When you watch movies, have you ever checked the credits to see who did the makeup?

One of the things I still do when the credits roll at the end of a movie, especially when it comes to 60s makeup!

I do all this. The. Time.

Maybe because I’m watching movies all the time, lol!

It’s easier with older movies that run the credits at the beginning of the movie because you have to sit there anyway. I did it the other day on Netflix with a movie I wanted to see called doll’s valley,

I know! It’s too late for the party. I had an idea of ​​what the makeup would be like — you know, ’60s cut creases, all that cool stuff — so when the credits were rolling in the beginning I looked up who did the makeup, and it was someone else. was not ben nee, the same ben nee behind the famous Ben Ni Banana Powder,

If you haven’t seen this movie yet, watch it for the cut-crease action, if nothing else. It is based on the bestselling book of the same name, and it follows three young women as they make their way through their 20s, and how each of them deals with fame, fortune, success, and failure in a patriarchal world. . Bottom line: There are too many drugs.

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The film itself… I think it’s a bit awkward and OTT, but it was released in 1967, so it got a ’60s vibe. I love style and fashion and sets, and I love makeup, of course. Cut-crease action, winged liner, long lashes and an orangey coral lip.

I dunno, but I think it might inspire me to skip my 15-minute minimal makeup phase… who knows?

I’m curious, though. When you watch movies, do you ever check the credits to see who did the makeup? The curious mind wants to know.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

karni