LET COLOUR GO TO YOUR HEAD!
Image scanned by Sweet Jane from LOVING February 5th 1972, with thanks to Kirstin Sibley. Original article by Janice Collier, Hair styled by Harold Leighton, Photographer & Model uncredited.
|Barbara Hulanicki, sketches for cosmetic colours and looks, 1983.|
A selection of shades from the Barbara Hulanicki eyeshadow range, starting at the very top and moving in a clockwise direction, the colours are as follows: Pitchblack No.28; Opal No. 9; Cosmic No.8; Dallas No.27; and lastly Nocturne No.13.
Packaging detail from the Barbara Hulanicki Make-Up range, 1983.
Example of a plastic carrier bag from the range featuring the brand logo.
|Four mascaras from the Barbara Hulanicki cosmetic range 1983. Left to Right; Dracula No.104 (black of course,the name speaks for itself); 122 (a bright metallic jade green, this one had no specific identifying name other than the number but it may possibly have been called Goblin); Queen No.107 (a bright metallic amethyst purple); and finally, Devil No.106 (which is a burnished metallic red).|
Hulanicki Nail Varnish in Tremor No.32 (a burnished old gold).
|Radium No.3 mini blush (a very bright/neon fuschia).|
Hulanicki 'Tremor' nail varnish No.32, art deco influenced packaging detail.
|My complete collection of Hulanicki Make-Up, the two silver compact cases are empty apart from a mirror inside, sadly there is no actual product or indication of what it may have originally contained, but i'm assuming that it would have been pressed powder or perhaps a larger format blusher.|
IMAGE CREDITS & LINKSAll Hulanicki cosmetic product images photographed by Sweet Jane from my personal collection, Barbara Hulanicki illustration 1983 scanned from The Biba Years 1963-1975, Special thanks to Likrish Marchese of Barbara Hulanicki Design for personally providing me with the photograph of the cosmetics display unit and all additional information. You can find Barbara Hulanicki Design here. Barbara Hulanicki on Facebook & Twitter. My post about Biba's American debut, and a make-up tutorial with Biba girl Ingrid Boulting in 1971. And finally, a contemporary make-up tutorial inspired by the Biba look can be found on the Lisa Eldridge website