Lucille Ball's makeup drawer at the Max Factor museum, Hollywood California.
Max Factors stage makeup -inside of this pink display case in the front lobby - one of three display cabinets.
Some of Marilyn Monroe's personal items and a few locks of her hair. Below is a copy of the coroners report but the thing that made me sad - and still does, is the blank spot where it mentions her religion.
When you die, will people know what religion you were?
Inside of another display case and you can see they're old and worn.
Max Factors stage makeup. (There's a bottle of fake blood behind the yellow bottle which my son thought was cool.)
Judy Garlands child hood dresses. Poor baby.
Judy Garlands dress.
Max had rooms just off of the lobby where he would greet his clientel' and apply their makeup. The rooms were segregated by red heads, brunettes, blonds, and raven hair.
cootie beauty salon.
What do you think Max used the permanent artistic oils for?
Mr.Max, doing his thang.
(I failed to take a photo of this machine I saw tucked away in a corner.)