Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Maybelline has always represented style, glamour, confidence as well as beauty.

                                 What ever happened to to style?

                           Bill Williams, Evelyn Williams and Maybelline founder, Tom Lyle Williams

                                Where's the Glamour?

Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams at his Villa Valentino, standing next to his 1940 Packard Victoria.

It wasn't too long ago America had it.  Looking like a million bucks was practically our birthright      
Emery Shaver seated, Bill Williams, Evelyn Williams and Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams next to Tom Lyle's 1934 Packard.

                 We didn't race from A to B we cruised. 
                 Going for a drive was a big deal.

Author Sharrie Williams cousin, Chuck Williams with his 1974 Alfa Romeo on the left, Cobra and 1975 Rolls Royce out of view.

It's time to get it back, regain the style, glamour, confidence

                          Author Sharrie Williams with her father Bill Williams 1977 Clenet Series One

                         It's time once again to arrive In Style.

                               Picture taken at Bill Williams estate in Palm Springs, 1975.

Read more about the style, glamour and confidence Tom Lyle Williams emanated throughout his life and how it reflected in Maybelline's image from 1915 to 1968 as well as his family through the decades,  in The Maybelline Story and the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It.

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