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However the Victorian era did show advances in cosmetics and beauty products, by the nineteenth century, zinc oxide became widely used as a facial powder, replacing the more deadly mixtures of the past. To see larger picture of Victorian Clothing Uk from our article Victorian Clothing Trend, you can simply click on the link download above. Bring your own style and make cool mix-matching style with our top fashion tips performance will be absoutely stunning. See also our other collections on next pages for more gorgeous fashion photos of this year. Here’s a classic looking Victorian Calling Card Image!A  I thought this one was especially pretty with it’s Flying Swallow Bird and Pink Roses! Come join 150,000+ followers on my Pinterest Boards, where I pin my favorite creative ideas!


However, Victorians unknowingly continued to use other poisonous substances for eyeshadow (lead and antimony sulfide), lip reddeners (mercuric sulfide), and powder to make eyes sparkle and continued to use belladonna, or deadly nightshade. Look our selection for top fashion look of this year or for the upcoming season and make it yours. Find over 4,500 FREE Vintage Stock images, Illustrations, Old Pictures, Antique Graphics, Vintage Printables, to MAKE craft projects, collage, DIY, scrapbooking, etc!
However if they did wear make up then they would often use lemon juice to lighten their skin and only used a little bit of powder. At the same time, Queen Victoria’s commitment to strict morals and modesty among women created a backlash against cosmetics. With our advice for amazing fashion for your outwear style, there is no doubt that you can easily steal any people attention as well.
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However, Victorians unknowingly continued to use other poisonous substances for eyeshadow (lead and antimony sulfide), lip reddeners (mercuric sulfide), and powder to make one’s eyes sparkle (belladonna, or deadly nightshade).



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