Sam, who was passionate about fashion and designed clothes for herself and her
friends in New York, tried out all sorts of “fab and groovy” make-up looks. She would try lots of new looks like this one based on Mary Quant's ( a famous London designer) designs for top models of the day such as Twiggy, Penelope Tree, Jean Shrimpton and Marsha Hunt - who were as cool as Cara Delevigne is today.
Try these looks yourself using a jet black eyeliner - a liquid one if possible - creating a smooth line which flicks up at the sides. ( you can use dots and then join them up to keep a sleek flick). Twiggy would paint on "eye lashes" underneath her bottom eyelid. too. A pale foundation and a peachy pink, pastel lipstick colour balanced out the fierce liner on the eyes.
Try some of these easy make-up tricks from The History of Makeup. They're fun and simple to do!
In the late Sixties after the “Summer of Love” hip styles, like this painted on flower and rainbow of different colours, became cool. Try painting some small flowers and rainbows on each others' cheekbones for a less extreme look!
The cover of Vogue, 1967