5 makeup ideas from the 90s that every woman should try this fall
It is not a secret that fashion is cyclical, and we find evidence of this every season. The phenomenon of new-old trends reinterprets the fashion trends of the past, translating them into something fresh and modern. It's nostalgic for some, while a true discovery for others. That's why we love fashion. This fall, the 90s are coming back! And we are talking not only about clothes but also about makeup trends.
OBOZREVATEL has collected 5 makeup ideas from the 90s that are worth implementing these fall days.
Brown lipstick was a favorite of the celebrity makeup artists of the 90s: it was used at fashion shows, red carpet events, and everyday looks. Now this lip shade is at the peak of its popularity again. Brown lipsticks can be found in any color and texture: the variety allows you to choose the perfect one as almost every cosmetics brand has one. Brown lipstick can be used as an accent in minimalist makeup or as part of a bright look.
Blue eyeshadow has spent almost all of the past decades on the "trend blacklist," associated only with a shop assistant. However, everything has changed. Now blue "eyes" have re-entered the fashion scene. This makeup is more versatile than it might seem at first glance. Thanks to the blue accent, you can make translucent "denim" makeup in the style of the 90s, complementing it with black eyeliner and lip gloss, or recreate the look of iconic movie heroines of the past.
Lipstick with shimmer
Matte lipsticks were on top until recently, but now lip gloss and shimmer have taken their place. Nude and pink shades will be the best: they are suitable for both everyday and evening events, creating a natural effect.
Glitter eyeshadow is also back from the past. To create trendy makeup, it is more appropriate to use medium-sized glitter: it is not small for an even glow and not too large to be visible. You can complement your makeup with lip gloss and mascara.
Black kajal has probably always been in our makeup bag, but the way we use it has changed. It's time to use it again. You can use a black pencil in a trendy smokey eye look, or simply complement your makeup with mascara. Lips can be left as natural as possible so as not to overload the look.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 5 stylish tricks of Princess Diana, Elizabeth II and other royals that you will want to repeat.