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Multi-Use Cashmere Stick Foundations

Multi-Use Cashmere Stick Foundations  They're finally here! We are pleased to bring you our Multi-Use Cashmere Foundation Sticks! Inspired by the first "Pan-Stik" foundations from the 1930s and 1940s, our beautiful foundations are all the glamour of the past without the grease! Packaged in our classic gold to match the rest of your Besame collection, we are excited to add these to our line!  Made In The USA Cruelty Free Vegan Gluten and Paraben Free Feather Light Matte Finish Full Coverage Fragrance Free Swipe on for a flawless face and use fingers or our Besame Contour Brush to blend! Ideal for.... Foundation:     Concealer:   Contouring:   Highlighting:   8 Shades that are perfectly easy to wear on their...

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Besame Cosmetics On Television! Feud: Bette And Joan

Feud: Bette And Joan Did you catch us on this season of Feud: Bette And Joan? Every episode we were featured in we couldn't help but gasp in delight! We are big fans of the team on this show and were honored to be featured. You can catch us in several episodes, not only used as props but on the actors themselves. At Besame our items are very highly pigmented and show up wonderfully on screen and in photos. We pride ourselves on this and love it every time we get the chance to be a part of an amazing production. What did you think of the show and did you see us? Let us know in the comments below!...

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1965 Portrait Peach

1965 Portrait Peach We are pleased to announce our newest color, 1965 Portrait Peach! This soft, pastel peach is an exact replica of a shade from 1965. During the mid sixties it was common to wear a lighter more pastel shade of lipstick to pair with the heavy eye makeup look of the time. Big lashes, lots of eyeliner and fun shades of eyeshadow were popular in the year 1965, while the lips were usually peach or pink with a white base. This color can be seen in so many pictures from the mid sixties on every one from Audrey Hepburn to Twiggy. Nowadays this color makes a lovely neutral, perfect for a light makeup day or pair it with...

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1940 Cream Mascara

1940 Cream Mascara  Mascara can be traced all the way back to ancient Egypt when people would often use kohl to darken their lashes and brows and even wear eyeliner. The kohl was seen as a way to ward off evil spirits and offer protection. Then after the early 1920s when Cake Mascara was primarily used, Cream Mascara was invented. It was made of dyed Vaseline and applied by putting a small drop on a little brush. We have come a long way since then, moving to tube mascaras in different colors and consistencies that offer different benefits such as thickness and volume. So why would we bring back this method of applying mascara? Well, we have many reasons for...

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1938 Cream Rouge

1938 Cream Rouge Our 1938 Cream Rouge flushes your cheeks in a natural and alluring way. Since the beginning it has always been considered good beauty practice to add some nice color to the cheeks, giving them a youthful glow and a healthy look. We designed our Cream Rouge to match the most popular cheek colors of the 1930s. Apricot was used to create a natural look, ideally worn in the daytime and perfect for all skin tones. Our Crimson color was worn for a more flushed look. Blushing cheeks were a staple of the 1930s and continue to be today! Both of these gorgeous rouges can also be used on the lips for an easy two in one product...

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