Cream, peach and ivory colors for the face were in fashion. Bésame colors such as Crimson or Apricot rouge were used on the apples of the cheeks, and softened by applying loose powder on top. Use the loose powders Violet Powder or Porcelain Cashmere Powder to achieve a porcelain look.
The eyebrows were worn thin and with a downward slope. You can simulate this look without tweezing by masking your natural brow and drawing in a new one with a dark grease pencil. Do this with brow wax and spirit gum sealer. Apply a thick layer of wax to your brow to conceal all the hair; this will create a mound of wax that you can flatten with your fingers. Brush a coat of sealer before applying your foundation. Powder well and draw the new brow with a very soft pencil.
The eyelashes were thickened with black wax, and the shadows used were darker colours. . Smudge the black shadow all around the eye, but stay away from the brow. Apply several coats of mascara for the thick lashes in this look.
Deep red colors like Bésame Red, Cherry Red, and Merlot were worn. The bee-stung shape can be achieved by putting foundation on the lips and drawing a heart shaped larger top lip, making sure to stay away from the natural edge of the lip. Keep the shape round and full. Use the tip of the Enchanting Lipstick to draw the outline of the lips and then fill with the blunt side.
Ivory complexions with a pink undertone were in fashion. Use a lighter foundation than your skin tone and our Rouges and applied high on the cheekbone to achieve this look.
The style was very thin and arched toward the temples. To achieve this look without tweezing, use brow wax and sealer to conceal them. Look for more details in 1920s look, the new brow with a very soft pencil.
The eyes had more colour choices. For daytime, a dab of petroleum jelly or a light shadow were worn. For evening, apply a color of shadow in the crease of the upper lid. Curl lashes and apply two generous coats of mascara.
Cherry Red, Dusty Rose, or Bésame Red are appropriate colors for this period. The top lip is slightly overdrawn to make two rounded mounds. This was called the rosebud mouth. With the sharp end of your Bésame lipstick, carefully draw the top lip and line the bottom. Fill in with color using the flat side of the tip.
Warm foundation was used with light powders on top. Rouge was bright and applied high on the cheekbone then blended toward the temple. Use Bésame's Crimson or Apricot apply lightly for a rosy cheek and followed by loose powder to soften.
The thickness was natural and the shape was carefully pruned into clean arches. Achieve this by drawing the desired shape with a white pencil, then carefully tweezing the excess hairs. Brush the hair with a small comb and a bit of hair gel to keep it in place.
Shadows were used in natural shades.
The lips were full with the top lip slightly overdrawn and rounded. Shades such as Cherry Red, Bésame Red, and Carmine were used. Always use foundation first if altering the shape of the lips. Use the sharp tip to draw the contour and fill with the blunt side.
Rouge was worn subtly and naturally during the day with Bésame Rouges. For rosy cheeks, use Bésame's Crimson or Apricot Rouge,blended and applied high on the cheekbones. Use a light foundation and shimmer powder for evening.
The eyebrows were thick and dark with a dramatic high arch. Shape the brows by tweezing stray hairs and fill in with dark shadow.
Eyes wore muted shadows in the crease. For evening, saturated colours were used with a thickly black liner with shadows for a darker effect, with liquid liner. The line was drawn close to the lashes and arched up at the end of the eye. Curl the lashes and apply two coats of black mascara to the top lashes only. For sexy droopy lashes, use a few individual false lashes at the corners of the eyes. Add a beauty mark with a brown pencil for fun.
The lips were full with sharp peaks on the top lip. Apply foundation, then draw the top lip overdrawing the sharp peaks and the full bottom lip. Apply the lip color with the blunt tip. Bésame Red, Exotic Pink, Carmine, and Portrait Pink are all great 50s colors.