Beauty trends of the 90s are everywhere - on the catwalk, on Instagram by popular makeup artists and in new makeup collections. We will tell you how not to be afraid of monochrome brown makeup, how to wear blue eyeshadows and do makeup with a lip liner.
The most popular beauty feature of the 90s is the blue eyeshadows that were in our mums' cosmetic bags. In every Soviet film, images flashed with generously applied shadows of a light blue hue.
Blue colors in eye makeup appeared at the beginning of our era among the Egyptians and are still found at the current shows of Fashion Weeks. We suggest combining blue eyeshadows with a perfect tone and nude lipstick, like Elsa Hosk.
In 2020, it will be relevant to walk with brown makeup, made as if by one means (most likely, in the 90s it was). In the 90s, brown lipstick was worn monochrome with shadows and blush in color, and experimented with with blue hues.
And we recommend that you pay attention to the image of Zoe Kravitz, corresponding to the trends of this season: makeup in bronze shades in combination with light brown eyeshadow and more intense lipstick will help to become the star of the party, we guarantee!
The first hint of sheer gloss came from Pat McGrath, who has created a collection of glitter lipsticks and gloss for her own brand. In the 90s, they were very sticky and sticky, with a strong smell of gum or some kind of sweet candy.
Glosses are now being created with a softer texture that fills in imperfections in the lips, and with cool fragrances. Urgently in a cosmetic bag!
Jay Lo's favorite trick is to use a lip liner in any look that is a tone different from lipstick. This makes the lips look plump and fuller.
The only rule for makeup with a lip liner is not to experiment, like the stars of the 90s, with a dark pencil and beige lipstick. Stay out of the contour and blend the shade so that the shade of the pencil transitions gently into the color of the lipstick.
The most popular hairstyle of the 90s is the pulled up hair with strands released. A ponytail, a bun, a "malvinka" … The main rule is thin strands on the face, which can be left straight or twisted.
By the way, this styling visually highlights the cheekbones and favorably emphasizes the oval of the face.