Victorian advertisement for women's face mask

Beautify your complexion or knock-off a liquor store - it's two products in one! ~~ Victorian advertisement for Mme. Rowley's Toilet Mask, c.

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

Victorian Pears soap advertisement

witches thought to be seductresses and penis-stealers

French Victorian beer advertisement campaign.   The differences between the dark and light beer varieties are attractively illustrated by four beauties, each with a defined hair coloring, and season of dress style.

The differences between the dark and light beer varieties are attractively illustrated by 4 beauties, each with a defined hair coloring, and season of dress style.

A Young Lady at her Toilet (oil on canvas).  First, it was toilette tables, then, it was dressing tables, and now, it is vanities.

A Young Lady at her Toilet (oil on canvas) Artist: Egg, Augustus Leopold Nationality: English Location: Private Collection

Madam Rowley’s Toilet Mask Advertisement , c.1875 #victorian #advertising

devilduck: “ TOILET MASK OR FACE GLOVE Madam Rowley’s Toilet Mask Advertisement , ” I’m trying to think of any respectable Three of Swords female who would try this item…and I’m coming up.

Free Vintage Label Image – Stunning Lady with Fan ~  This Vintage Label shows a lovely Victorian Lady with a Fan! The detail is amazing!! This is from a Circa 1880′s Antique Printer’s Book. The woman has such a beautiful face, her hair is adorned with a Rose and some Pearls, she appears to be wearing a Lace Veil.l. The original shows advertising text on the fan (shown). The text has been removed on the second version, to use as a Label or a Gift Tag.   Downloads…

Free Vintage Label Images - Stunning Lady with Fan - The Graphics Fairy bookplate

The Athenaeum - La Toilette (Joseph Caraud - )

The Poisonous Beauty Advice Columns of Victorian England - Atlas Obscura

In the 19th century... a new way was found to reach the masses, advertising.  And no one did it better than Madame Rachel, a con artist who operated a prominent beauty salon, from which she personally guaranteed her clients who used her fabulous preparations, everlasting youth. For almost ten years, Madame Rachel (Sarah Rachel Levinson) had Victorian women fooled.  But it wasn’t just beauty treatments that Madame Rachel was offering her clients.

If you think that misleading advertising and individuals without scruples exploiting women’s desires to look beautiful and young forever by selling them “miraculous” treatments of dubious efficacy are a modern…

Carol J.  Larson - Author and Artist: Medicine in the Nineteenth Century:  Deathly Pale ...

Rose’s French Arsenic Complexion Wafers, sold in the 1902 Sears catalog.

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