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Discussion in 'Beauty' started by Lady Day, May 6, 2007.

  1. Tomasso

    Tomasso Incurably Addicted

  2. tammylynn70

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    Sorry again, still trying to navigate this posting stuff...we'll see if this does better...
    I changed all the privacy settings to public, but just in case, I'll post a couple at a time:
    [​IMG]Great yellow shoes from the 30's
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    oxford by tammy_lynn1970, on Flickr
    sorry for the graininess on this one, my scanner didn't do such a hot job with this pic
     
  3. tammylynn70

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    [​IMG]Disco madness? No! Platforms from the 30's made for Judy Garland
    [​IMG]lovely pink shoes from a Paris bottier
     
  4. tammylynn70

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    Carmen Miranda - apparently she was five foot nothing and really needed all those platforms!
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  6. tammylynn70

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    [​IMG]Marilyn LOVED Ferragamo heels.
    [​IMG]Charles Jourdan. Wonder if models had to be double jointed too, this pose looks super uncomfortable.
     
  7. tammylynn70

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    New Look heels
     
  8. tammylynn70

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    I'm throwing in 1970's Vivienne Westwood in here just for grins, you have to love her cheekiness!
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  9. I have always loved that Carmen Miranda picture.
     
  10. Annichen

    Annichen Familiar Face

    I am selling my 1940s Hairstyles book by Daniela Turudich for $70 in the classifieds.
    My hair is just too long..down to my knees :/
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2010
  11. ferula98

    ferula98 New in Town

    There is a small write up and extract photos from 'Grand Illusions by Richard Lawton' here
    www.flairinaladysboudoir.blogspot.com
    It really is a fantastic book, such wonderful inspiration from the early 1920s right through to the 1940s.
     
  12. Retro Makeup by Lauren Rennels

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    I just received my new book this week and had a little more time to go through it this weekend and I would recommend this as highly as I would recommend her first book Vintage Hairstyling. For a little more info I posted a quick reveiw on my blog about it as well. http://livingvintage.blogspot.com/
     
  13. ginney15

    ginney15 New in Town

    I am so excited! I pre-ordered mine through Amazon but I have not received it yet. :-( But I am tingling with anticipation!!
     
  14. ginney15

    ginney15 New in Town

    I ordered mine today! I was so happy to get a glimpse from the blog post. Thanks for posting everyone!
     
  15. angeljenny

    angeljenny A-List Customer

    I ordered mine yesterday and it is being posted out today!!

    Couldn't find it on the UK Amazon so I ordered it from the same site I got her vintage hair one from.

    http://www.jeepworld.co.uk/ecom/Ret...lying_the_Vintage_Look_by_Lauren_Rennells.asp
     
  16. Isis

    Isis One of the Regulars

  17. angeljenny

    angeljenny A-List Customer

  18. Isis

    Isis One of the Regulars

    Thank you!
     
  19. I also oredered it, and they said it would be in Holland hopefully the first week of may!! I exited enough
     
  20. I got the book I think it is lovely, the styles are maybe not really spectacular, I think I learn more on youtube from the tutorials, but I love the history of make up
    and it is such a great lookbook with all lovely pictures, I love it and it is great worth buying
     

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