fashion Historian Amber Butchart and Makeup Artist Rebecca Butterworth are again, this time making a 1930s-inspired have a look at Eltham Palace.

Model Sharon Davis seems like she’s stepped off the silver display! We’ll present you how one can recreate her glamorous have a look at dwelling. Along with English Heritage historian, Dr Andrew Hann, we additionally discover the 1930s and the lives of Stephen and Virginia Courtauld who reworked the medieval palace into an artwork deco masterpiece.

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47 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for your comments everyone, we're glad you're enjoying our video. Don't forget you can visit Eltham Palace, which is just outside London. Plan your visit here: http://bit.ly/2Cmq2Ii

    We've also noticed quite a few of you are interested in the products we've used, so we've compiled the list for you here. Thanks for watching our History Inspired Makeup Tutorial – 1930s.

    Skincare:

    Ponds – Cold Cream Cleanser

    Nielsen – Massey Orange Blossom Water

    Estée Lauder – Advanced Time Zone moisturiser

    Foundation:

    MAC Cosmetics – Studio Fix Powder Foundation

    Starblend – Cake Makeup

    Eyes:

    Vaseline – The Original

    Sample Beauty – Shade 35 (Matte Black) Loose Eyeshadow Pigment

    Besame – Cake Mascara Black

    Eyelure – Fleur De Force Eyelashes

    Brows:

    MAC cosmetics – Brunette Eyebrow Pencil

    Cheeks:

    Sample Beauty – Marilyn Loose Powder Pigment

    MAC Cosmetics – 24hr Eye Primer

    Lips:

    Besame – 1935 Cherry Red Lipstick

  2. I love these make overs they are so authentic to the era. I’m a makeup artist and I can appreciate this A lot! So amazing I love vintage beauty. I had no idea they had false eyelashes in the 30s!!

  3. Ah, well that makes sense, so back then they gave you a three-step routine so you would have to buy more products… I guess that for example with Korean beauty is why we have a 23-step routine now… =D

  4. I just realized I do my makeup in 1930s style except for the fact I like my eyebrows thicker and I don't alter my lip shape, but my look is very similar otherwise.

  5. I spent over 5hours at Eltham listening to everything on the audio tour and walking the gardens. It is by far one of the best places to visit. As a historic gem being the childhood home of Henry VIII. The architectural history. And then the stunning art deco Masterpiece. Totally worth the trip outside London. Free for Heritage members!!!

  6. I wonder how much did the formulas for Ponds and Estee Lauder have changed. At that time they probably used more natural high quality ingredients. Does anyone know?

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