A newspaper announcement, December, 1923. Each Westmore a member of the Motion Picture Make-up Artist's Association, founded by Ern and Perc. Ern would serve a term as the first President. Meetings were generally held at Max Factor's Headquarters.

A newspaper announcement, December, 1923. Each Westmore a member of the Motion Picture Make-up Artist's Association, founded by Ern and Perc. Ern would serve a term as the first President. Meetings were generally held at Max Factor's Headquarters.

 George Westmore, MGM Makeup Director.  He was using Max Factor Cosmetics exclusively and would often give training demonstrations and collaborate with other makeup artists and hairdressers at Max Factor's headquarters.

George Westmore, MGM Makeup Director.  He was using Max Factor Cosmetics exclusively and would often give training demonstrations and collaborate with other makeup artists and hairdressers at Max Factor's headquarters.

 The King of Kings was an enormous DeMille production and proved to be the pinnacle of George's career. He brought on his sons, Wally and Monte to assist on the film. Sadly, this would be the last film that they would work on together.

The King of Kings was an enormous DeMille production and proved to be the pinnacle of George's career. He brought on his sons, Wally and Monte to assist on the film. Sadly, this would be the last film that they would work on together.

 George perfecting a bob cut, with actress, Constance Bennett.

George perfecting a bob cut, with actress, Constance Bennett.

Following the success of the movie, The King of Kings, George moved his wig making shop to be closer to the studios.  He called it the Westmore Wiggery, but the public didn't come. His sons had become the new sensation and were each heading up the makeup departments at the major studios and in great demand.

 George with his good friend, Constance Talmadge, The Goldfish, 1930.

George with his good friend, Constance Talmadge, The Goldfish, 1930.