Like Justin Timberlake’s Song “What goes around, comes around”, these ’90s beauty trends are back and here to stay. Most of the trends have been around for some time now, but some of them have been killing it lately. Meet our modern take on berry lips, blue eyeshadow and punked hair color.
Deep dark berry/brown or almost black lipsticks were a beauty staple in the 90s and have made a comeback with a bang. These shades look best with a 90s grunge look and smoky grey eyes. Lets not miss out on frosted lipsticks.
Berry lipstick went viral last fall and since then has grown in popularity. They were all over the runway and red carpet. The best parts of berry lipsticks are that they are available in a range that suits all skin tones. It might be an intimidating hue for newbies but try it to fall in love with.
Berry Lipstick We Heart
Drew Barrymore, Taylor Swift, Jacqueline Fernandez
Chocolate lipstick is picking up steam and its going to keep on chugging through 2016. When we see brown or chocolate lipstick, we remember Kylie. Lets not give Kylie Jenner all the credit. These shades were famous in the 90s, but had all but vanished; Thankfully, theyre now back in trend.
Chocolate lipstick we heart
Jennifer Lopez , Sonam Kapoor, Kylie Jenner
No, we are not asking you to go crazy on shimmery frosted lipstick that makes you look like an ice queen in drag. Adding shimmer to lipstick was a big hit back in the 90s, but thanks to the better formulas, the newer ones are a lot subtler.
Frosted Lipstick We Heart
Kate Moss, Kendal Jenner, Deepika Padukone
The only eyeshadow trends you need to adapt from the 90s are lilac, blue and silver. There were many disastrous eye makeup trends, which we dont want to adapt anymore. The runway was only about these colors. Some of the biggest makeup artists swear by these trends.
Lets get real! The bright lilac eye makeup wasnt one of the best trends to be honest. But dont worry, now you can adapt it with a modern twist. You can either go mono color or blend it in a smoky look.
Lilac Eyeshadow We Heart
Jennifer Lopez, Kiera Knightley, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
The blue was no regular blue. This electric hue just adds a pop of color to your look. It has definitely made a comeback with more pigment and pop. It looks utterly fantastic when combined with a smoky eye because it simply amplifies the look.
Blue Eyeshadow We Heart
Christina Aguilera, Lupita Nyong'o, Sonakshi Sinha
A little bit of sparkle never did anyone any harm! How can we forget Mel B from the Spice Girls as she adorned her eyelids with metallic eye shadow? Well its make a comeback; metallic eye makeup has been all over red carpets and runways this past year.
Metallic Eyeshadow We Heart
Mel B, Gigi Hadid, Sonam Kapoor
From the Racheal look, blown away hair to super fun colored hair. We are not leaving them behind.
The Rachel Hair
It was smooth, volumized and as famous at the 90s hit sensation F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Jennifer Aniston hated the style herself initially, but who knew it would become her signature look.
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Jennifer Aniston, Rachel McAdams, Priyanka Chopra
Gwen Stefani and her never-ending experiment with hair color. They have made a huge comeback from greens and blues to pinks and purples.
Protect Your Hair Color With
Gwen Stefani, Bella Hadid, Katrina Kaif
Blow Out Hair
Big and bouncy hair was a rage in the 90s. Its back in trend and who doesnt want luscious volumized hair.
Blow out with
Cindy Crawford, Kim Kardashian, Nargis Fakhri
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