Anita Page's beauty and makeup hintsMarch 03, 2014
She was the last surviving MGM silent film star; an actress that could play any role she was assigned to. She was dubbed 'The most beautiful face in Hollywood'. She is Anita Page. Anita is one of my favorite silent film stars. She had a magnificent way of acting with a lot of self-control. She could cry whenever she had to for a film. One director asked of her to let a single tear drop with just one eye, which is pretty difficult, but Anita managed to do that. However; someone interrupted and the scene failed. She had to do it all over again, and again she managed to let just a single tear drop from just one eye. Well ... that says something about her acting skills methinks.
Anita Page maintained good looks till her dying day in 2008 at the age of 98. She was of the rare and interesting kind of beauty. So ... what did Anita do, to be called 'the most beautiful face in Hollywood'?
There is no better whitener for the hands than the time-honored lemon juice. This should be put on full strength and allowed to dry, then use a good hand lotion with softening qualities. Hands express so much character that they should be developed more. There is nothing more beautiful than a supple, capable hand. Suppleness and strength can be gained by exercise. Stretch the fingers as wide apart as possible, training every muscle, then close the hand into a fist. Repeat this ten or fifteen times every day. It is also a good idea to make it a daily habit to shake the hands from the wrist quickly for three or four minutes. In this way the skin becomes stimulated, the muscles are exercised and the hand becomes lithe. Because we wash the hands so much more frequently than we do our face, we should give them more cream or oil or hand emolient designed for the prevention of their premature aging. Many women do kill two birds with the one cold creaming action. When they cleanse and massage the face and neck at night they go after the hands with cream, too. Let me simply repeat that nails should be given daily care and should never be worn too long, too pointed or too highly polished. Although this has been said a thousand times there are still women who have not taken it to heart.