What Your Favorite 1960s Women Look Like Now.

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Age is an interesting thing. It can either make you look better, or far worse than you looked when you were younger. Famous Women aren’t immune to this phenomenon, namely your favorite stars from the 60s. Here are the women from the 60’s then…and today:

 

Barbara Feldon

Barbara Feldon is an American character actress who works mostly in the theatre, but is primarily known for her roles on television. Her most prominent role was that of Agent 99 on the 1960s sitcom Get Smart. She also worked as a model. Working as a model is probably how she learned to make her eyes pop with how she dresses and the makeup she wears! Fans who want to take beauty notes from Barbara should never doubt the power of mascara and wearing colors that make your best features pop!

 

Julie Newmar

As the daughter of a professional football player and a Broadway actress, Julie Newmar took stardom seriously from a young age. She studied piano, dance, and classical ballet as a child, and graduated high school when she was only 15! She spent two years playing Catwoman in the wildly popular Batman TV show, but she had never even heard of the show until she was cast in it. She only took the role because her brother said she should! Most people will remember Julie as Catwoman, but she appeared in a number of other popular television shows as well, including The Beverly Hillbillies, The Twilight Zone, and The Bionic Woman. Although she’s still acting today, she’s also been busy pursuing other business ventures like real estate investments and marketing her own patented line of women’s underwear.

 

Donna Douglas

Donna Douglas was an American actress and singer, known for her role as Elly May Clampett in CBS’s The Beverly Hillbillies. She also starred in films such as “Frankie and Johnny”, “Lover Come Back” and “Career”. She passed away in January of 2015. One lesson people can learn from this beauty is about sticking with what works for you. Donna was recognizable by her big, blonde hair, and she maintained some semblance of that style. If you find a hairstyle or makeup technique that works for you, stick to it!