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Fashion and make-up Prezi

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timeline Make-up Egyptians
(make-up) During the Egyptian period they already had eye
make-up, it was called Kohl.
Kohl is made out of a dark coloured powder that
contains burnt almonds, lead, copper, ochre and ash.

It was applied with sticks on the eyes to
give an almond shape. Romans
(make-up) Victorian age
(make-up) During the Victorian Era make-up was associated with prostitutes and actresses. Women wanted to
have whiter skin as it was seen as pure, they used lead and arsenic. (poison)
Natural cosmetics were used:
Honey, egg yolk, roses, oat flakes. Eyebrows were
reshaped with dark powder.
Rice powder was used for the face and for
the low-cut dresses. 1950s
(make-up) Example's of beauty were Greta Garbo and
Marlene Ditrich.

The lips had a heart shaped form.
The eyebrows were thin like the eyes. They had a
languid look. (the actresses made that anguid look
to make the people think "ho look at me I'm so
pritty)

Before the 1930s the big cosmetic houses- L'Oreal,
Elisabeth Arden, Helena Rubinstein, Max Factor were
found in 1909s and 1910s.

The lips were painted dark red, violet and almond
black, to make a contrast with the pale face.

Black & white movis needed big contrasts. The make-up revolution: After the war the optimism brought
an explosion of colours.

Also thanks to coloured movies & photographs the lips
changed to a strong red, and got thicker, the colour of the
face become more golden and natural. + 1960s It was the time of Brigitte Bardot
and Twiggy. The lips lost importance, so the
attention went to the eyes and eyeliners first begin to be used. 1970's GLITTERY MAKE-UP 1980s (make up) A metallic powder from mica, a mineral, became famous for its use on eyelids and
on the body to make a glittery reflection.

Mascaras were produced in different colours (blue & geen), lipsticks became shiny and were made in stronger colours.
The make-up also had different colours, often in contrast.
In the 80s make-up was not complete without accessories (earrings, hairbands, bows & broaches). The colours were explosive from yellow to emerald green.

The trend was for explosive combinations. modle
Madonna 1990s 80's After the exaggerated make up of the every thing was simplified. Simplification and minimalism were the new make-up statement.The foundation creams lost thickness and became nearly transparent, to make the skin look shiny and perfect. Nude Look We hope you enjoyed it, thank you Marlyn Monroe
is a
perfect exapmple
of
beauty. The Romans also used Kohl for eyebrows and
eyelashes to make them darker. They used soot (after you burn something in your chimney the black substance on the walls is soot) for the outlines of the eyes.

The lips were covered with red ocher (ocher is a red clay).

Romans used gypsum (gypsum is the material to make the cast) to rub it on the face and
to make them white. Twiggy Brigitte Bardot Eyes are still the most important part of the makeup, Eyeliner,
fake eyelashes apear. Julia Roberts Nicole
Kidman Sandra
Bullock Madonna (French actresses) (English modle) gets produced. 1810-1820
Soft colours returned, sleeves got fuller at the shoulder and firmer fabrics were used to make the clothes. 1800-1810
Dresses with a high waistline and skirt with petticoats or hoops underneath 1870-1880:
Dresses were worn with very small hoops to keep the mass of fabric away from the feet. Fabrics were light in colour and weight. 1890-1900: sleeves were huge and dresses were only big in the back. 1820-1830
The sleeves and shoulders got bigger on dresses.
Patterns and decoration and colour were used, which made the dresses nicer. 1880-1890: Accessories such as gloves, hats etc. were now high fashion. Cosmetic firms decided for the first time to sell
eye-shadow kits containing 5 different colours. and fashion Sports-wear changed alot especially the swim and cycling wear 1900-1910 thein1900 it turned
into skirts for women The First World War starts and
women go into uniform as
they join the services to support
the war effort. 1910-1920 Shops set trends
for women with
the level of the
dresses and skirts
up to the knees for
the first time. How risky! 1920-1930 1830-1840:
Wool, linen, cotton and silk were now the most usual materials to make clothes. Sleeves became enormous and necklines very wide. 1840-1850:
Woman started wearing bloomers. The best clothing you could have were skirts with lower waists and tight bodices. 1850-1860:
Off shoulder v-neck lined top dresses with flowers and bows on the skirts were now in style! 1860-1870:
Hoops were replaced by a new undergarment that did change the shape of the long dress. Fashion in the
Victorian time
1800-1900: it used to be
pants FASHION TIMELINE FROM 1900-2000 Hollywood movie stars influenced the people with their beautiful styles that were
made out of the best fabric of the century. 1930-1940 The Second World War starts which leads
to shortages of
fabric and clothing 1940-1950 1930
(make-up) 2000s In the 1990’s cosmetics began to combat wrinkles and
cellulite but in the third millennium the development of
aesthetic surgery gives cosmetics a totally new dimension.

Now, we see the spreading of pumped up lips,
oversize breasts and “pulled” faces which redefine the
standard of female beauty. Botox is introduced in aesthetic surgery: injected into the face muscles it reduces the
contraction activity, thus reducing wrinkles. Mary Quant is
often credited with inventing
the miniskirt
which people started wearing
from that time until now. 1950-1960 fashion is
influenced
by the youthful
styles worn in
"swinging" London 1960-1970 skinny legged jeans
and glam rock
becomes the latest
trend. 1970-1980 1980-1990 Shoulder pads were used for both women and men Fashion has changed a lot because in the 'olden days' it was all about fancy clothes but now it is the pop age everyobody started wearing expensive
clothes and fabrics 1990 -2000
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