Browse my Vintage Beauty board on Pinterest:
I’ve interviewed movers and shakers in the beauty industry and by far, my absolute favorite interviewee was Matin. He is my favorite because of his amazing life story and charitable activities (in fact, he was a 2007 finalist for CNN Heroes).
Here’s a video from Byrdie where Matin discusses his five must-have products:
My interview with Matin spanned three blog posts:
I hope that you’ll read all three parts and come away impressed by his candor and exuberance .
Debbie Gibson was a pop princess of the 1980s. She was also a spokesperson for Natural Wonder, Revlon’s more youthful brand (since discontinued).
Debbie Gibson’s “rival” was Tiffany Darwish, whose stage name was simply Tiffany. Tiffany became a spokesperson for a rival brand: was it Maxi by Max Factor or Maybelline’s Shine Free? A Google search hasn’t turned up anything. Please help – I would like a picture to pin to The Style Page | beauty | vintage board on Pinterest.
Do you remember these personal care products from the 1960’s?
I remember them all – especially Lava pumice soap. Would you believe that my dermatologist prescribed Lava as part of an acne skin care regimen? That, and female hormones. I was 12 years old.