Sunday, November 4, 2012

8 Classic Beauty Looks You Can Bring Back To Life!!!!

Blunt Bangs
Bettie Page                                                          Rooney Mara   

Bring them back by letting
them fall straight across your forehead, from temple to temple, and end right above your eyebrows. Keeping your blunt fringe wie will open up your eyes and give you a fresher look.
Vampy Lips
Madonna                                                                Camilla Belle 

Update this trend with an all-over sweep of bronzer and a touch of illuminator on cheekbones to transform your look from “vampire fanatic” to sunkissed goddess.

High Ponytails
Cher                                                                       Jason Wu

Make your tail stand apart from the pack by smoothing down frizz and flyways with a serum, tying it super-high, and spritzing it into place with hairspray.

Bold Brows
Ali Macgraw                                                             Lily Collins

Follow your natural shape and fill in sparse areas with a powder or pencil, then brush over with a clean spoolie brush afterward, for a natural finish.

Rimmed Eyes
Brigitte Bardot                                                        Marios Schwab Model

Bring this back by breaking up the lines with cat-eye inspired strokes. This geometric style not only introduces drama, but widens and elongates the eyes as well. 

Slicked-Back Hair
Veronica Lake                                                        Model

To keep it fresh and out of granny-hair territory, ditch the part and the perfect curls and go for a more futuristic wet look.

Doll Eyes
Liza Minnelli                                                           Zooey Deschanel

Stick a pair of falsies on your upper lash line, crimp with a curler, then coat on very-black volumizing, thickening mascara. 

Blue Eyeshadow
Twiggy                                                                   Prabal Gurung Model

To bring this back its  just a matter of mixing up a range of options and adding dimension. Introduce some dark in the crease for depth, and if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, try a metallic cobalt blue for an intense holographic effect.

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