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How To : Dress in retro 1970s style

Fashion in the 1970s was very eclectic but still influenced by the latter part of the 1960s. Learn about different 1970s retro fashion trends from a retro fashion specialist in this free fashion video series. Part 1 of 10 - How to Dress in retro 1970s style. Dress in retro 197 ...more

How To : Dress in retro 1960s style

The 1960s were an important decade for men's and women's fashion. Learn about different 1960s retro fashion trends from a retro fashion specialist in this free fashion video series. Part 1 of 9 - How to Dress in retro 1960s style. Dress in retro 1960s style - Part 2 of 9. Clic ...more

How To : Dress in 1950s retro fashion

1950s women's fashion has made a come back! Learn about 1950s fashion and how to use modern clothes to create it in this free video series about fashion trends. Part 1 of 10 - How to Dress in 1950s retro fashion. Dress in 1950s retro fashion - Part 2 of 10. Click through to wa ...more

How To : Create retro '60s geometric flower cut-out soaps

Thanks to pop artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, hallucinogenic geometric shapes and psychadelic use of color dominated absolutely everything in the '60s, from lunchboxes to earrings to dresses. Celebrate the beginning of the hippie era by making cute melt and pou ...more

How To : Create a vintage curly burlesque hairstyle

With the movie "Burlesque" coming out soon, the interest in the retro, pin up girl style has rocketed to an all-time high. And the great news is that you don't have to be starring in a movie or dressing up for Halloween to look retro fabulous. Check out this video to learn ho ...more

How To : Create Joan Holloway's retro "Mad Men" curled updo

Oh, how we wish we could live in the "Mad Men" era. We'd forgo the lack of women's rights (the women's right's movement was at the time still gaining speed), but we would totally love to raid Joan Holloway's fantastic wardrobe and learn her hair and beauty secrets. Until we c ...more

How To : Create a retro and glamorous Bettie Page pompadour

Bettie Page was the ultimate pin up girl. Naturally curvaceous and blessed with batty eyes and full lips, Page was adored by men all over and had women copying her every hairstyle and makeup look. It's no wonder, then, that we still see so many interpretations of her signature ...more

How To : Apply sexy pirate makeup for Halloween

It's true, Halloween is basically the time for girls to dress slutty. Check out this how-to video for a sexy pirate look. The demonstrator used these cosmetics: Mac Studio Fix Fluid Foundation, Mineral Veil, Nars Laguna Bronzer, True Gold e/s, Mac Blackground Paintpot, Black R ...more

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