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Looking for 1920s wedding makeup inspiration? Pretty easy now, right? I love this brave new world of Pinterest and Tumblr and Google image search, and the ease with which you can find and collect the perfect images (back in MY day we had no such tools, young ladies! AND we had to walk ten miles to school in the snow! Harrumph.). And these days you can just stumble on a perfect image like this:

1920s Wedding Makeup

Love! One thing I do not love, however, is the fact that all this distribution and reblogging and repinning and reuploading means oftentimes the images float around with no credits attached, no source connected. Which is wrong! And which is why I try to track down the original source of anything we post. Like these (amazing, incredible, stunning, perfect) photos, which I found floating around in the Pinterest ether with no sources or info….

Art Deco Wedding Makeup Roaring 20s Wedding Makeup

But I tracked them down! I found ‘em. (I think.) Looks like they went up at WeddingBells, which is how I found the credits (Photography by Carlyle Routh. Styling by Vanessa Taylor. Makeup & hair by Michelle Rosen for TRESemme Hair Care/ Makeup & hair assistant: Earl Simpson for and info on the gowns and jewelry which you can find by clicking through to their original post. Gorgeous! Many thanks to the creators of these images, lovely 1920s makeup inspiration!

I’m a fan of everything about this gorgeous art deco wedding inspiration shoot from Housley Photography. Lovely details through and through, especially the absolutely incredible hair and makeup on that perfect model!

I’ve always been a fan of the dark-eyed flapper look on your wedding day, and this shoot features the perfect images to swoon over and inspire. Take a look!

Photographer:  Housley Photography
Hair Stylist: Laurie Brandon
Dress Store: Le Fleur Bridal Boutique
Makeup Artist: Made Ya’ Blush
Event Planner: Sugar Rock Events
Heirlooms and extras: Vintage on Macon
Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Well yes indeed, it is another (probably the last, though who can be sure) post about Baz Luhrmann’s film version of The Great Gatsby. We’ve previously discussed the Gatsby trailer and Tiffany & Co.’s Gatsby jewelry. Last up: this video highlighting the creation of the background and special effects…whether or not you are a fan of the final product, hard to argue this isn’t kinda fascinating, so I had to share (full-screen it for the best view…)

(the song playing is Lana Del Rey’s Young + Beautiful from the Gatsby Soundtrack)