70s Makeup - The Latest Trends

 

70s Makeup - Lets Look Closer


If you've been a fan of the 70s makeup trends, you're certainly not alone. There are many women who grew up during that decade and, even if they don't feel like it, they can't help but look as if they were in their seventies, with all those red lips, fake eyelashes, and other crazy-looking makeup. With the release of a new "Sixties" movie every few months, these old-fashioned 70s makeup trends are just becoming more popular.

But if you haven't gotten around to watching any of the new "Sixties" movies recently, don't worry - there are some great makeup trends you can still wear for your costume parties or for casual nights out with friends. Here's a look at some of the most popular trends.

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These days, if you want to look good, you need to go with vintage-inspired colors and styles. If you were a fan of the classic blue and green of the time, there are plenty of options available now for you to try. You can opt for bright orange shades, a variety of browns and plaids, soft pastels, a bit of red (such as lavender or violet), and more.

70s Makeup Styles

When you're ready to move forward with your look, it's time to add color. Just make sure to avoid red, too much blush, and too much gloss. This is especially true for the eyes, as these can actually make the makeup looks a bit clumpy.

And finally, it's time to take some time to make sure you're prepared to leave your room. While it may seem difficult at first, you'll find that you'll look good in no time.

In fact, it's time to get ready to show off your new look once again, but this time in the evening. Don't worry about keeping your makeup on all night, though. Since you'll be using a lot of moisturizers and face creams, you won't need to worry about having to touch up when the sun goes down.

Even if you decide to wear vintage or classic styles instead of the latest trends, you should still look good in any type of makeup, whether it's from your favorite magazine or online. Make sure that you have your skin properly toned and cleaned, and that your eyes are clear. Sparkling.

70s Make Up Accesories And Prices


Deluxe Jumbo Afro Wig is around 10$

Mens Pimp Platform Black Shoes 40$

Super Afro Wig Blonde 12$

Also please check 70s MakeUp Accesories Prices:

PAT MCGRATH FetishEyes™ Mascara from Sephora : 47$

Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder 8g from Adore Beauty : 54$


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