Classic, or Classic Environment, is a hardware and software abstraction layer in early versions of Mac OS X that allows applications compatible with Mac OS 9 to run on the Mac OS X operating system. The name “Classic” is also sometimes used by software vendors to refer to the application programming interface available to “classic” applications, to differentiate between programming for Mac OS X and the previous version of the Mac OS. Classic is supported on PowerPC-based Macs running versions of Mac OS X up to v10.4 Tiger, but is not supported on v10.5 Leopard and later, nor on Intel-based Macs running any version of Mac OS X.
Classic is a descendant of Rhapsody’s “Blue Box” emulation layer, which served as a proof of concept. It uses a Mac OS 9 System Folder, and a New World ROM file to bridge the differences between the older PowerPC Macintosh platforms and the XNU kernel environment. Classic was created as a key element of Apple’s strategy to replace the “classic” Mac OS (versions…
Glamourdaze, a vintage fashion and beauty archive has published a collection of vintage makeup guides. I’ve been a Youtube follower of her videos for about a year now and find them incredibly entertaining.
Get a bargain and instantly download the full bundle of guides – featuring more than just makeup!
Beautifully restored and inspiring beauty manuals from the Flapper days of the 1920s, to the glamorous 1950′s era. Genuine advice for women by beauty experts of the period. A trip on a time machine, back to gentler, more feminine days. And the advice and tips are fabulous. So treat your self, best friend or loved one to a pleasant surprise. [PDF e-book - also read on iPad or iPhone]
A wonderful vintage makeup tutorial from the 1940′s.
Archive Tutorial Film presented by Miss Ratherly Stern.
The ideal facial contour is supposed to be the oval. But some of us have round faces, square faces or long faces. What can we do to make our faces appear more oval?
1. Round Faces:
Don’t wear too high a neck line. It shortens the neck and increases the effect of roundness!
Hair well off the forehead and flat against the temple !
Thin lipsticks, correctly applied to follow the natural mouthline !
A V neck completes the picture and gives the impression of a little more neck length to give the impression of an oval face!
2. Square Faces:
Keep away from haircuts that hang in vertical lines near the side of the face and jawline in.This over emphasizes the squareness of the jaw.Avoid straight horizontal lines near the face – like thin lips / round or high horizontal necks.
Fill out the lower lip with your lipstick.
Hair should fall in curves around the jawline.
Wear a V neck line to pull the attention down from jaw.
3. The Long / Narrow Face:
Don’t wear V necks – This adds to the impression of length.
Avoid Piled up high hair on top of head as this also adds to the length of the face.
Hair should be off the top if the head and fluffed out at the sides to give the thin face added width.
Finally a high neck line or choker distracts from the long neck ! Voila !
Sam Chapman from Fashionface.tv and Pixiwoo demonstrates the art of 1940s make-up in this video tutorial. Learn how to apply false eyelashes, how to do burlesque red lips and how to pencil in the perfect retro eyebrows.
These ladies are my favorite makeup gurus. They’re sisters and both are professional make up artists.
However, not everyone has their hair color or skin tone, so here are some other classic pin up style makeup videos that feature women with different skin tones and hair color and even one for asian eyes!