Hello lovelies, today I will be discussing Jean Harlow’s favorite beauty products you can still buy today.
Jean Harlow was born on March 3, 1911, and passed away on June 7, 1937. She was an American film actress and sex symbol in the 1930s. Harlow was only on the screen from 1928 to 1937 before you sudden death at the age of 26. Jean Harlow was signed by billionaire producer Howard Hughes, who directed her first major appearance as a sex symbol in Hell’s Angels in 1930. In 1932 after a series of critically unsuccessful films and Howard Hughes started to lose interest in her career and MGM bought out Harlow’s contract. In the 1930s, Jean Harlow’s popularity rivaled and soon surpassed her other MGM colleagues Joan Crowford and Norma Shearer.
Jean Harlow would wash her hair with Kirks Castile soap and rinsed it with vinegar to add sheen and help maintain the blonde color. She never used a conditioner and would rub hot castor oil into her scalp before washing her hair.
Kirk’s is the only coconut castile soap brand continuously made since 1839. They only use 100% natural ingredients for health-conscious families who want everyday, high-quality cleansing products – free from chemicals – at a good value. This principle dates back to our founder, James S Kirk.
Jean Harlow used Maybelline Cake mascara that she applied with a fine set of brushes given to her by Max Factor.
Harlow loved Guerlain and most likely used Guerlain radiance powder since it has been around since the 1800s and the first bronzing powder ever made. She preferred a natural and healthy makeup look with a glowing complexion.
Mitsouko is a 1919 perfume by Guerlain. Its name is derived from the French transliteration of a Japanese female personal name Mitsuko. It is a fruity chypre whose top notes include bergamot, its middle notes peach, rose, iris, clove, and jasmine, and its base notes vetiver, oakmoss, and labdanum.