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#1920s Bebe Daniels. 1920s hair and makeup #VintageGlam I was definitely born in the wrong era!!

American actress and singer BeBe Daniels wearing her hair in a marcel wave. This hairstyle rose to popularity in the and was comprised of a number of deep waves around the head.

Flapper Makeup | 1920's-Flapper-Makeup--Bebe-Daniels

A lavishly illustrated and concise history of Women's Makeup styles and cosmetics from the flapper days of the Roaring

Irene Delroy as Stella Mayfair

Irene Delroy (Bloomington, July 1900 - Ithaca, June was an American actress who, in the twenties, took part in numerous musical shows on Broadway. Born in Illinois in Irene Delroy opened on Broadway in 1920 in the musical frivolities of

A decorated hair beadeau. Are those tassels earrings?

The and Prohibition gave rise to the flapper girl and the speak easy and Jazz. The Roaring twenties culminated in the stock market crash of Oct 29 1929 named Black Friday.

This is a photo of Madge Bellamy. Madge's cupid bow lipstick was popular in the 20's. The shape the lipstick made resembled Cupid's bow. Her dark eye makeup is character to the 20's when the Egyptian revival occurred.

Madge Bellamy

The trend of cosmetics in the was dark eyes and defined lip. The cupid's bow lips gave the illusion of a heart shaped outline and the lipstick normally didn't cover the entire lip.

Harold Lloyd with Bebe Daniels

"Miss Daniels stepped from screen farce to screen drama so recently that the event is still being talked about. Miss Daniels was Harold Lloyd's charming foil in dozens of Pathe film comedies." -- Motion Picture Classic, April/May 1920

Clara Bow // what a betty I got to apply this look to a friend for class credit in high school. Best assignment EVER!

Madge Bellamy (June 1899 – January was an American stage and film actress who was a popular leading lady in the and early

littlehorrorshop: Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels...

Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels showing off their real-life dancing skills in the comedy short "Young Mr. Jazz," 1919 [Animated GIF - enlarge thumbnail to see animation.

"This photo of actress Raquel Torres was taken in the late 1920s or very early 30s.  Raquel was a Mexican born American actress who's first starring role was in MGM's White Shadows of the South Seas in 1928.  She was in several films in the late 20s and early 30s including Duck Soup with the Marx Brothers.  Raquel abruptly retired from acting in 1934 after marrying New York businessman Stephen Ames.  Torres died in 1987 at age 78." - Couture Allure

This photo of actress Raquel Torres was taken in the late or very early Isn't she beautiful?

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