Monday, July 11, 2011

Maybelline and Loretta Young represent classic beauty in the 1950s.

Loretta Young, a symbol of beauty, serenity, and grace. But behind the glamor and stardom was a woman of substance.

Loretta Young hosted and starred in the well-received half hour anthology series The Loretta Young Show. It ran from 1953 to 1961. Her trademark was to appear dramatically at the beginning in various high fashion evening gowns. Her program ran in prime time on NBC for eight years, the longest-running prime-time network program hosted by a woman up to that time.



Maybelline as well represented fashion and glamour with serenity and grace, always ahead of it's time.


Click below to view Lorretta Young as televisions best dressed most elegant woman in the industry.


Like Loretta Young, Tom Lyle Williams was blessed with classic features and demended perfection in himself and his Maybelline Company.


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