The history of “Pin up” girls was invented first time by illustrator Charles Dana Gibson during the period of Belle Epoque in the 1890 with the term “Gibson girl”. The artist created an image of “Gibson girl” and merchandise his creation on different kind of products such as: saucers, ashtrays, tablecloths, pillow covers, chair covers, souvenir spoons, screens, fans, umbrella stands. Everywhere…
Generally, the profile of “Gibson” girl was an iconic representation of the beautiful and independent American woman at the turn of the 20th century. Later, the term “Pin-Up girl” certified when soldiers pinned posters and illustrations on the wall of extremely beautiful models or actress in the 1940 during the War period. “Pin Up girls” hit mass production and became an instant success. Betty Gramble, Bettie Page and Marylin Monroe were the most famous “Pin Up girls” in history.
Get the look
• Try more bold eyebrows.
• “Pin up girls emphasized on the upper lip and tried to make it more rounded.
• They made their hair like a “Victory Rolls” way.
• They wore hot shorts and bandeau tops.
• Must accessories: headbands, hats and scarves.
Special sexy, tripping and charming suggestions of clothing and accessories are given in order to Pin yourself among hundrend of eyes…