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Victorian Make-up Recipes; powders, lip salves, creams, & other cosmetics of the 1800s

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If you enjoy this website, and would like it to remain open, please make a donation to Kate Tattersall Adventures. Click here. Due to the popularity of my article about Victorian cosmetics, and requests from curious readers, this composition will provide a handful of the hundreds of make-up recipes available …

Victorian Feminine Ideal; about the perfect silhouette, hygiene, grooming, & body sculpting

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If you enjoy this website, and would like it to remain open, please make a donation to Kate Tattersall Adventures. Click here. Warning: This article contains nudity, depicted through fine art and early photography. I’ve received several notes asking about various details of the feminine ideal during the Victorian era, …

Early Victorian Era Make-up; cosmetics & embellishments

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If you enjoy this website, and would like it to remain open, please make a donation to Kate Tattersall Adventures. Click here. Like any fashion, make-up went through highs and lows of popularity through the centuries, indeed, from decade to decade. This article will concentrate on Britain in the 1800s, up to …

Kate Tattersall; a little bio

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If you enjoy this website, and would like to see it remain open, please purchase Kate Tattersall Adventures in China. Kate (Katelyn Elizabeth Beaufort) was born on the 11th of January 1834, her mother died a few days later. Her father was an earl, and she had five older brothers, …