Theda Bara | Tutorial | Beauty Beacons



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Silent film actress Theda Bara is this episode’s Beauty Beacon! This 1910’s and 1920’s superstar is the original “Vamp”, and I’m going to show you how to recreate her look today. Enjoy!

PRODUCTS USED
Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation no. 52
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer no. 1
Catrice All Matt Plus Shine Control Powder
W7 Mighty Mattes Natural Nudes Matte Eye Colour Palette
Douglas Black Eye Liner Pencil
Bourjois Roller Lash Mascara
Essence Long Lasting Lipliner 04 Sweet Cherry
Essence Matt Matt Matt Lipstick 08 It’s A Statement
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil Milk
Vanity Planet Heat Protect Spray
Irresistible Me Sapphire Curling Wand 19mm
Bellami Hair Extensions Khaleesi 20″ Dark Brown

Thanks to Anna-Ester Volozh of Dragonbee studio (http://www.dragonbee.com) for the amazing intro animation.

Music: The 1910’s 5 – Hakan Eriksson

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49 replies
  1. Dario Witer
    Dario Witer says:

    William Fox, the founder of Fox Films Corporation, which later became 20th Century-Fox in 1935, was responsible for giving the name "Theda Bara." He also responsible for making up the story of how the origin of her name came about, and, that "Theda Bara" was backwards English for "Arab Death"; it was done for publicity purposes. Theda Bara became an instant star when she did the film A Fool There Was, which was released on January 12, 1915(Theda's first film was The Stain[1914], where she was an extra[background actress]; A Fool There Was was Theda's second film). 🎬📽️🎞️🎥🎦 😁😁😁😁😁

  2. CherryCherry Five
    CherryCherry Five says:

    You look amazing in this look! I love the hair especially. It's got that whole "bo-ho chic" feeling. To wear it today, I think I would only update the eye makeup to modern uplift. That's it. ❤️

  3. Blue Lotus
    Blue Lotus says:

    You seriously have such a beautiful universal face. Your face is very elegant and classy. You can rock every single look you have done! It's mind blowing .

  4. Studio 73
    Studio 73 says:

    This is so beautiful, the early 1910’s and 20’s are awesome for makeup history. Theda Bara was quite a melancholy beauty. Those Smokey Eyes are awesome

  5. Julianne Carter
    Julianne Carter says:

    You should do Bonnie Parker (of Bonnie and Clyde). There have been two pretty well-known movies for reference, and it would be really fun to see something 1930s inspired!

  6. Sofie Øyan
    Sofie Øyan says:

    Love your recreation of Teda Bara. You are so talented 😍 Could you do a Jean Harlow or a Marlene Dietrich one? That would have been so nice👌🏻

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