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The Romans liked a smokey eye, the Georgians were ahead of their time with festival-ready hair pastels

The Romans liked a smokey eye, the Georgians were ahead of their time with festival-ready hair pastels and Queen Victoria mastered the ultimate ‘no-makeup’ makeup look years before it trended on Instagram. In our step-by-step History Inspired Makeup Tutorial series we explore what makeup can tell us about the people and places of our past.

Filmed at our historical places around the country, Fashion Historian Amber Butchart and Makeup Artist Rebecca Butterworth explain how makeup has mirrored the evolution of England’s rich social and political history. You can watch the full series on YouTube, but in this blog we’ve summarised five key looks from.

The Romans liked a smokey eye, the Georgians were ahead of their time with festival-ready hair pastels and Queen Victoria mastered the ultimate ‘no-makeup’ makeup look years before it trended on Instagram. In our step-by-step History Inspired Makeup Tutorial series we explore what makeup can tell us about the people and places of our past.

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True facrs about England

Fun fact: ‘Egg on your face’ was very much a trend set by one of England’s longest-reigning queens. The monarch used egg whites to create a skin primer that the Elizabethans believed would tighten your skin, reduce pores and prevent freckles. You can watch the full series on YouTube, but in this blog we’ve summarised five key looks from some.

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Fun fact: ‘Egg on your face’ was very much a trend set by one of England’s longest-reigning queens. The monarch used egg whites to create a skin primer that the Elizabethans believed would tighten your skin, reduce pores and prevent freckles. You can watch the full series on YouTube, but in this blog we’ve summarised five key looks from some.

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