How to Do ’70s Makeup
February 1, 2019
The 1970s covered the cat’s eyes and the eyelashes of the 1960s under the table to cover the sun-kissed skin, the dreamy colors of the shadows and disco glamor. For a little inspiration, look at icons such as Farrah Fawcett with her radiance in California and Blondie with her sharp punk atmosphere. Whether you want to embrace your inner bohemian style or convey the charm of Studio 54, the image of the 70s can easily revive your everyday makeup.
Farrah Fawcett inspired a barely noticeable trend in the makeup of the 70s, which covered the skin kissed by the sun and natural eyes. The base was minimal, so use a tinted moisturizer or light coating. Apply a bronzer to the temples and depression of the cheekbones for summer shine and apply a peach or light pink blush. Apply neutral brown or skin shadow to the eyelids; To determine, add dark brown to the fold and blend. Finish with two layers of mascara, and you are ready for the dreams of California.
Bohemian goddesses, such as Stevie Nicks and Cher, shook the natural look in combination with a soft but flirtatious eye makeup. Spend on all the wine shimmering brown or burnt orange, do not forget to also apply eye shadow under the lower line of the eyelashes. Align your eyelashes with black or brown eyeliner – brush it with your finger to create a softer line. Complete three layers of mascara for extra drama. Apply a small amount of bronzer to brighten your face, and finish with a red or deep pink gloss for a perfect boho bulge.
Students from 54 people, such as Bianca Jagger, used bold and bright makeup to match their bright outfits. Use your usual base and add a little bold blush to your cheekbones. Eyeshadows, magenta, blue and green, were popular for eyeshadow – choose your favorite and put the color on the cover, lifting it just below the eyebrow. Mix with a clean brush and add a bit of flicker to the inner corners of your eyes. Choose a greasy lipstick that complements your skin tone, and apply a transparent sheen over.
Blondie and Siouxsie Sioux were the queen of a sharp 70s punk style. Punks swept a pale base — choose a base one shade lighter than your skin tone. Apply a bright blush high on your cheekbones and try exaggerated cat eyes or bold eye shadow. No need to mix the shadows – the punks are hugging, – instead, finish your eyes with a generous portion of the carcass. For a modern shade, change red or black lipstick to dark purple or dark red.