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Vintage Makeup is Making a Comeback - Here Are Our Favorite Looks

Trends in makeup come and go, but lately, we’ve been seeing vintage makeup making an awesome comeback! And why not? The 60s and 70s were the decades of glamour, after all, when the most iconic beauty looks were created – the winged eyeliner, the red lips, and the thick false lashes. We found some amazing vintage makeup looks you can copy right now to take your look back in time.

Old Hollywood Glam

We're loving the resurgence of vintage glamour, and Old Hollywood is our favorite era to recreate. The key to getting that classic look is all in the details. First, start with a flawless base. Next, add some contouring to define your cheekbones. Then, fill in your brows for a polished look. Finally, add a pop of color with a bold red lip.

The 50's Red Lips

Red lips are classic, and there's a reason they've been around for so long. They're sexy, timeless, and flattering on just about everyone. If you're thinking of rocking a red lip, here's how to do it like a 1950s pinup girl.

60's Graphic Liner

Graphic eyeliner was iconic in the 60s, and it's been making a comeback lately. To achieve this look, start by lining your upper lash line with a black liquid liner. Then, extend the liner outwards to create a wing. Next, use your eyeliner to create a perfect cut crease above the crease of your lid.

60's Bushy Brows

Bushy, overgrown brows were all the rage in the 1960s and are back on the map this year as well. To get the look, start by filling in your brows with a pencil or powder that's one shade darker than your natural hair color. Then, use a spoolie brush to comb the product through your brows, fluffing them up as you go. Next, use a clear gel to hold the shape in place. Finally, fill in any sparse areas with individual hairs using a pomade.

70's Sunkissed Skin

The '70s were all about sunkissed, dewy skin- and we're here for it. To get the look, start by prepping your skin with a honey hyaluronic complex. Then, apply a light foundation all over the face, focusing on evening out the skin tone. For bronzed cheeks, use a peachy blush and sweep it across the apples of your cheeks.

90's Nude Lips

The nude lip was all the rage in the 1990s, and it's making a comeback! To get the look, start by lining your lips with a nude lip pencil. Then, fill in your lips with flesh-toned lipstick or lip gloss. For extra definition, you can apply a second coat of lip liner. Finish off the look with some clear gloss or mascara.

Achieve this look using: Bare necessity, Exposed or Puppy Love

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