Lip colors & vintage lipsticks from the ’60s

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Lip colors and vintage lipsticks from the 60s
Check out these vintage lipsticks from the ’60s that came in plum and peach colors, honey and mocha shades, sheer and creamy finishes.

Cutex vintage lipstick from 1960

Cutex vintage lipstick from 1960


Coty Harmony in Color lipstick from 1961

Coty Harmony in Color lipstick from 1961


Tangee Bright N Clear lipstick from 1962

Tangee Bright N Clear lipstick from 1962

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Retro Revlon Sculptura lipstick from 1963

Retro Revlon Sculptura lipstick from 1963


Vintage beauty and lipstick from Avon (1963)

Vintage beauty and lipstick from Avon (1963)


Retro Avon lipstick from 1963

Retro Avon lipstick from 1963


Sixties Cover Girl lipstick from 1964

Sixties Cover Girl lipstick from 1964


Sheer vintage lipsticks with the sleekness of gloss (1967)

Can you recognize fashion when you see it?

Cutex, actually Cutex, flips fashion on its ear with a brand new idea…

The first lipstick that sifts right thru to your lips. So now, you can wear real lipstick that gives the chicness and sleekness of gloss. It’s the first real invention in lipstick since… well, since someone put it in tubes.

Twelve sheer beauties in marvelous little showstopper cases. (Peel off our name if you like. We don’t mind.)

Vintage Cutex lipsticks from 1967 (2)

Vintage Cutex lipsticks from 1967 (1)

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4 new slick tricks: LipSlicks by Max Factor (1967)

These are the tinted glosses that slick your lips.

This is the brush of satin-y sable that smooths the gloss that slicks your lips.

This is the tiny mirrored case that holds the brush that smooths the gloss that slicks your lips.

This is the way your mouth will shine when you use the case that holds the brush that smooths the gloss that slicks your lips. All together only $2.50.

LipSlicks: the tinted glosses by Max Factor

LipSlicks the tinted glosses by Max Factor 1967


Clairol Spring Quake lipcolor from 1967

Vintage Clairol lipsticks from 1967 (3)

Vintage Clairol lipsticks from 1967 (1)

Vintage Clairol lipsticks from 1967 (2)


Coty lipstick shades from 1965

Coty lipstick shades from 1965


Chic sparklers lipstick from Avon (1966)

Chic Sparklers lipstick - Avon - 1966


Helena Rubenstein Lightworks makeup and lipshine from 1967

Helena Rubenstein Lightworks makeup and lipshine from 1967

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Yardley Cellophanes lip colors (1969)

The look to change your life: Liquidy Cellophanes lipcolors

So water-clear…glissy…you can shine thru – see thru – kiss thru – without the lipstick barrier.

The once-in-a-lifetime . It’s great-to-be-alive-time BEAUTYBREAK that makes everything else look flat. That’s that. The first clear colors. Sheerer than sheer — you shine right thru. Thinner than thin — color yourself new. So incredibly liquidy — you never felt anything like this before.

Top row: Coffee for Two, Baby Buff, Close Close Coral, Cuddle Rose. Bottom row: Hug that Pink, Peachy Close, Beige Together, Snuggle Pink.

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Yardley cellophanes makeup 1969

1969 Yardley cellophanes lip makeup


Clairol lipsticks vintage beauty from 1968

Clairol lipsticks vintage beauty from 1968


Vintage Max Factor lipstick – Ultralucent 1969

Vintage Max Factor lipstick - Ultralucent 1969

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