“Retro” can be defined as a tendency or habit of the past that came back to use, redesigned or not.
And it’s not hard to find fashion trends of 50, 40 years ago on the catwalks and in the pop world today.
The retro makeup, for example, is on the rise in the middle of 2016.
Salient features of the years 60 and 70 are present on the faces of fashion icons, music and cinema and we are here to give you tips on how to incorporate them into your daily life and your look.
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If I’m going to summarize the makeup of 60 years, I’d say: striking eyes. Eyes full of eyeliner and black mask were essential in the visual of that decade. To highlight current celebrities that use this style of retro makeup I would pick Adele and Taylor Swift:
Although Taylor Swift hitting the red lipstick, the color of the mouth of the years 60 used to blend in with the color of the skin, as well as the look of Adele in the photo above.
As an example of the original time, I’m going to show the supermodel Twiggy, known as “the face of 1966”:
So let’s go to the tips for a retro makeup defined by Vintagewill.com, inspired by years 60, but in an updated version.
You will need:
- Eyeliner or black pencil (whichever you prefer)
- Mascara black
- Blush in shades of pink and clear
- Base or preferably powder Before I outline the eyes, use a primer on the face and the base or dust. Remember not to press the fixes for the look stay natural.
The outline of the eyes should be done in style kitten. A tip for those who do not have a very firm hand is to make a mark with the pencil before and after, with the eyeliner, model the dash to stay in this style:
Don’t try to do the whole track at once. If you feel better, make the eyeliner the inner corner to the middle of the eye first and then continue the dash to give the kitten effect.
Ideally, the dash start at the base of the eyelashes thin and thickens at the outer corner. If it doesn’t work out, clean with makeup remover and try again. Maybe you need a little time to get used to it.
The retro makeup inspired by years 60 tends to be well loaded, then push on mascara!
For being so loaded in the eye, the recommendation is that the mouth is more clear, so the lipstick that come closer to the color of their skin. But as we saw with the Taylor Swift, the remodeled is for your account and the red lipstick also gives a special touch!
The novel Boogie Oogie on Rede Globo, which just ended in March, brought back some trends from the disco era of the ‘ 70. A lot of color and brightness made up the look of the season to match the discos and dancing songs.
Some brands of cosmetics bet in colored shadows for this winter. And this is the main item in this retro makeup. Little emphasis on the eyelashes and thin lips are also important brands of the 70s, but how do we do a improved version, you do not need to outline the lips to slow them down, nor prevent Eyelash mask.
The tip that gets to before any retro makeup is to apply a primer in the face and then a powder or translucent base just to cover imperfections. No exaggeration, since the visual was more natural, especially on retro makeup years 70.
To the inspiration of this decade, a blush peach clear skin and a bronze for the Brown and black, must be applied to the cheekbone.
For the Shadow indicated vivid colors, pink blue or green. The shadow should be applied across the eyelid. The colored eyeliners, which combine with the Shadow, is also indicated, without necessarily being kitten style.
Mascara should be applied with more intensity in the upper lashes and not inferior to the look as natural as possible.
Taylor Swift, this time in a 70’s version, she abuses retro makeup, no matter the inspiration.
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