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Rare 1934 Maybelline Ad Claims Ancient Maybelline Proverb May Still Be Viable Today...or Not.

By Sharriewilliams
“A woman’s most powerful possession is a man’s imagination.
Rare 1934 Maybelline ad claims Ancient Maybelline Proverb may still be viable today...or not.
A woman can inspire or deplete her man's spirit by the image she projects.   Men are naturally inspired by beauty of any kind... a beautiful car, a beautiful home and a beautiful woman.  Create an image of yourself that empowers yourself as well as your man.
Rare 1934 Maybelline ad claims Ancient Maybelline Proverb may still be viable today...or not.
These words of wisdom were passed down to me by my grandmother, Evelyn Williams, but may not work for today's modern woman...Yet, her beauty secrets are as enduring as the ancient Egyptian Pyramids.

Read more about Nana's Beauty Secrets at http://www.maybellinebook.com/p/beauty-secrets.html
Listen to my interview on Lette's Chat, where I delve further into Nana's unusual vintage beauty rituals.                                                                                  
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/letteschat/2012/12/13/maybelline-queensharrie-williamsreturns-with-holiday-ideas.
Rare 1934 Maybelline ad claims Ancient Maybelline Proverb may still be viable today...or not.
Maybelline ad promotes 1934 film, Cleopatra.

Rare 1934 Maybelline ad claims Ancient Maybelline Proverb may still be viable today...or not.

Cleopatra in 1934 directed by Cecil b. Demille and distributed by Paramount pictures. Legendary for its costumes and specially its set depicting Cleopatra (Claudette Colbert) seducing Mark Antony. The film won Academy awards for best Cinematography and was nominated for best Picture, Best Asst. Director among many others.

Rare 1934 Maybelline ad claims Ancient Maybelline Proverb may still be viable today...or not.

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