Wednesday, February 25, 2015

FEMME FATALE - JACQUELINE BISSET






































































Jacqueline Bisset
With Love From John Hallowell
Show Magazine September 1970
Photography: Dunstan Pereira


... all things femme fatale

Saturday, February 14, 2015

FEMME FATALE - SAMANTHA JONES







Electric new Build-up: blusher and highlighter slicked on a whole new way. The revolutionary glow-how: fast swipe with a swivel-stick that looks like a theatrical grease stick but is light years ahead of that old magic wand.  Revlon's Face Gleamer packs luminescence. Three shades for blushing or contouring, plus one transparent "shade" for pure glow. Lipstick: Revlon's golden-tawny Pumpkinpeel. Dynel and diamante headdress by Ara.









Helena Rubinstein's Silver Rage Eye Shadow
Earrings: Maison de Fou








Spidery Lashes:
The great new makeup 
under eyes


The Great New Beauty Opportunities
Vogue October 1967
Photography: Gianni Penati



... all things femme fatale


Tuesday, February 10, 2015

FEMME FATALE - 1965


The Dragonfly Maquillage



Makeup With a Summer Feeling to hover around the edges of fantasy makeup without plunging in over your head: eyes drawn out to look like a silken set of dragonfly wings, with wisps of brilliance lifting at the sides.


Makeup: Estee Lauder
Photography: Norman Parkinson
Vogue May 1965

... all things femme fatal

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Saturday, February 7, 2015

FEMME FATALE - 1965





The New Naturalism
Harper's Bazaar September 1965
Hair: Kenneth Battale
Make-Up: Dubarry Glissando Contouring Make-up
Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane
Dress:Talmack

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

FEMME FATALE - CHER

















FAHION TO ENJOY -
The Price Is Right -
The Girl Is Cher
Harper's Bazaar November 1969
Photography: Avedon

... all things femme fatale


Monday, February 2, 2015

FEMME FATALE - CRISTINA VETTORE AUSTIN FORD





The Eclectic Beauty

The great beauties of today conform to no national image.
Their blood springs from many lands and origins.
Their physiognomies and contours are not the expression
of one cultured ideal, but of many.
Their beauty transcends locality, recognizes no frontiers.

True beauty never resides merely in the separate
perfections of body and face: inevitably,
it is fused by a vital sense of identity, concentrated
at the center of being.  All great beauties know themselves.

Alice S. Morris


Harper's Bazaar June 1964
Photography: Richard Avedon


... all things femme fatale