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Marilyn Monroe: Her secret for luscious lips and other beauty tips from the unforgettable star

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If you think today’s stars have the ultimate beauty knowledge, you’re in for a treat.

Nothing compares to the beauty tips of the stars that have been starred in old Hollywood era. The celebrities of that time have gone down in history with their style and glamour, while still being an inspiration today – in fact, quite a few still copy their style today.

One of the most famous stars, so to speak the ultimate sex symbol, the Marilyn Monroe she had her own well-hidden beauty secrets.

Beauty standards are always changing, but to this day the Marilyn Monroe She is still a beauty icon. Decades have passed since her tragic death, but her style and temperament, exuding charm and confidence, live on.

When it comes to beauty, Monroe was often ahead of her time. She preferred dry shampoo — since there was no dry shampoo back then, she applied baby powder to her roots every other day — and often mentioned that she avoided sunbathing because the sun’s rays could damage her skin.

Thanks to New York Makeup Museum and the Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America exhibit, we know that her morning and evening skincare habits were also progressive. Just like Audrey Hepburn, her beautician was Hungarian-born Dr. Erno Laszlo. In 1959, he prescribed Monroe a detailed skin routine to treat one of her main skin ailments: dry skin.

Accordingly DR Barbara Sturm, top esthetician favored by celebrities and others, Marilyn’s skincare routine could very well be making her dry skin worse. The reason; The toner, which can be extremely moisturizing and non-aggressive, or contain harsh acids and harsh alcohols that damage the skin’s barrier function.

One of the steps of night care was that double cleaningwith an oil-based cleanser and then a cream cleanser.

But Dr. Barbara Sturm: I advise against double cleansing, as this can dry out and irritate the skin and weaken the skin’s barrier function. An oil cleanser is fine to remove eye makeup, or just use your moisturizer and a cotton pad. I’m not sure if this step really suited Marylin’s skin type.

In addition, it is worth mentioning one thing beauty tip what followed. In the makeup part, Marylin used five different shades of lipstick and lip gloss to make her lips look juicier and fuller. She used darker tones on the outer corners of the lips and lighter tones on the inner corners and the result was simply outstanding.


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