Fashion Fair Cosmetics ~ Adverts [1980’s]

“For beauty so irresistible it’s flirtatious.”

These are my pick of double page spread Fashion Fair Cosmetics adverts from 1979 to 1989 (found in Ebony and Jet magazines). The company began back in 1973, producing cosmetics for “women of colour”, and is still going strong to this day.

The Romantic Look Collection

“It is the beginning of a perfect evening with him, dinner by candlelight, dancing as he holds you gently, close… and then the two of your are alone, his eyes speaking silent words of love.”

1979


Hot Chocolate

“Her look is dark, warm, rich and velvety smooth… with just a hint of spice. She’s a Hot Chocolate Beauty.”

1980


Fresh & Easy

“A vivid expression of self-confidence… extraordinary colour that’s smooth and rich.”

1981


The Look Of Elegance

“Exquisite simplicity, ravishing beauty, glorious colour.”

1981


Swiss Chocolates

“You’ll never look sweeter.”

1982


French Wine Colours

“Colours from the great wines of France.”

1983


Casino Colours

“Go ahead! Put your money down and hit the jack pot.”

1983


Mardi Gras Colours

“Festive and fantastic… capture the spirit!”

1984


Fantasy Colours

“Live your dreams.”

1984


Tropical Beauty

“Cascading waterfalls, coral reefs, pulsating rhythms and sultry nights.”

1985


Moonlight & Roses

“All of your romantic dreams are wrapped up in the love-light of Moonlight and Roses.”

1985


Springtime in Paris

“Say hello to the Eiffel Tower, the scent of beautiful blossoms and romance is in the air.”

1987


Invitation to Elegance

“Take romance by the hand.”

1987


Surrender to Beauty

“Give in to splendour when you Surrender to Beauty.”

1988


Heartbeat of Love

“He says I radiate with beauty, sending his pulse racing. His sparks of love have been kindled into fiery romance.”

1988


Colour Seduction

“When the moment calls for romance, slip into Colour Seduction.”

1989


Flirtations

“For beauty so irresistible it’s flirtatious.”

1989


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