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Historical Beauty; The Heyday of Hollywood GEORGE WESTMORE AND THE WESTMORES To say the modern makeup industry started in Hollywood is no exaggerationand in those days, the Westmores were the makeup industry. During this golden era, at one time or another a Westmore headed up the makeup departments at Paramount, Universal, Warner Brothers, RKO, 20th Century- Fox, Selig, Eagle-Lion, First National, and a dozen other film studios. But the family’s origins were far from the glitz of the Hollywood Hills. George Westmore was born on the Isle of Wight, in Great Britain, in 1879. He worked as a baker and barber, and served in the British army for a period until he was pronounced medically unfit, at which point he opened his own hair salon. A combination of success andprobably more influentiallyan innate sense of wanderlust led him first to Canterbury in England, then Canada, and finally the United States. A move to Cleveland in 1913 was the point at which George began to move beyond hair to painting women’s faces. He did all his makeup training on prostitutes, as they were the only women who painted their facesapart from actresses. Every day after work, he would take his rouge pots and practice painting the bordello ladies, applying rouge to nipples, ankle bones, hip bones, and the backs of thighs, as well as to faces. He also started training his young sons in the art of wigmaking. George loved going to the movies to watch the big stars of the day, such as Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and Lilian Gish, but he noticed that their wigs were badly made, and that the makeup used on-screen looked ludicrous (actors still did their own and hadn’t really adapted theatrical techniques for film, painting their faces as if trying to project to the last row of the theater rather than a movie camera that was just a few feet away). The makeup not only looked amateur but also had no continuity, meaning that the actors often appeared completely different from scene to scene.Hair cut and style trends winter 2013 :: Celebrity hairstylist … Ltf

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