Just another twenty-something gal who is opinionated and passionate about all things beauty and fashion related with an emphasis on the 90's and early 2000's.
Makeup trends of the early 2000s...
Let's just get straight to the point, okay? THE LATE 90s AND EARLY 2000s ARE SUPERIOR when it comes to makeup. This was truly such an iconic time for the beauty industry, there were little to no rules! We had grunge, glitter, rhinestone tattoos, pencil thin brows, and everything in between. If you love the early 2000's and makeup, keep on reading!
The Eyes Have It
Audrey Hepburn once described her eyes as "the doorway to her heart" —vintage Hollywood had some of the best and most clever uses for eye makeup. The tips and techniques used by old Hollywood actresses are some you'd probably never think to use today. For example, Lucille Ball recommended putting castor oil on your eyelashes to make them thick and glossy, and Bette Davis used petroleum jelly under her eyes to prevent puffiness and/or bags. Vintage Hollywood eye makeup and techniques have since evolved, but below are a few genius yet simple rules that I think are vital to daily makeup routines.
- Top Story - April 2018