5 beauties of the 19th century and modern makeup from our designer
The last century passed under the sign of the Victorian era, which made significant adjustments to the concepts of beauty and aesthetics of the female image. Refinement and grace came into fashion, which was reflected in the wardrobe, hairstyles, and makeup of the 19th century. In the nineteenth century, came into vogue pallor… A lively blush and tan on the face became a sign of a low class, so ladies could not afford what millions of women around the planet are striving for today – a beautiful golden skin tone. Yes exactly.
Bologny’s editors have prepared an interesting experiment for you. We decided to fix it a bit and apply some bright colors and live shine to the pale beautiful face.
Check out the modern makeup of the beauties of the 19th century!
Natalia Nikolaevna Goncharova – the first Moscow beauty of the 19th century, the muse and wife of the great Russian poet A.S. Pushkin. Any image would suit such a wonderful beauty, because the girl possessed a refined beauty. We must admit that thanks to modern makeup, her eyes and lips have become even more expressive. With this make-up, we only emphasized the beauty of the high-society beauty of St. Petersburg of the 19th century.
Barbara Rimskaya-Korsakova, nee Mergasova, shone in high society in the middle of the 19th century, not only in Russia, but also in Europe. She was a legendary person. This charming woman captivated those around her with her charming appearance, shocking and unbridled character. It’s not for nothing that they called her a scandalous beauty. As you can see, we made an emphasis on the eyes of the shocking charming girl, making makeup in the style of “smoke eyes” (“smokey ice”). “Smoky” make-up clearly suits the face of the Russian femme fatale. The eyes seem even more expressive.
Princess Zinaida Nikolaevna Yusupova
We could not fail to include in the list of beauties of the 19th century Princess Zinaida Nikolaevna Yusupova… This woman amazed everyone who knew her with her beauty. Many artists of the late 19th – early 20th centuries painted her portraits. The famous princess has a modern yet natural make-up. As you know, natural makeup is at the peak of beauty popularity today. Even such a light make-up emphasized all the charm of the famous princess.
Elizabeth of Bavaria
Duchess Amalia Eugenia Elizabeth of Bavaria – Princess, wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I. Empress of Austria since April 24, 1854, Queen consort of Hungary since June 8, 1867. She is known by the diminutive name Sissi, by which her family and friends called her. Everyone who has been to Austria, especially before Christmas, knows that Empress Sissi – Elizabeth of Bavaria – is adored there. Several films are dedicated to her, which are shown exactly on Christmas – after all, she was born on Christmas Eve. She was little shown to the general public, and they knew almost nothing about her – only that she was stunningly beautiful. How do you like the famous European beauty with glamorous makeup? Like? In our opinion, glamorous shine, that is, shining makeup is very suitable for Elizabeth of Bavaria. This make-up makes her face “alive”.
Nanette Heine, nee Kaula – one of the 36 most beautiful European women of the 19th century. “Beautiful Nani”, as the inhabitants called her. She was so beautiful that King Ludwig I of Bavaria commissioned his court artist Joseph Karl Stieler to paint her portrait and place it in the “Gallery of Beauties” in the Nymphenburg Palace. Subsequently, her portrait was one of the most beloved of His Majesty. And now, this image that you see in front of you is one of the most popular reproductions on snuff boxes, cups, plates and other souvenirs produced at the Nymphenburg Palace. We decided to choose bright modern makeup for such a bright person. Perhaps such a bold make-up is also suitable for the popular beauty of the 19th century. You certainly can’t spoil such beauty!
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