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"Cosmetics by Mary Quant
Quant brought out a range of great and affordable cosmetics in up to the minute formulations with innovative cheek contour shaders and highlighters.
She encouraged users to use make up brushes to apply eyeliner and blusher to achieve the hollow cheek, wide eyed look of the model Twiggy. It really was the best make up to use then if you wanted to get the look just so, as it contained information leaflets with diagrams of positions for the blush shading and highlighting which was all very new at the time to ordinary mortals.
Many of the items she designed bore the Quant daisy logo. Vidal Sassoon gave Quant a new equally fashionable haircut that defined one particular 60's look and spawned many variations."--found by using Metacrawler Search Engine
Quant by Quant by Mary Quant
Fine 1966 autobiography from the woman who started it all, published the same weekend as Time magazine's cover article London - The Swinging City, after which, as Mary told me, "American news magazines and TV were often filming both sides of the King's Road at the same time". An engagingly-told tale of how she started out working from her Chelsea bedsit back in 1955 and wound up heading a multi-million pound business. Long recognised as a key 60s artefact, rare in any format, it's high time someone reprinted it.--Metacrawler Search result