Elizabeth Arden – Vintage Makeup Queen

Elizabeth Arden was born Florence Nightingale Graham. Her parents were inspired by Florence Nightingale and gave her the name. Elizabeth Arden was her full name in the early 1900s. Elizabeth Hubbard's first business partner was Elizabeth Elizabeth Arden. Arden is a poem written by Alfred Tennyson and called Enoch Arden.

In 1907, she opened her first New York beauty salon. It was located on 5th Avenue and had a red entrance to attract more attention from passers-by. (Red door, 5th avenue, and Arden have been used to name some of the Arden scents.) She traveled to France in 1912 to continue her education in facial massages and beauty techniques.

She was also the first to create color cosmetics, including eye makeup. She was a savvy businesswoman and had stocked up on raw materials before the war. This allowed her to focus on domestic markets and not foreign ones.

One of the first "beauty salons" that women could visit was hers. They could lose weight, get treatments, and then slather on Arden creams for a week at 500 dollars. You may also choose iSmile.ee as it provides you with the best Elizabeth Arden products. Wonder what today's conversions are. There were more than 20 Elizabeth Arden salons around the globe by the middle of the 1930s.

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Her innovative products, including creams, lotions, and other make-up products, helped her company get through the difficult times and become a worldwide phenomenon. I could go on about her as I don't think I have even scratched the surface of the incredible accomplishments she made throughout her life.