The 1880’s was the era of the “Mademoiselle” and the “Miss”.
Female models wore hats, wore long skirts and wore a variety of makeup.
This was a time when there was more of a focus on fashion than in other eras.
It was also a time where makeup was becoming popular, as the makeup industry developed and women started using more of it.
Women started to wear more makeup for their own good.
This led to an explosion of new styles and styles, and the creation of many new styles of clothing for women.
There were many different types of women’s clothing in this period.
These were often called “modern women’s” clothes, and it was very fashionable to dress as a modern woman.
There was also more of an emphasis on the shape of women and the style of the clothing.
Many of these styles were popular at the time, and many were influenced by the fashion designers of the time.
The style of women was often described as being “ladylike” and “sexy”, or “pretty and stylish”, or even “modest”.
A number of these trends had strong female influences, as well.
Women’s dresses, for example, were generally more feminine in nature, while skirts were more often decorated with patterns and details.
A number were more formal, with long skirts or “sewers”.
Many women were known for their dresses, and were seen as being pretty, sexy and “laid back”.
There was a lot of variety, as women could choose from a wide range of styles.
Some of these were also considered “modern” styles, as they were based on fashion trends from the time period.
However, many of these also had a distinctly “Madame” or “Miss” feel to them.
Some styles of women were even seen as “Madam and Monsieur”, in a very traditional sense.
There is even a popular phrase that originated from the period called “Mademsque.”
“Madomsque” was a phrase popular during the 1880s that referred to women who wore “modesty and beauty”, and who were “Madamas”.
Some women were also seen as wearing “Madama” makeup, or wearing a “Madamen” hat, which was a type of “Madman” hat.
Women who wore Mademsque makeup were referred to as “moders” or as “Monsies”.
Many of the Mademoiselles, or “Madams”, were popular women in this era, and they were often known for wearing their makeup in a “moderately conservative” way.
Women were also known to wear makeup to make themselves look more glamorous.
Some women would wear lipstick and lipstick-esque makeup on their face, or to conceal their natural beauty.
Some makeup was seen as a “laser”, as well, as a light-colored pigment that would change colors when applied to the skin.
Another popular style of makeup was the “Sable”, which was usually red or blue, and could be worn under or over a hat.
The most popular form of makeup in the 1880’s, and still in use today, was the type known as “French make-up”.
In the United States, the French make-ups were popular throughout the 1870s, but by the 1890s, they were very rare.
This made it very difficult to buy or sell them, and there were no stores that sold them.
Many women who had purchased French make up in the past would often have it returned to them, in order to prevent the makeup from becoming worn out and fading.
Some were even used as “make-up traps” in order for people to see them as more natural.
It is very rare to see a “French” made up woman today.
There are a few French make ups still around today, but they are more expensive than the French ones that were popular in the 1800s.
The first “Mades” in the United Kingdom were women who worked in the textile industry, and most were women of European descent.
They were known as the “French ladies”, as they wore red lipstick on their lips and wore red hairpins.
It also became fashionable for the French to wear red lipstick, and this was seen to be a “trend” in that society.
The name “Madoes” was also popular, and these women were often referred to by their full names, and by “Madie”, which became a term used by people who were not related to them or who were of a different race.
In the U.S., it was still common for women to wear their make- up in a French fashion.
There, the term “Madest” was more popular.
Women often wore their makeup all over their face.
They would usually wear lipstick all over the face, and then their eyes would be covered, or they would put lipstick on top of their eyelids, and wear lipstick on the tips of their eyebrows