Pretty '70s makeup on Ingrid Boulting. Love that emerald green with her eye color

Pose and mood for beauty shot. Makeup: Ingrid Boulting photographed by David Bailey. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, April 1973

Twiggy in the 70s was all about the bold hair and bold make ups #70s #Makeup

Vogue UK - December 1974 - Twiggy wears a white net dress by Zandra Rhodes to play Cinderella for this Christmas issue.

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Black and white eyeliner: a how-to on the biggest, brightest retro eye makeup! Would look beautiful with a black cut crease

15 Beauty Hacks That Will Help You Look Exactly Like Twiggy

Twiggy eyes: Lower lashes are coated with white or gold mascara to blend with the extra large faux waterline, thereby making the false lower lashes truly pop.

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7 Eyeliner Looks You Need To Add To Your Makeup Repertoire Immediately

Marie Claire (France) October 1971  What was make up like in the 70s?

What was make up like in the Marie Claire (France) October 1971 (Pastel Hair Boy)

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flowerchild makeup, emphasis on the dark eyeliner and eyelashes, and I really love the natural lip.

Retro eye makeup

Vintage Max Factor ad from 1967 I totally need to try out some of these looks, I think I like Groovy Talk the best.

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hair-Susie had sort of curly, mousy hair, and although she did not value beauty the most, she did want to feel pretty to be liked by boys, especially Ray Singh