Categories: MAKEUP

New York opens the first Museum in the world of makeup

“Museum makeover” is preparing to open its doors in new York in Manhattan in may next year, offering a space dedicated to the study of the role and impact of makeup on society. Tickets for the debut exhibition of the Museum will go on sale in March 2020.

The first Museum exhibition titled “the Pink jungle: makeup 1950-ies in America”, her sponsor is brand skin care products Erno Laszlo and supplier of cosmetics Alcone. This event will feature the style icons and artifacts of the decade, exhibited an ancient exhibits such as a collection of tools for face, Erno Laszlo, used by Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo. The Museum will be the venue of unique events, as well as provide area to create a kind of aesthetic spaces.

“Museum makeover is an important institution for cultural landscape in new York, because makeup has a long history of more than 10 000 years, said Doreen Bloch, CEO and co-founder of the Museum of makeup. – There is so much that the Museum make-up and want to explore. 1950th years – the perfect time for our Museum, from which you can start on the debut show, because the 1950-ies – the birth of the modern cosmetic industry.”

“People will be very helpful to understand the importance of makeup and it is an integral part in every culture of the world,” added Rachel Goodwin, the famous make-up artist and co-founder of the Museum of makeup. But Caitlin Collins, another co-founder of the Museum of makeup, says: “We want to encourage the community of cosmetologists to join together for a broad and constructive cooperation from the point of view of both physical and digital touchpoints. Makeup is the past, present and future. Now is the time to do the makeup Museum a reality.”

Gabriela Hernandez, founder of Bésame Cosmetics, is also a supporter of the Museum. She recently said in his Instagram account: “I was involved with this project as a consultant for some time, and we finally get down to implement it. Please visit it and share your impressions. Our mission is to teach, inspire and glorify the history of makeup in all its manifestations.”


Elinor began her career at Condé Nast Britain, working as an editorial assistant for She then moved to ShortList Media where she held positions at and Afterwards, she went to Red Magazine for a year before landing her current post at Who What Wear UK, where she has been since 2016.

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