HISTORICALLY ACCURATE Makeup Tutorial | Victorian Woman vs Victorian Prostitute

HISTORICALLY ACCURATE Makeup Tutorial | Victorian Woman vs Victorian Prostitute

Historically accurate makeup tutorial featuring Victorian era makeup, both for the societal woman and the Victorian prostitute. I thought this would make for a unique contrast and wanted to say ‘THANK YOU!’ to you for your wonderful suggestion in the last video in this series. If you have a request for a future video, please do leave it below, and if you see someone else comment something you’d like to see, thumbs up their comment!
To see past videos in this series, the playlist is here:

Curling wand used (I’ve had it for MANY years, love it)

PRODUCTS USED
– TOV Camellia Cooling CC in ‘Light Beige’
– NYX Can’t Stop Won’t Stop Foundation
– MakeupGeek Corrupt eyeshadow
– Tarte Shape Tape in ‘Fair Light Neutral’
– Styli-Style Beautifully Matte Powder
– Colourpop ‘Never Been Kissed’ blush
– Too Faced Peach Lip Balm
– NYX ‘Hot Red’ Lipliner
– Makeup Revolution ‘Red Carpet’ matte lipstick

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VICTORIAN MAKEUP TOP REFERENCES
10 Fascinating Facts about Prostitution in the Victorian Era:
Early Victorian Era Cosmetics:
Beauty in the Victorian Age:
10 Dangerous Beauty Trends in the Victorian Era:
What Victorian Women Used for Lipstick:
Makeup History: The Victorian Era:

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