15 70s beauty Editorial ideas

Marisa Berenson photographed by Gian Paolo Barbieri for a Beauty Editorial in Vogue US, 1969

Marisa Berenson photographed by Gian Paolo Barbieri for a Beauty Editorial in Vogue US, 1969 #vintagefashion Explore skorver1’s photos on Flickr. skorver1 has uploaded 49442 photos to Flickr.



Vintage Christmas Beauty Editorial- Bows, Glitter, Metallic, Holiday Makeup, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s

Vintage Christmas Beauty Editorial- Bows, Glitter, Metallic, Holiday Makeup, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s Photographer: Jamie Nelson Hair: Rob Talt



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Vintage Christmas Beauty Editorial- Bows, Glitter, Metallic, Holiday Makeup, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s Photographer: Jamie Nelson Hair: Rob Talt



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Jac Jagaciak Has Flower Power in Vogue Taiwan Beauty

Appearing in the March 2017 issue of Vogue Taiwan, leading model Jac Jagaciak has serious flower power. The Polish beauty poses for Zoey Grossman in 70’s inspired beauty looks featuring voluminous waves and accessories with





Four Bold ’70s Makeup Looks That Bring The Disco Glam

benjamin-puckey-kristine-froseth-70s-beauty-28 Bright blush and even brighter eyeshadow applied with a soft hand makes ’70s makeup more dreamy than you’re used to seeing thanks to Benjamin Puckey.



Макияж 70-х годов

На этот Новый год мне захотелось примерить стиль 70-х годов в честь одного из любимых сериалов Life on Mars. В связи с этим провела исследование модных тенденций в макияже того времени, которыми хочу поделиться с теми, кому понравится такая новогодняя идея, или для просто интересующихся историей



Snow Dollkinson Poses in Eye-Catching Beauty for L’Officiel Australia

Snow Dollkinson takes the spotlight in Quintin & Ron’s spread for L’Officiel Australia’s July 2020 issue. The model stars in a beauty editorial focusing on high-shine makeup. Styled by Steven Lassalle, Snow wears statement earrings





Holographic Stick

What it is: A bestselling, holographic, cream highlighter stick packed with meteorite powder for a prismatic glow on cheeks, lips, and eyes.What it does: Light up your cheekbones, lips, and eyelids with this multiuse, holographic, cream highlighter stick. Made with meteorite powder and twilight pearls, as well as hydrating mango butter, coconut oil, and avocado oil, this super-blendable, velvety highlighter imparts an otherworldly glow that simultaneously nourishes skin. The smooth formula is buildable, so you can layer it on to increase your galactic vibes. Supernova (holographic lavender), Mars (holographic golden peach), and new Stardust (holographic pink) shades can be applied on their own or layered together to illuminate cheekbones. They can also be used to add holographic dimension on the lips, eyelids, and body for all skin tones. Milk Melt Technology helps the formula melt into skin upon contact and blend seamlessly. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- PhthalatesWhat else you need to know: Holographic Highlighter Stick is cruelty-free, paraben-free, vegan, and talc-free.Milk Makeup believes you should have good ingredients, plus epic payoff, because compromise is cool, but not in your beauty routine. They care about what they put in their formulas just as much as what they leave outthey’re cruelty-free, paraben-free, and 100-percent vegan. It’s clean, cool beauty.Born in Milk Studios, a creative photo studio in NY and LA, Milk Makeup’s community is their inspiration, and they celebrate beauty for everyone. From fresh-face to full-face, it’s not about how you create your lookit’s what you do in it that matters. Milk Makeup means no rules.Beauty Tip: Take your Holographic Stick to new heights by applying it to your hair for galactic highlights.Clean at SephoraClean at Sephora is formulated without a list of over 50 ingredients, including sulfates (SLS and SLES), parabens, phthalates, and more. For the full list, check out the Ingredients tab.



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What it is: A bestselling, holographic, cream highlighter stick packed with meteorite powder for a prismatic glow on cheeks, lips, and eyes.What it does: Light up your cheekbones, lips, and eyelids with this multiuse, holographic, cream highlighter stick. Made with meteorite powder and twilight pearls, as well as hydrating mango butter, coconut oil, and avocado oil, this super-blendable, velvety highlighter imparts an otherworldly glow that simultaneously nourishes skin. The smooth formula is buildable, so you can layer it on to increase your galactic vibes. Supernova (holographic lavender), Mars (holographic golden peach), and new Stardust (holographic pink) shades can be applied on their own or layered together to illuminate cheekbones. They can also be used to add holographic dimension on the lips, eyelids, and body for all skin tones. Milk Melt Technology helps the formula melt into skin upon contact and blend seamlessly. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- PhthalatesWhat else you need to know: Holographic Highlighter Stick is cruelty-free, paraben-free, vegan, and talc-free.Milk Makeup believes you should have good ingredients, plus epic payoff, because compromise is cool, but not in your beauty routine. They care about what they put in their formulas just as much as what they leave outthey’re cruelty-free, paraben-free, and 100-percent vegan. It’s clean, cool beauty.Born in Milk Studios, a creative photo studio in NY and LA, Milk Makeup’s community is their inspiration, and they celebrate beauty for everyone. From fresh-face to full-face, it’s not about how you create your lookit’s what you do in it that matters. Milk Makeup means no rules.Beauty Tip: Take your Holographic Stick to new heights by applying it to your hair for galactic highlights.Clean at SephoraClean at Sephora is formulated without a list of over 50 ingredients, including sulfates (SLS and SLES), parabens, phthalates, and more. For the full list, check out the Ingredients tab.



BIG EARRINGS!

What it is: A bestselling, holographic, cream highlighter stick packed with meteorite powder for a prismatic glow on cheeks, lips, and eyes.What it does: Light up your cheekbones, lips, and eyelids with this multiuse, holographic, cream highlighter stick. Made with meteorite powder and twilight pearls, as well as hydrating mango butter, coconut oil, and avocado oil, this super-blendable, velvety highlighter imparts an otherworldly glow that simultaneously nourishes skin. The smooth formula is buildable, so you can layer it on to increase your galactic vibes. Supernova (holographic lavender), Mars (holographic golden peach), and new Stardust (holographic pink) shades can be applied on their own or layered together to illuminate cheekbones. They can also be used to add holographic dimension on the lips, eyelids, and body for all skin tones. Milk Melt Technology helps the formula melt into skin upon contact and blend seamlessly. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- PhthalatesWhat else you need to know: Holographic Highlighter Stick is cruelty-free, paraben-free, vegan, and talc-free.Milk Makeup believes you should have good ingredients, plus epic payoff, because compromise is cool, but not in your beauty routine. They care about what they put in their formulas just as much as what they leave outthey’re cruelty-free, paraben-free, and 100-percent vegan. It’s clean, cool beauty.Born in Milk Studios, a creative photo studio in NY and LA, Milk Makeup’s community is their inspiration, and they celebrate beauty for everyone. From fresh-face to full-face, it’s not about how you create your lookit’s what you do in it that matters. Milk Makeup means no rules.Beauty Tip: Take your Holographic Stick to new heights by applying it to your hair for galactic highlights.Clean at SephoraClean at Sephora is formulated without a list of over 50 ingredients, including sulfates (SLS and SLES), parabens, phthalates, and more. For the full list, check out the Ingredients tab.





Vogue Italia Back Issue Dicembre 2015 (Digital)

Moda, beauty, cultura. E poi viaggi, design, architettura, cinema. E ancora personaggi, eventi, news e curiosità. Il mondo di VOGUE Italia. Internazionale ed esclusivo. E insieme a VOGUE Italia potrà apprezzare anche i suoi splendidi supplementi. Moda, beauty, cultura. E poi viaggi, design, architettura, cinema. E ancora personaggi, eventi, news e curiosità. Il mondo di VOGUE Italia. Internazionale ed esclusivo. E insieme a VOGUE Italia potrà apprezzare anche i suoi splendidi supplementi.



New Wave Bowie Creative Glitter Makeup with model Caitlin Lawson- Mirror Fashion Beauty Editorial Macro

New Wave Bowie Creative Glitter Makeup with model Caitlin Lawson- Mirror Fashion Beauty Editorial Macro Photographer: Jamie Nelson Model: Caitlin



Hot Child In The City, Dior Beauty From Hunger Issue 11

Hot Child In The City, Dior Beauty From Hunger Issue 11