This is a rather interesting book from 1981 by makeup artist Way Bandy. Way Bandy was a well-known makeup artist during the '70s and '80's who worked with high-end fashion designers and celebrities. He was well known for using lots of fluid/liquid products to create a seamless, skin-like finish. Harper's Bazaar called him a "makeup magician", and People said he was the "world's leading makeup artist." Styling Your Face was Bandy's second book. His first book, Designing Your Face, was released in 1977.
I think one of the most interesting aspects of the book is the fact that there are no photographs. All of the pictures are drawings.
Even the product descriptions use drawings.
I found a couple of the writings also kind of amusing:
First, the Chinoiserie Face explains how to get the brows in the look, but with a disclaimer.
The Teenage Face has a whole blurb about skincare to go along with the makeup look.
I'm not sure many dermatologists would agree with the skincare regimen laid out here. Yogurt/sour cream, cornmeal, lemon juice? Sounds like a recipe for skin problems.
Something else I found cool was the inclusion of makeup for men.
There are a total of 15 looks in the book. I'm not going to show you them all, because this post would get awfully long, but here are three more.
I actually really love many of the looks in this book. Does that mean I like dated makeup? Maybe.
You kind find lots of informational and interesting articles on Way Bandy if you simply google him.