Beauty and Hygiene (1911 - 1956) 〉 Rouge: 1918-1930
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"Oh, I like this rouge!"
Isn't the woman with rose-petal cheeks always more attractive?
"She always looks so individual--so herself"
"Neither blonde nor brunette--Can women in this great in-between class be as strikingly attractive ...
Why Most Women Choose Luxor Rouge
The sweet old story
The Reward of Beauty
Beauty depends on how well your powder matches your skin
"Her color is her own" is what the world declares when a woman uses ...
You can Look Younger By using the tone of this rouge that gives the ...
Perfectly Natural! Pompeian Bloom gives your cheeks a color delicately exquisite
Parfum Mary Garden
The face that draws a thousand glances
The Complexion that Charms
Do men select wives--or women select husbands?
Not only French, but Parisian!
When Nature is Niggardly
Bourjois Manon Lescaut Face Powder; Ashes of Roses Rouge; Rouge Mandarine
To Perpetuate Beauty
Krasny the new Russian Note in the Rouge of the modish Parisienne
And Paris has the thrill of her life
Smart Paris gives us Gorgeous New Russian Shades of Rouge
The Personal "Make-Up" Secrets of Famous Stage Stars This Month...Ara Gerald of "Her Friend ...
Did Nature fail to put roses in your cheeks?
Natural coloring is of greatest importance in choosing rouge
"How well you look!"
Rouge fragrant with Parfum Mary Garden
First the Rouge and then a touch of the soft, clinging Face Powder
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