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(Video) Beauty Over The Years: History’s Best And Worst Make Up Moments

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Ever wondered which were the best and worst times in history to be a makeup lover? Don’t worry you’re about to find out. In this video, celebrity makeup artist and YouTube blogger Lisa Eldridge, will take you on a historical beauty journey.

Lisa’s  video, spans thousands of years worth of makeup from monobrows in ancient Greece, 1930s silent movie star vamps and modern day selfie-ready pouts.

If you have appreciated the evolution of beauty video clips that we have featured formerly, you will certainly enjoy this new video. Seeking for a trace of the “best and also worst makeup moments in the history”, she has remarkably created looks from ancient Egypt and also Victorian England and all the way to more recent appearances of the 20th century.

In addition to the makeup, the artist has also managed to fix her hair appropriately for the era she is representing she has also made the effort to dress and accessorize to the part.

Check out this awesome video and see Lisa does back into the historical and cultural settings that gave rise to the various makeup trends over the centuries!

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Egyptians

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Ancient Greece

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Medieval Makeup

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Venetian Class

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French Polish

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Victorian Values

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Flappers Vamps And Silent Movie Queens

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Modern Makeup

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Watch the video to see and know more about the historical and cultural settings that gave rise to the various makeup trends over the centuries!

All pictures courtesy of Screen captures from the Youtube Video

Thank you, Lisa Eldridge for sharing this awesome video!

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