Glamour throughout the late 1940s and 1950s was closely linked with the stars of cinema, particularly those of Hollywood films. The fashions, make-up and hairstyles portrayed on screen and in magazines of the time were copied avidly. With the development of television the aspiration of glamour became even more widespread.
A form of magick which involves changing people's immediate perception of you. It generally is simply altering your physical appearance (eye color, hair length, height, etc.) temporarily. However, it can also include changing people's emotional reaction to you. Glamours last only as long as the magician feeds energy into it.
A definition I have seen in many places is, in essence, a photo that focuses attention on the model rather than the model's surroundings, attire, etc. May include full or partial nudity, but nudity is not always an element of glamour.
glam er) a conscious or unconscious exercise in causing an attraction toward Self. Can be used to enhance one's looks or to attract the opposite sex in which exercise could also be called a Comehither but for a more multiple attraction.