Even today, you can't beat a strong red lip.
I still can't figure out how Joan Crawford was successful. She was scary looking.
When she was younger, in the early 1930s she was kind of sexy in a dominatrix sort of way, but... From the Forties on she just seemed to pick up on every unflattering styling trend.I have to admit I always thought St Judy of Garland looked kind of freaky from about 1950 on, something unsettling about her jawline. A side effect of her substance abuse? Poor Edie Sedgwick looked similar towards the end