Despite having a readership made up mostly of men, Popular Sciences of old knew their way around a beauty parlor. Especially from the 20s to the 40s, PopSci offered makeup tips and advice to female readers, saying in effect "Look! We've got incredibly detailed cutaways of how things work AND beauty knowhow! What more could you want?"
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What, indeed. This week's archive gallery takes a look at Popular Science's best beauty advice, some of which is spot-on (use a stencil to keep your lipstick from smudging!), some of which is less so (electrocute yourself to get rid of a double chin!).
Enter the gallery above to learn how to get gussied up, PopSci style.
Beauty secrets number for both parties.
Be genuinely nice.
Be honest and yes you can be tactfully not honest to spare feelings. If confronted about the tactfully not honest part, then spill the beans and tell the whole truth.
Laughter is forgiveness in action. Laugh at yourself and the world. Try to learn to forgive easily.
Do not cheat in friendships and love.
Be morally correct to a fault. So develop your moral fortitude. This means be good, even if you know you will not get caught being bad.
Take good care of yourself in what you eat and yes exercise too.
Know the world is not a perfect place and never will be. Learn to be happy despite this, lifes not being perfect.
Make the solid attitude to always want to grow and a real desire to correct your mistakes.
This is enought for now...
Others can always add more, lol.
See you! ;)
Science sees no further than what it can sense, i.e. facts.
Religion sees beyond the senses, i.e. faith.
Open your mind and see!