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Back in the Victorian era, beauty trends were like stepping into a dark and eerie fairy tale. Pale, almost ghostly complexions were all the rage, with ladies going to extreme lengths using lead-based powders that probably did more harm than good. Then there were those creepy, doll-like porcelain masks that some women wore to achieve an unnaturally flawless face – it’s like living in a real-life haunted porcelain doll collection. The obsession with tight-lacing corsets gave off major Tim Burton vibes, reshaping bodies into these unnatural, almost caricature-like silhouettes.
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