Beauty Mask

March 1940 — At the International Beauty Shop Owners' show in New York City, Ruth Scott modeled a mask to heat the face and tone up the skin. The scratchers on her fingers were brass thimbles to protect nail polish until it dried.

Newsweek - Mar 25, 1940

     Posted By: Alex - Sat Sep 09, 2017
     Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues | Costumes and Masks | 1940s

I'm assuming this show was on October 31.
Posted by Virtual on 09/09/17 at 08:14 AM
If she ever wanted to dump a boyfriend, all she'd have to do is show up on a date like that...
Posted by Brian on 09/09/17 at 11:57 PM
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