Obviously an inspiration for the Hell Raiser movies, the 1935 newspaper article reads in part, “The device, remotely resembling a baseball mask, fits over the head and face with flexible metal strips which conform closely to the various features. The strips are held in place by set screws, allowing for 325 possible adjustments. If, for instance, the subject’s nose is slightly crooked – so slightly, in fact, that it escapes ordinary observational – the flaw is promptly detected by the instrument and corrective makeup is applied by an experienced operator.”
Perhaps these beauty micrometers are the answer to midlife make up issues, just saying.
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