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Before there were cosmetic surgery procedures, like butt lifts and tummy tucks, there was Helena Rubenstein (1871 - 1965), who had a long and stunning career in the cosmetic business and who is remembered for once having said:

"There are no ugly women, only lazy ones."

In the attached interview, La Rubenstein made a number of interesting remarks on the matter of beauty, glamor and vanity within society.

Click here to read about physical perfection during the Golden Age of Hollywood.

     


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Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

Helena Rubenstein on Youth, Beauty and Commerce (The American Magazine, 1922)

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