1930s dating rules
Jackets were long and “dressed up” (something that had withstood the test of time!) Fun history fact: After President Roosevelt signed the “New Deal”, fashion had a whole new face.) Max Factor, who started his career selling cosmetics to the studios, became the biggest name in makeup for the everyday woman all across the western world, surpassing the previous dominance of the Coty brand.The most popular complexion of the late 1930s was a natural pinkish ivory or a lighter white wax-like appearance; this giving birth to the look of a “doll”.Hair and beauty made leaps and bounds from where it used to be!
Part of their appeal was the draping fabric that was further enhanced by cutting fabrics on the true cross or the bias grain-also quite fashionable at the start of the new millennium.
“Do keep abreast of the days news, new books and new ideas so that you can hold your husband’s intellectual attention,” she adds.
Other words of wisdom include: “Don’t answer back; don’t spend money on yourself, don’t do anything he doesn’t want you to do.
In fact if there is one distinct difference between the 1920s and 1930s face – it is the simple lack of rouge that these women had!
(Really makes the word “Doll” stick out for this time period, doesn’t it!? Men’s suits were designed to inspire the appearance of a large upper body.