What color lipstick did flappers wear? – 1920S Cape Dress

The answer to the question “color lipstick?” would likely be all sorts of shades of orange, as well as red, pink, and sometimes blue. This is because it was believed that lipstick is one of the most powerful ways in which we convey our sense of pride and identity.

Roaring 20s Red Sequin Fringe Gatsby Flapper Dress – BABEYOND
When wearing orange lipstick did not fit with a flapper’s sense of beauty, flappers would often make use of other colors to achieve the same effect. To avoid any unnecessary embarrassment, this did not involve any artificial coloring except for the lighter shade of orange, with the “color” being chosen by the wearer with the help of a flapper handbook.

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All right. I know my first name is not “R. A. Lillard,” but all of you seem to know me. I have an undergraduate degree in Journalism/Communications Communication Studies from University of Illinois. I have been writing about and covering the sports and entertainment industry for nearly twenty-five years. I have a great love for this business and have followed my passion of pursuing my craft for most of my life. The most fulfilling aspect of pursuing my craft through writing is the friendships and knowledge I am able to build from the experiences.

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Raul Lillard started his career as an intern at the Austin American-Statesman. Raul and his fellow young staff member Paul Rabilian had already worked in the Austin offices of CBS News at several locations in Chicago and Atlanta during the winter of 2000-2001 when Raul landed his first gig working for CBS Radio News. He worked as a producer and producer for CBS 3rd station KUT-FM from his home in Chicago and also traveled throughout the Midwest with KUT as well as for local radio stations KISS 91.5 and WZUP 89.7 while he continued working as a reporter. After two years as a producer for both stations Raul landed a full-time position as an intern with the Austin American-Statesman in 2006 where he continued to produce for both stations (while also covering local sports and entertainment)

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