1960s Makeup Look: Beauty through the Decades IV

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1960's makeup look was very dramatic and the emphasis was on the eyes. It was the ultimate time for makeups.   Ladies surely took some time doing their makeups and hairs because the looks were more detailed.

HAIRSTYLES

The Pixie Cut (made famous by Mia Farrow)

Beehive

Bubble Flip
The Bubble Flip

Other hairstyles...


bubble or bouffant hairstyle

1960s flip hairstyle

hairstyles from the 60s. 60s short mod hairstyle


MAKEUP LOOK

FACE

The face was almost pale. This look was achieved by using a sheer foundation and a translucent powder.


BLUSH

Peach cheeks were famous back in the 60's. Make sure to blend very well to achieve a barely-there, almost natural look.


EYES

So, the eyes were the star of the face during 1960's. The eye makeup should be very dramatic and it should appear bigger and rounder. The eyes have a very defined crease. Light greens and blues were used as a base all over the lids. Using an eyeliner, create a thick line (not too thick though) and make it a little higher on the outer corners of your eyes. Now, thick-looking eyelashes are a must! You can use faux lashes on the upper and lower eyelids. Apply thick coats of mascara. Drawn on lower lashes were also very popular back then. It was made famous by Twiggy that's why they were called twiggies.


LIPS

No more bold, red lips! Light shades of lipstick were preferred to have a pale-looking lips. Pale pinks and peach were mostly used.




1960's BEAUTY ICONS

TWIGGY


JEAN SHRIMPTON


Edie Sedgwick


JANE FONDA


GOLDIE HAWN




So, here is the makeup look that I've created inspired by the 1960's:


PRODUCTS USED:

FACE
Soleil matte foundation
ELF Clarifying pressed powder in honey
Aido makeup set

EYES and BROWS
Fashion 21 color set
Fashion 21 liquid eye liner
NYX JEP Milk
Drugstore black mascara
Ever Bilena precision blender

LIPS
4U2 glam lipstick in 09




So, that's it!

Hope you gained something from this. :)


Stay awesome my dear dudettes! :)
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