Whether you’re hosting an Oscars party at home or simply hoping to look the part of a seductive screen siren, check out this Old Hollywood makeup tutorial.

Whether you’re hosting an Oscars party at home or simply hoping to look the part of a seductive screen siren, check out this Old Hollywood makeup tutorial.

“My beautiful Seda for her Henna Night  Perfect cut crease Smokey Bridal makeup  #BeautyParadise @ummudogabeautysalon  ✨ ❤️ Hair by @meltemkuafor…”

“My beautiful Seda for her Henna Night Perfect cut crease Smokey Bridal makeup #BeautyParadise @ummudogabeautysalon ✨ ❤️ Hair by @meltemkuafor…”

RED CARPET RED FOR THE BOMBSHELL A true ruby red to bestow Hollywood style wow-factor - think Scarlett Johansson and Marilyn Monroe

RED CARPET RED FOR THE BOMBSHELL A true ruby red to bestow Hollywood style wow-factor - think Scarlett Johansson and Marilyn Monroe

Jaclyn Hill- She just does the best eye makeup ever. I think this is from her Old Hollywood Glam video. | Beauty and makeup tutorials:

Jaclyn Hill- She just does the best eye makeup ever. I think this is from her Old Hollywood Glam video. | Beauty and makeup tutorials:

I mean.... DAMN Makeup deets on my model @zohrasadat @maccosmetics studio fix foundation and powder, @cinemasecretspro foundation palettes for highlight and contour (use code DYF for savings!), @anastasiabeverlyhills contour kit and dark brown dipbrow, @m

I mean.... DAMN Makeup deets on my model @zohrasadat @maccosmetics studio fix foundation and powder, @cinemasecretspro foundation palettes for highlight and contour (use code DYF for savings!), @anastasiabeverlyhills contour kit and dark brown dipbrow, @m

Foundation colours were geared towards “healthy glow” providing a natural look or a slight tanned look. Face powder- this was a slightly lighter shade. Eyes- natural look; grey and brown-toned eye shadows were used. Mascara brought attention to the eyes by darkening the lashes. Eye liner started to be worn on the upper eyelids in the late 1940s. Brows: were neatly groomed in a clean arch,  Cheek colour was called rouge, the popular colours were peachy, coral and pink tones.

Foundation colours were geared towards “healthy glow” providing a natural look or a slight tanned look. Face powder- this was a slightly lighter shade. Eyes- natural look; grey and brown-toned eye shadows were used. Mascara brought attention to the eyes by darkening the lashes. Eye liner started to be worn on the upper eyelids in the late 1940s. Brows: were neatly groomed in a clean arch, Cheek colour was called rouge, the popular colours were peachy, coral and pink tones.

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