Don’t be shy here. 80s makeup is about plenty of gorgeous rich colours. Go for blues, pinks, purples and greens!
Makeup can be expensive, and you certainly do not want to be spending big dollars on your 80s synthetic mink fur eyelash! You’ll probably never use most of it again!
Start by asking friends and family, like aunts, who may have leftover synthetic mink fur eyelash which they never threw out, from their 70s and 80s eras. Score!
Secondly, chemists, drug stores and the cheapie dollar shops actually carry a huge range of gowdy colours and are really cheap.
I saw some gorgeous eye synthetic mink fur eyelash palettes just the other day which would be perfect. These were fun, bright, 80s colours, for only a few dollars. It’s worth spending up to $5 on.
Chances are, you may have a suitable lipstick, in a bright red, or a pretty pink. Also, Nana’s coral lipstick from the 60’s came back in fashion, when Dirty Dancing was released in 1987.
You won’t need to spend much money on your 80s make up, and you’ll get plenty of bang for your buck. Here’s what you will need:
– Black and/or bright cobalt blue eye liner!
– Pink, blue, purple and green eye shadow
– Red or pink lipstick
– Bright pink blush
– Blue nail polish
With your eye shadow, divide your eye lid, and use rich colours. An example maybe to colour your eyelids with blue, pink on your upper eyelids, and purple or green on your outer part of your eye.
Eyeliner is definitely required, especially on the inside of the lower part of your eye, and the top of the eyelid. You will have to pull down your under eye and look up, as you apply the eyeliner. It may feel a bit uncomfortable while you are applying the eyeliner, however remember, eyeliner was always a must of the 80s.
For your blush, like I said earlier, unless if you already have pink blush, use some pink lipstick. Woila! beautiful!
Are you thinking about doing the classic 80s Madonna look?
With your 80s Madonna look synthetic mink fur eyelash, make sure you pile on plenty of eyeliner, and use a dark red lippy.
Ooops, don’t forget your beauty spot!!! (Use a black or dark brown eyeliner to create the dot.)
Deni Griffiths loved growing up in the 80s, and is thrilled to see 80s influences, sneak back into fashion. It has happened steadily over the naughties. As we move into the tweenie teenies, there is evidence in music clips, magazines and movies, that it’s cool to have a fun and zany taste in fashion. Some commentators have put this down to the gloom of the financial crisis, and they may be right.
Also, most of you would have heard about 80s themed parties by now. They are very popular, probably due to the really cool music, and fancy dress fun you can have. Are you hosting or attending an 80s fancy dress party?
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