Revisiting The Past: 70’s Makeup Looks

Aug. 21
Do you know what the best thing about the ‘70s was? The makeup, of course. The decade brought us makeup trends that span to the current times. The groovy looks that fitted perfectly with funky the music of that time just make you wish you could travel back in time. But fret not, we will be introducing you to some ‘70s makeup trends that you can still rock.
The ‘70s Face:
Before we start with the trends, it is only fitting to give a brief breakdown of the facial makeup that trended in the ‘70s. it can be broken down in the following key points:
  • Starting with the eyebrows; they must be kept natural, tamed and brushed. Use clear mascara.
  • The same mascara on the top and bottom lashes with shimmer on the eyelids.
  • You can use face powder or light liquid formulas to give your face a natural-looking glow.
  • Liberally apply bronzer powder all over the face and a berry shade for the cheek apples.
  • A light shade of lipstick for the lips. Go for pink or shiny clear gloss. 


The Trends:
Though there are so many trends that we want to recommend from the 70s; but we will make do with the top 5 trends that we believe will suit everyone who wants to try that ‘70s look.
Trend # 1:
Bold bottom lashes were a highlight in the 70s. on the contrary to giving it all to the top lashes, the 70s focused on top as well as bottom lashes equally. So be sure to apply plenty.


Trend # 2:
Glittery eyes were common in the 70s; like way common. No makeup look was completer without a little bit of glitter around the eye. A little bit of eye glitter and you are all set to go.


Trend # 3:
Dewy skin was quite popular in the 70s. glowing radiant and healthy-looking skin accounted for a big part of complete makeup in the 70s. You can achieve this effect by wearing a foundation with a dewy finish. Highlight it to the max to avoid that dull look.


Trend # 4:
Another popular 70s trend that keeps making a return every now and then is the rosy cheeks trend. It’s like it never left in the first place. As rosy cheeks attested to having healthy radiant skin, they were seen worn by almost every woman. 


Trend # 5:
With all that shiny and bold makeup on the eyes, the perfect way to top off the 70s look was to have simple and glossy lips. Besides using clear gloss, you can also opt for a lighter shade of lipsticks with a shiny and glossy look.


The glamorous and catchy looks of the 70s are going to keep making comebacks. It is best to be prepared and practice a bit so you are always prepared to rock that 70s look whenever a specific trend makes a comeback.
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