A Makeup Tutorial to End the summer – 1960s Inspired

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Over the summer months I managed to complete three summer looks to go with the DIY seashell headband. Ideal for the beach or a summer event, this hippy accessory has been great to reinvent the looks of the sixties.

In the three looks I managed to imitate, I was able to capture the different makeup trends of the era based on the type of event suitable for the accessory and look. For the first look, I did a mod makeup eye with shades of purple and a side pony tail of textured braided hair. This look is great for a night out on the town for when you want to stand out and incorporate the bright colors of the sunset.

The second look which involves a DIY hair product recipe is all about embracing one’s natural beauty. This recipe is great to have on hand after a day at the beach for when you want to keep those natural hippy hair waves. It’s also great for a hot day when you just don’t wanna deal with putting time into stylin’ all that hair. The makeup for this look is simple: mascara, a little bronzer, blush and some lip gloss.

Now for look three – I save the best for last. My favorite sixties look is what I call the Brigitte Bardot look. It includes voluminous teased and curled hair, black eyeliner and a nude lipstick. This look is great; simple, but eye catching. As summer comes to a close, I thought this final look would be great for Halloween inspiration for anyone out there who wants to go for a retro costume! The steps below will teach you how to achieve the lipstick for this vintage look using everyday makeup products.

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1960s Inspired Lipstick Using Every Day Makeup Products

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  1. Using a brown eyeliner, apply carefully around the outline of lips
    1. We applied a Maybelline Kohl Liner in Chocolate Chip
  2. Lightly Blend the brown eyeliner using a scent free lip balm
    1. We applied a Body Shop lip balm
  3. With a fine lip stick brush, blend the lightest lipstick you own with more scent free lip balm
    1. We applied a Body Shop Colour Crush lipstick using a fine lipstick brush
  4. Finally, using a nude or cream colored matte eye shadow, dab the shadow onto the lip to achieve the nude and matted look
    1. We applied Revlon Colorstay Shadow in Bone
  5. Voila!

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