09 15th, 2015

You’re busy planning your wedding and the excitement is building. You have your list of things to be arranged: wedding bands, bridal and bridesmaids’ gowns, bridal makeup and hair, reception, honeymoon, bouquets and floral arrangements … the list seems almost endless. It can all become a little overwhelming for even the calmest bride!

Relax. Make a cup of tea, sit back, and take a moment. Here are some intriguing things you probably did not know about weddings… Continue reading

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03 10th, 2015

Bridal styling evolved enormously – and very quickly – from the end of World War One… Continue reading

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01 7th, 2015
  • In the Edwardian society of the early 1900’s, women were under pressure like never before to look as young as they possibly could. While the open use of cosmetics was still considered by the wider population to be somewhat improper, city women who patronised beauty salons often entered by way of the back door. Within a few years, makeup was sold and used openly. Continue reading

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12 10th, 2014

Aside from whitening the face, as done by Queen Elizabeth I, the majority of people in later Elizabethan England viewed makeup as something dangerous to one’s health. Things, however, were soon to change… Continue reading

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11 18th, 2014

Continuing from last time, when we began looking at cosmetics in the ancient world… Continue reading

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11 5th, 2014

Cosmetics: they can be a girl’s best friend. Makeup can be cleverly used to enhance our best features, disguise our worst features, or completely change our look to suit both mood and occasion. Continue reading

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