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284 of 365: R.I.P Miss Bettie Page
Thursday: this is the day that an Icon has passed away...a women i didn't know, but a woman i respected and paved the way for others... for years, i've looked up to the photos of Bettie Page, and of course a part of me always wished for that sort of courage...i'm sad to see her go... the rest of my day was fine but i've been feeling queasy all day so i didn't have much time for makeup or play but i got in a lot of much needed resting, curled up with the dogs in my hoodie...er, well me in the hoddie...the dogs beside me :D i know the photo might look odd, but black hoodie and black background make for strange ha... 1950s pinup model Bettie Page dies in LA at 85 By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bettie Page, the 1950s secretary-turned-model whose controverisal photographs in skimpy attire or none at all helped set the stage for the 1960s sexual revolution, died Thursday. She was 85. Page suffered a heart attack last week in Los Angeles and never regained consciousness, her agent Mark Roesler said. Before the heart attack, Page had been hospitalized for three weeks with pneumonia. "She captured the imagination of a generation of men and women with her free spirit and unabashed sensuality," Roesler said. "She is the embodiment of beauty. " Page, who was also known as Betty, attracted national attention with magazine photographs of her sensuous figure in bikinis and see-through lingerie that were quickly tacked up on walls in military barracks, garages and elsewhere, where they remained for years. Her photos included a centerfold in the January 1955 issue of then-fledgling Playboy magazine, as well as controversial sadomasochistic poses. The latter helped contribute to her mysterious disappearance from the public eye, which lasted decades and included years during which she battled mental illness and became a born-again Christian. After resurfacing in the 1990s, she occasionally granted interviews but refused to allow her picture to be taken. "I don't want to be photographed in my old age," she told an interviewer in 1998. "I feel the same way with old movie stars. ... It makes me sad. We want to remember them when they were young. " The 21st century indeed had people remembering her just as she was. She became the subject of songs, biographies, Web sites, comic books, movies and documentaries. A new generation of fans bought thousands of copies of her photos, and some feminists hailed her as a pioneer of women's liberation. Gretchen Mol portrayed her in 2005's "The Notorious Bettie Page" and Paige Richards had the role in 2004's "Bettie Page: Dark Angel." Page herself took part in the 1998 documentary "Betty Page: Pinup Queen. " Her career began one day in October 1950 when she took a respite from her job as a secretary in a New York office for a walk along the beach at Coney Island. An amateur photographer named Jerry Tibbs admired the 27-year-old's firm, curvy body and asked her to pose. Looking back on the career that followed, she told Playboy in 1998, "I never thought it was shameful. I felt normal. It's just that it was much better than pounding a typewriter eight hours a day, which gets monotonous. " Nudity didn't bother her, she said, explaining: "God approves of nudity. Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, they were naked as jaybirds. " In 1951, Page fell under the influence of a photographer and his sister who specialized in S&M. They cut her hair into the dark bangs that became her signature and posed her in spiked heels and little else. She was photographed with a whip in her hand, and in one session she was spread-eagled between two trees, her feet dangling. "I thought my arms and legs would come out of their sockets," she said later. Moralists denounced the photos as perversion, and Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, Page's home state, launched a congressional investigation. Page quickly retreated from public view, later saying she was hounded by federal agents who waved her nude photos in her face. She also said she believed that, at age 34, her days as "the girl with the perfect figure" were nearly over. She moved to Florida in 1957 and married a much younger man, as an early marriage to her high school sweetheart had ended in divorce. Her second marriage also failed, as did a third, and she suffered a nervous breakdown. In 1959, she was lying on a sea wall in Key West when she saw a church with a white neon cross on top. She walked inside and became a born-again Christian. After attending Bible school, she wanted to serve as a missionary but was turned down because she had been divorced. Instead, she worked full-time for evangelist Billy Graham's ministry. A move to Southern California in 1979 brought more troubles. She was arrested after an altercation with her landlady, and doctors who examined her determined she had acute schizophrenia. She spent 20 month
Let me begin with: this was a rough, rough week. It felt like things went wrong at every turn, work was stressful, etc etc. So tonight, when a coworker and I said to each other "Why are we still here at 6 on a Friday" we decided to get a drink. Instead we went to Sephora, and they had the Urban Decay Naked Palette that everyone raves about. I grabbed it but in the process (unrelated to me, I swear) a display of boxes fell on a salesperson, and in my helping him I mentioned my makeup newbie status and he got SO EXCITED to find me a makeup person and give me a lesson in eye shadow. Katie used four shades on my eyes (a base of Virgin to the brows, and then an ombre going from Darkhorse near the lash line to Smog, then Half Baked on top), plus black eyeliner and some mascara. Oh and some concealer and finishing powder for my undereye. In the end I bought the Naked palette, another brush, Bare Minerals Mineral Veil powder, and some eye makeup remover wipes. She forgot to locate the eyeliner for me, and I forgot to ask for it. (I think it was an Urban Decay one.) She was really sweet and not at all intimidating or giving me a hard sell, which is always nice. I asked her a lot of questions and she was great at answering them. The big one for me is that I've found that eye makeup ends up UNDER my eyes quickly, and she recommended the concealer and powder as a guard against it--but by the time I got home, an hour later, it had already begun. I think it's the mascara? It's annoying. Any suggestions? I will say that she put the shadows on one eye and the difference between my eyes was remarkable--in a positive way--but I didn't really love the look until she added the eyeliner, and then it seemed to all come together. I'd kind of wanted to avoid eyeliner because: scary! But now I feel I must go back and get it. Shot with my glasses on since that's how everyone will see the makeup.