Hey NYC and Makeup Lovers, have you heard about the Makeup Museum in town! On September 1st, 2020, they debuted their exhibition “Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America. “Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America”is the first exhibition of its kind, focusing on beauty products, imagery and iconography through the lens of historical beauty artifacts from the Makeup Museum’s extensive collection.
The exhibition begins with an exploration of beauty marketing in the 1950s, the formula and packaging innovations of the decade, key entrepreneurs and icons of the era, and more. Beautiful installations, such as the Makeup Museum’s tribute to Max Factor and his legendary studio rooms, can be enjoyed hands-free and never-before-seen skincare artifacts from Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis can be seen in a touchless and pristine exhibition environment. The Makeup Museum brings together a diverse and talented team of passionate beauty experts. Artwork and graphics from local artists adorn the walls of the Makeup Museum, creating a unique and dynamic space that celebrates beauty culture in a groundbreaking and inclusive way.
They are so excited to officially open the world’s foremost cultural institution dedicated to beauty,” said Doreen Bloch, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Makeup Museum. “The health and safety of Makeup Museum’s visitors and team members are most important to us, and we reimagined our exhibition experience and implemented comprehensive safety procedures to ensure the wellbeing of everyone on-site.”
CDC Guidelines are enforced and masks are REQUIRED!
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Timed Tickets are now available here
For those who are unable to visit in-person, the Makeup Museum launched its mobile apps ($2.99) on iOS and Android, which include Augmented Reality features that bring key artifacts into each user’s home virtually, such as the rare Salvador Dali “Bird-in-Hand” vintage compact currently on display at the Makeup Museum’s “Pink Jungle” exhibition.