita Von Tesse my personal idol, she is a style beauty. Her hair is always immaculately presented, her make up is idyllically picture perfect. Beauty inside and out

obsessed with this 1920s look // photo by GideonPhoto.com

1920s Travel Inspired Shoot

Travel Inspired Shoot - hair, makeup, accessories, dress, oh the dress. all perfectly together my favourite style.

This is a picture of how women wore their make-up in the 1920s. Their make-up was very beautiful. It was modern style. The colors usually consisted of darker colors. Black, brown, tan and white.

Rückkehr nach Metropolis in Vogue Germany with Toni Garrn - - Fashion Editorial

Omigod look at the lip line!

In terms of make-up staples, dark lips and kohl-rimmed eyes stood out most. Lips that accentuate the Cupid's bow made a dramatic look, pairing with black eyeliner traced/smudged around the eyes.

1920s makeup and hair

"The dancer"Photo: Maja TopčagićModel/Makeup/Hair: Aida Đapo / Idda van MunsterCostumes by Hanin Maktub (Thanks ♥)© Angelica Photography 2013

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