We Followed A 1950s Beauty Routine For A Day

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Mary L
Mary L - پیش 2 روز
I've taught etiquette for years and think it offers value to society, but much of these "rules" seemingly revolve more around making an impression than what I believe the purpose of etiquette really is: Respecting ourselves and others. Wearing a girdle or smothering our legs in hot and intrusive pantyhose does WHAT exactly? Social protocol really should be more about respect than making appearances.
Pex Man
Pex Man - پیش 25 روز
Maureen Pirone
Maureen Pirone - پیش ماه
Sorry girls, You still had to shave legs, We didn't have panty hose . We had stockings which were hooked up to garter belts or girdles. Wearing them in the summer made you sweat even more. We even wore dress gloves and hats when dressing up.
Rachel Small
Rachel Small - پیش ماه
I remember when panty hose came in. Prior to that we had to wear our nylons with garter belts. We are slaves to fashion - to this day I can't bring myself to wear white after Labour Day.
Lacy Hay
Lacy Hay - پیش ماه
You can tell how much things have changed. We lost alot of respect for our elders and respect for others. And women back then were not as overweight as women of today are. They constantly cleaned house cook meals from scratch and ran the home while her husband worked. And back then you only needed one income to survive.
Claire P.
Claire P. - پیش ماه
Wasn't just the 50s... we wore these through the 80s at least to work. I can't imagine wearing a work dress without hose. Casual summer dress yes.
Vlad Vanguine
Vlad Vanguine - پیش ماه
A lady never crosses their legs??????
Abeer - پیش ماه
Why is the hijabi girl wearing half sleeves..
Brittany Clementine
Brittany Clementine - پیش ماه
"there are pages on how to sit on a chair"
TASconfidential - پیش ماه
Sorry, but back in the day, men were gentlemen and women were ladies. People dressed better and took more effort into being polished, nd manners were better....
in 2018, everyone are rude slobs, who wear dirty pajamas out in public and your average person doesn’t take much effort except for special occasions... the good ole days had some good benefits and etiquette was one of them
Ilona Öhman
Ilona Öhman - پیش ماه
You don't wear it right. It's a hole project and lots of pieces and several you missed,
MultiDestry - پیش ماه
My step-mother told me that after getting home from her teaching job, she still had to cook supper every night in heels. Her feet look terrible now.
Hanyoko - پیش ماه
People in the 1950s were shallow.
Miss Judacia
Miss Judacia - پیش ماه
Nothing to complain about, all good things to do
Sofia - پیش ماه
What’s the difference between all of these buzzfeed channels? Like what’s the difference between as/is and ladylike? Apart from the people on camera?
zhadom001 - پیش ماه
Thanks for doing this ladies. Butter the corn tho, i like a lady that can eat. :)
Karina Mandarina
Karina Mandarina - پیش ماه
i don't like many etiquette rules of the 50s but please! formality disappearing? wouldn't that be just being sassy, dougebag, or freakin teenager-ish? we're not little kids running around in an island all by themselves.
Me Justme
Me Justme - پیش ماه
In 50 years, Driving will change to Not using your Turn signal, rounding on the right, b.c. car in front is turning left & running through every Stop sign you see, Every Bus Stop and squeezing in front of the person next to you, if they are not tailgating.. oh, wait.... that's now. ;-(
Daisy Flowers
Daisy Flowers - پیش ماه
I know that 50's Ladies didn't use the F word every other word, in a sentence. I remember reading Amy Vanderbuilt's book of etiquette when I was junior high school in the 1960's when dress and etiquette from the 50's was still practiced a lot by Women. Wearing nylon hose which was a rite of passage for we girls. They made the legs look so nice. We were still being taught to sit like young ladies, because after all Dresses were still worn for the most part, unless we were out playing. I saw the late 1960's as when there was more of a change. Pants were worn more and more, and we were getting relaxed, perhaps too relaxed.
BirdieBeep - پیش ماه
A 1950s Beauty Routine and not even a minute in they're already fudged it up.
I see that there, 1930s Makeup.
Bethany Wuebker
Bethany Wuebker - پیش ماه
I'm so glad I'm a man. 😂
readme info
readme info - پیش ماه
"I actually did my make up really well today" ... ouch... really? But... really!?
emacwakeup - پیش 2 ماه
I love how everyone was so prim and proper back then
Aly C
Aly C - پیش 2 ماه
Luckily we are given the luxury of having more freedom on how we can express ourselves nowadays (makeup, dress wear, styling, etc) which is great.. but sometimes I wish things were like this again. It’s like the lady-like values of our time are nonexistent, which is honestly a shame. There’s no respect for people around us, for ourselves —showing an excessive amount of skin for no reason, spewing profanity, looking all unkempt, sitting unlady-like, smh..Its just a disaster, unfortunately
Daisy Flowers
Daisy Flowers - پیش ماه
Exactly! I was born in the 50's grew up in the 60's and 70's so we were around our 50's Moms and other adult Women relatives. We were still doing a lot of 50's stuff, except wearing dresses all the time. Nylons did make our legs look nice, oh and you did have to shave your legs even wearing them, because if you didn't when you took the nylons off, your legs would have a very unpleasant feeling. The 60's girls were the first to wear pantyhose. I remember when they came on the market, and were such a nice change over having to wear a garter belt to hold your nylons up. lol We girls were still expected to exhibit Ladylike behavior, because we wore dresses a lot more then. Even now when I wear pants I sit ladylike. lol
Amber Thompson
Amber Thompson - پیش 2 ماه
Leans back, uses chest as food tray...lmao! 🤣 “women didn’t eat corn”...lol🤪🤙🏻💋🌺
stitchesintobbh - پیش 2 ماه
if i lived in the 50s I'd probably that girl everyone hates because she doesn't follow the etiquette
Lucia Rose
Lucia Rose - پیش 2 ماه
Amy Vanderbilt is a freakin' American dynasty brat.
mijkydoll - پیش 2 ماه
Is it weird that I love all of these so much? What's the problem? I sit like that on a regular. I prefer dressing more modest. I eat according to those rules. I don't see what's awful.
Irix Vis
Irix Vis - پیش 2 ماه
I feel like not many people eat corn without butter or salt
I do
Someone else?
nenabunena - پیش 2 ماه
The circle would be more comfortable if it was the correct size for you
CheesecakeLasagna - پیش 2 ماه
Victorian era beauty routine is where I'm at.
M. Miller
M. Miller - پیش 2 ماه
The reason why the rouge didn't work well is because you had a full face of modern makeup. Back then, it was Powder foundation (or a pan-cake foundation, that was the most popular), cat eye liner (yes, it was made around that time), light, pastel eye shadow that was color coordinated with the outfit, rouge, light macsara, and lipstick.
Leoona M.
Leoona M. - پیش 2 ماه
When i was younger, thought that you wear stockings because it is cold... now i know you do it if you are to lazy to shave 😹
jose Parra jr
jose Parra jr - پیش 2 ماه
Lady’s of the 50’s had real Class,Charm an Manners ..
bill tuqoise
bill tuqoise - پیش 2 ماه
Right...fake boobs, fake butts, fake hair, fake eyebrows, fake fingernails, you're so much better oops faker than those 50's gals.
Yulia Yossef
Yulia Yossef - پیش 2 ماه
Why are people acting like girdles are so archaic? They're pretty much the same thing as waist trainers
CosplayMemories14 - پیش 2 ماه
Some of these etiquette rules honestly made me cringe. …. I remember my family threatening to send me to etiquette school/manners school.... just because I did what I wanted and how I wanted.... But I have to say, the most important thing to take from this above all, is treat others how you wish to be treated. just have respect in general including vice versa male or female.... :3
Sophie Jones
Sophie Jones - پیش 2 ماه
errr... the girdle wasn't the only required foundation garment. You need a slip or crinoline too.
Willow Hicks
Willow Hicks - پیش 2 ماه
I have good posture so the chair thing would be easier but not all the time
Ligeiaz Tomb
Ligeiaz Tomb - پیش 2 ماه
Huh....I naturally do a lot of these. I sit up straight and at the edge of seats.....no elbows on the table...I use condiments as I go....make up similiar. I did not know I had so many old school habits.
Stellar Luminocity
Stellar Luminocity - پیش 2 ماه
Ewww has a disgusting Muslim in hijab.
Samantha Minyard
Samantha Minyard - پیش 2 ماه
The girl with the hijab just refused to do any of the stuff that was uncomfortable. The girdle is supposed to be extremely tight and uncomfortable. Thats the point. The first one was the right size, she just didnt want to feel discomfort. And leggings are nothing like stockings. Why couldnt she wear them under the leggings just for the experience?Why was she included in this if she really didn't participate? I just don't think it was very fair for the other two.
Katrina Reminiec
Katrina Reminiec - پیش 2 ماه
Why not try 1940s etiquette for a week ?
SMD 014
SMD 014 - پیش 2 ماه
Yeah because women from the 1950's looked like "Stephen King's IT"? Um..no, and honestly 1950's fashion and etiquette is far better than a burqa and Sharia Law any day. And you can't participate in the stocking challenge because you're not allowed to show your legs...not because your pants are "more comfortable." "Duh." Muslim girl is really annoying.
nicole crystal
nicole crystal - پیش 2 ماه
you idiotic morons are clueless just shut up
Hannah Cwik
Hannah Cwik - پیش 2 ماه
I lived with my grandmother when I was growing up - she was born in 1906, so yeah, there are some things I do that are definitely old-fashioned (everything from loving old-fashioned candy, like jaw-breakers, to sitting with a straight back and my ankles crossed)!
Cora Gamboa
Cora Gamboa - پیش 3 ماه
its crazy how a man was narrating the 1950 video
Kayla Darling
Kayla Darling - پیش 3 ماه
What book are you guys going off of
Beth Magalski
Beth Magalski - پیش 3 ماه
This video was awesome... so fun. I remember my mom (who was a teenager in the 50s) telling me that she never used the restroom while out on a date. Like guys didn't know that women peed/pooped! Not only that.. when I gotta go, I gotta go. Sometimes holding it in isn't really an option. The 50s musta been crazy!
ffb.6 - پیش 3 ماه
Men had rules too...
Abigail Jack
Abigail Jack - پیش 3 ماه
sorry when I see what they look like that, and what I see know. They look pretty and mature, these days all I see is a bunch of people who's make up makes them look dead.
Beck van Rooyen
Beck van Rooyen - پیش 3 ماه
anyone know where they got that girdle?
Crazy Kitten
Crazy Kitten - پیش 3 ماه
Gotta love how in my family etiquette crossing your ankles was how we needed to sit. Its kinda annoying when your wearing a skirt.
yzaya LiriaN
yzaya LiriaN - پیش 3 ماه
Lol🤣🤣🤣🤣garbage people who want yo learn manners... Thats meeeee!!!
Fair Ani
Fair Ani - پیش 3 ماه
Yeah you had to because your husband would beat you 😒
R. Scougal
R. Scougal - پیش 3 ماه
Modern pantyhose are nothing like old-style stockings.
Merrilee - پیش 3 ماه
My grandmother, as much as I loved her, had the worst feet.
She and other society ladies wore side 7 shoes, no matter what their actual size was. She was most likely a size 9, but could always say she wore a size 7.
ServingYOU Kim Hall
ServingYOU Kim Hall - پیش 3 ماه
In the 1950s they did not have panty hose... they had stockings with garters which was at first separate from the girdle and added to the bulkiness of the girdle. Then they combined the garter with the girdle.
James Kassolos
James Kassolos - پیش 3 ماه
the thing thats missing today is etiquette for Men and Women, the whole idea is to dress well and present yourself at your best and develop you own sense of personal style, be polite and attend to the needs of others, be respectful, don't talk with your mouth full and have some table manners.
Jacquelyn Camacho
Jacquelyn Camacho - پیش 3 ماه
Class is something that people have lost over the past 50 years. I can't imagine the nightmare that will happen in the next.
Butter Pecan Rican
Butter Pecan Rican - پیش 3 ماه
I hate how most of the time in videos like this the people don't actually really TRY to follow the rules/styles/manners that they're trying to emulate.. they half-assed try then just complain the whole time. Can someone please make one of these videos properly for a change?
Anstria Tarot
Anstria Tarot - پیش 3 ماه
Before the late sixties, I wore a girdle, garter belt and stockings. I was slender then, a teenager, and could never do that now. Women were not considered dressed without a bra, girdle and stockings. Some girdles had the stocking tabs built in.
Anstria Tarot
Anstria Tarot - پیش 3 ماه
What do you mean by saying Sarah is a 'garbage' person??? Do you mean her job is with the municipality collecting trash or are you insulting, demeaning and name calling?
Katrina Reminiec
Katrina Reminiec - پیش 3 ماه
They wore this combination
A teddy, garter belt & stockings..watch the movie Scandal if you don 't believe me..
Katlin O'Neill
Katlin O'Neill - پیش 3 ماه
The girl at the beginning with the blush and the it comment made me spit out my drink lol (spit out my drink in the most lady like way possible...)
scottbucko - پیش 3 ماه
Good topic but I cant listen to that child like trendy VOICE FRY of hive minded American women, copy each other, out of control..  But Clear female voice, calm and professional is wonderful. Not these idiots here VICE FRY IS  -15 IQ.
Hillary Conover
Hillary Conover - پیش 3 ماه
My mother always yelled at me for putting my elbows on the table and leaning over my food when I ate, which you're not supposed to do ... I guess it doesn't look too nice. But ironically my mother always ends up spilling food on herself while she sits back politely, and I don't! I guess the lesson here is to be proper but also dexterous with your food.
peekaboots01 - پیش 3 ماه
Those white sandals are filthy. Jeez!
peekaboots01 - پیش 3 ماه
That girdle is pretty. I want one.
Karyn McDonald
Karyn McDonald - پیش 3 ماه
The video forgot to mention that never, never, never did "ladies" swear. I got in trouble for saying "darn" to my mother. lol
andie ette
andie ette - پیش 3 ماه
A slip over the girdle...it took care of the boning issue...and gave you one more thing to worry about...of course they all looked so very elegant...denying basic human rights to a full third of the population..As much as I hate foul language and viewing buttocks hanging out of clothing I still think society is more civilized now(even though a few knuckledraggers wish to go backwards)
Kalynn Paige
Kalynn Paige - پیش 3 ماه
I always chat the kernals off of the corn cob and just eat it with a fork
Santtu12 - پیش 3 ماه
Well, it's kinda strange to see muslim following the beauty rules of the 1950s, cause at the same time in arab world they all were wearing burkas in those days...
Christina George
Christina George - پیش 3 ماه
Read Emily post if you really want to get in to manners.
Set Fire to the Whole Damn House
the girdle was not that weird. I don't wear spanx but apparently every celebrity and their mother does. clothes were not that tight around the hips /stomach so you wouldn't see the hooks anyway.
the only weird one was the sitting protocol. nowadays I think it's considered very girlie for anyone to cross their legs
Set Fire to the Whole Damn House
the girdle was not that weird. I don't wear spanx but apparently every celebrity and their mother does. clothes were not that tight around the hips /stomach so you wouldn't see the hooks anyway.
the only weird one was the sitting protocol. nowadays I think it's considered very girlie for anyone to cross their legs
Suzanne La Force
Suzanne La Force - پیش 3 ماه
My mother had her children when she was older. She always wore a pantie girdle. She wanted me to wear one too, even though I was a size 6. When I was dressed up she wanted me to wear a little hat and white gloves. She wore nylons and heels all the time. The heels ruined her feet, deformed them, actually. She had a painful condition called "hammer toes". She couldn't understand why I wore jeans most of the time. She'd ask me, --- "Why don't you ever wear pretty little dresses?" She'd say, --- "Why don't you ever set your hair?"
Egidijus Valenta
Egidijus Valenta - پیش 3 ماه
Its about women but still they just so want to mention men😂😂😂
Kim van Iterson
Kim van Iterson - پیش 3 ماه
The lady with the hijab was right. Her makeup (already) looked really really nice. I think it looked even better with the blush actually!
princessthyemis - پیش 3 ماه
The girl at 7:20 looks similar to Connie from Steven Universe!
Meleeman247 - پیش 3 ماه
It's just easier to be a slob these days, isn't it ladies.
preston vaanhorne
preston vaanhorne - پیش 3 ماه
Kyla N'Cole
Kyla N'Cole - پیش 3 ماه
preston vaanhorne How do you know where she was born, bro?
suziscool - پیش 3 ماه
I will NEVER wear nylons again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Worst feeling ever.
Theatre Junkee
Theatre Junkee - پیش 3 ماه
Table manners & good posture never go out of style. You don't have to be royalty to stand up straight or chew with your mouth closed. TBH table manners are a deal breaker for me - I can't dine with people who refuse to eat like a civilized human being. It's just disgusting.
My grandmother had us eat lunch with her in front of a mirror several times when we were kids. She wasn't mean about it, just trying to help us develop some self awareness. They were middle class but her point was that "prince or pauper can both behave proper." Never viewed it as putting on airs, just something most anyone can do show respect for themselves & those around them. It's like a dance or a classy conversation.
I've actually landed job interviews & a few dates from ppl admiring my dining etiquette, have had others guess me at a higher educational & socioeconomic level. How you hold your fork, waiting for everyone to be served before digging in, choosing appropriate conversation & tone over a meal, the way you address servers, pleases & thank yous all really speak volumes about your character. If that's "not you" it doesn't mean you aren't a good person, but it can make you look less courteous.
tetracat - پیش 3 ماه
At least in the 1950s we didnt have sjws and ranting in the comment sections of youtube.
Karolina Motuzyte
Karolina Motuzyte - پیش 2 ماه
Normal feminists were considered sjws then if you think about it.
Mm Thomas
Mm Thomas - پیش 3 ماه
A girdle and underslip just look better.  Today's thin fabrics cling to the moist flesh making every little bulges show.  With a girdle, clothes hang much better.  Shapewear is a must with evening gowns.
Jeanne Frye
Jeanne Frye - پیش 3 ماه
I would so rather live it the fifties. LOVE the clothes....
slender man
slender man - پیش 3 ماه
The lady with the hijab is SO ANNOYING
Wrenn Simms
Wrenn Simms - پیش 3 ماه
Ah. I actually quit a retail job when I was in college - in the late 1980s - that required me to wear stockings and would not allow open toe shoes.
Jason C
Jason C - پیش 3 ماه
You are all fat, ignorant pigs who will lead miserable lives. Especially the mohammedan.
La Gatita
La Gatita - پیش 3 ماه
I use any lipstick color as my rouge to match my outfits... :D
Maia Smith
Maia Smith - پیش 3 ماه
I love 1950s etiquette and fashion. It's so pretty and classy!
Keiro Ty
Keiro Ty - پیش 3 ماه
What's rouge
Kyla N'Cole
Kyla N'Cole - پیش 3 ماه
Keiro Ty Blush
constance royval
constance royval - پیش 3 ماه
Now I have even more respect for my mom. She REFUSED to follow the rules LONG before it was the smart thing to do so. Never wore a girdle--she was thin.Heels where for dress up. Shorts or pants where all I saw her in at home. Wonder if ANY real women followed those rules?
topherh33 - پیش 3 ماه
haha the land whale couldn't find a girdle that fit. Too bad women aren't as thin as they were back then
Noot Noot
Noot Noot - پیش 3 ماه
50’s sound like a classy fun time but all the etiquette rules sound sucky
BijuMachinima - پیش 3 ماه
Couldn't finish watching the video because the Muslim didn't take off the hijab. She's a dirty dog
Violentthinmints Twitch
Violentthinmints Twitch - پیش 3 ماه
BijuMachinima ....??? She can keep on her hijab??
Misha Tinney
Misha Tinney - پیش 3 ماه
Where did y’all get the girdles?!
cyberpimp29 - پیش 3 ماه
Jonathan L
Jonathan L - پیش 3 ماه
Except they didn't watch their language.