To many, makeup prior to the 1920s--and even during--may appear theatrical and undesirable. After all, modern cosmetics were only being developed in those days. However, for vintage lovers and makeup mavens, precisely capturing the look of the times is vital for an accurate representation of history. Whether you are posing for an antique-style portrait, starring in a production set in the beginning of the 20th century or attending a costume party, here are simple guidelines for recreating 1910-style makeup.
Things You'll Need
Oil-free makeup primer
Water-activated or creme foundation