Wide-Eyed & Lashy ‘Dolly’ 60’s Makeup Look


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The products I’ve used in the film are:

Bobbi Brown – Foundation Stick:
Bourjois – Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder:
Nicola Roberts Dainty Doll – Liquid Foundations:

Bourjois – Little Round Pot Intense Eyeshadow:
Duo – Eyelash Adhesive:
Eyeko – Big Eye Mascara:
L’Oreal – Super Liner Gel Intenza:
MAC – Paint Pot:
No7 – Eye Shadow Duo:
Shu Uemura – False Eye Lashes:
MAC – Lash:

Collection 2000 – Cream Puff Moisturising Lip Cream:

Bobbi Brown – Lip Brush:
MAC – Brush:
No7 – Concealer Brush:
No7 – Foundation Brush:
Paula Dorf – Sheer Crease Brush:
Screenface – Domed Eyeliner Sable Brush:
Shu Uemura – Eyelash Curlers:
Sigma – Concealer Brush:
Sigma – Eye Liner Brush:
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
Suqqu – Eye Shadow Brush:

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I wasn’t sure what to name this look as there were lots of great suggestions on my Facebook page when I uploaded a picture this morning … Glam Goth, Bat For Lashes, Sculpted 60s Seductress etc. This is the longer version (including products) of the video I made for the Biba and Beyond exhibition. Biba founder Barbara Hulanicki asked me to re-create the look the girls wore in the shop in the mid 60s. Although there were film and theatre make-up artists at the time, there werent any working in fashion and shops like there are today so Barbara used to do each girls make-up herself to demonstrate how she wanted them to look. Barbara lives in Miami so we discussed the look over the phone in the run up to the show and she made me a special set of drawings to help me capture the look perfectly.

So this is the 1966 Biba Dolly Look as directed by the woman herself.

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  1. I love this makeup so much, I think this tutorial is probably one of your best if not the best ! So happy the girl has little eyelids and ( just ) a bit hooded eyes because I have the same shape of eyes and it was really really hard to find a tutorail to do a 60s inspired makeup suitable for me, with all of that huge eyelid trend during this decade.

  2. so beautiful! But she's starting with such an amazing milky skin tone, that it's like cheating!^^ she's so pretty to begin with 😀
    you're a really great make-up artist! I love your videos!

  3. okay okay if aNY simmers are on here just look at her face
    and wow (The girl getting her makeup done) I want to sketch her face, and make a sim of her, she's so precious owo


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