Or like deep, daring, slightly hypnotic black holes in your face. Your choice.
I wonder what Revlon thought they looked like before she put all that shit on them?
I’m certainly not anti makeup, don’t get me wrong. Artfully applied it can bring out your best features and play down whatever you think your flaws are. When I first started experimenting with eyeliner and mascara, and yes that would have been in and around 1964 when this ad came out, I confidently believed a heavy hand and bold strokes were the way to go. God forbid anyone should guess what I looked like with my face washed.
My mother was pretty tolerant although she did suggest that sometimes less is more. Then apparently even she got used to my new face. Once I came down to dinner with no make up on at all and she wondered if I was sick.
Happy first day of Spring everyone.