Off the top of my head:
- Coty Airspun loose powder, 1920s/1930s
- Tangee lipstick, 1920s
- Tabu lipstick, 1950s
- Cover Girl liquid foundation & loose powder, 1960s
I want to say that the cheap little red Maybelline eyebrow pencil is vintage, but I can't honestly remember or find basis for that right now.
As others have said, Revlon still sells many of their vintage colors, including Cherries in the Snow and Fire & Ice.
Not exactly true makeup, but a few others:
- Queen Helene mint julep mask, 1930s
- Coty Emeraude perfume, 1920s
- Guerlain Shalimar & Mitsouko perfumes, 1920s
- Yardley English Lavender soap
- Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream, 1930s
- Pears soap
- Chanel No. 5 perfume, 1920s
- Lustre Creme shampoo
- Mason Pearson brushes
Here's a 1964 Cover Girl ad. Apparently the famous Noxzema fragrance was a selling point for the products, and they originally only made 6 face productsd. I had no idea!