The attached article from 1922 was written by a clergyman who wished to put the point across that flappers were not really as queer as everyone liked to think that they were.
"Painting faces is no new thing except on occasion. Belles and famous beauties of the past painted for State occasions. But then it was not good form to wear paint in daylight. Now it is, apparently. That many young women now carry this to extreme is not unusual..."
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Click here to read an article about the demise of a popular 1940s hairstyle.