A (relatively) subtle sixties eye makeup look - just a simple black line across the upper lashes.
Penelope Tree rocking gold chains and spidery eyelashes.
That darling, daring Audrey Hepburn in a promotional shot for How to Steal a Million.
Jean Shrimpton on the cover of Beauty by Vogue.
Twiggy showing the camera how she applies her legendary eye makeup.
Ultra glamorous model Marissa Berenson poses with tassels in her hair and electric green eye shadow and baby pink blush.
Peggy Moffitt manages to apply eye makeup that upstages this wild Rudi Gernreich print.
Flower child Sharon Tate sports her heavy Valley of the Dolls-era eye makeup along with a purple caftan and hippie staple, a paisley head band.
Edie Sedgwick, known for her legendarily luxurious eye makeup application, poses in the latest sixties baubles.
Yé-yé superstar France Gall looks the essence of badass cool in thick winged eyeliner and a cloud of smoke.
A model from the mid-sixties recreates a peacock feather in an elaborate blend of eye shadows.
Peggy Moffitt, shown here applying her iconic lash paint.
Supermodel Veruschka photographed for Vogue in light lipstick and heavy eyes.
Gorgeous Twiggy shows up the final product of her makeup madness.
Edie Sedgwick successor Susan 'International Velvet' Bottomly sports eye makeup very similar to the Factory Girl herself.
Elizabeth Taylor in her role as Cleopatra, the film that single-handedly started the elaborate eye makeup craze of the sixties.
A model sporting a more classic evening look, complete with lace decals on the eyelids.
Jayne Mansfield, seen reapplying her already over-the-top makeup, in the mid-sixties.
Marissa Berenson, seen again in gorgeous eye-catching makeup.
Liza Minnelli in her Academy-Awarding role in Cabaret.
The most glamorous hippie I've ever seen.