New York City is all set to open a new museum for the beauty lover and history enthusiast.
‘The Makeup Museum’ has a devoted area informing about the impact and role of makeup on the people and society. The museum is ready to open its gate to the people in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, in May 2020.
“The Makeup Museum is a critical institution for the cultural landscape in New York because makeup has a 10,000-year history,” said Doreen Bloch, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Makeup Museum, in a statement. “There is so much that the Makeup Museum wants and has to explore.” She added: “The 1950s is a perfect time period for the Museum to start within the debut exhibition because the 1950s is the birth of the modern cosmetics industry.”
The museum will launch with an exhibition titled “Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America,”. The exhibition will be sponsored by the cosmetics stockist Alcon and skincare brand Erno Laszlo.
The occasion will exhibit the magnificence symbols and antiquities of the decade, displaying vintage curios, for example, Erno Laszlo’s assortment of facial items used by Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe, And featuring artful spaces and exclusive occasions.
“It will be so powerful for people to understand the significance makeup has, and its integral part of every culture in the world,” added Rachel Goodwin, Celebrity Makeup Artist, and Makeup Museum Co-Founder.
Tickets will go up for sale in March. People can access the early ticket waitlist on the museum’s official website. Many beauty influencers, executives, makeup artists will come together for the launch of the museum. Some of them are, Gabriela Hernandez, Besame Cosmetics (CEO), Rachel Goodwin(celebrity makeup artist), and MUA Vlada Haggerty.