By Derek C.
Looking Like a 1950s Girl¬†
Have you ever thought what it takes to be a “groomed” and “sultiry” 1950‘s girl?
¬†Screen stars from a former period dependably looked unfathomably dressed and charming.
However, as an as of late uncovered 1937 film shows, set hair, a smooth composition and a full face of flawless make-up took a considerable measure of work.
Hollywood performer Constance Bennett, 33, presents the five-moment cut which reports her lengthy morning schedule, which incorporates extravagant air pocket shower, four creams, a face cover – and the assistance of a women’s house keeper.
The performer and mother to a junior child starts with a purging cream.
She then applies a fortifying cream to her ‘clean base’ and leaves the mixture on for a couple of minutes ‘to begin the stimulation transform’.
Constance says that this is key when applying creams to the face, in the same way that a toothbrush fortifies gums and hairbrush reinforces hair.
She then applies an appearance veil for ‘profound dissemination’, which she says one must leave on while in the shower – or while making breakfast, for the individuals who washed the prior night.
The accompanying venture in her long custom is provision of a ‘shine base’. Next comes cream rouge, then powder for a mattifying impact – yet she just applies a little as she ‘enjoys a sheen’.