Fashion trends change in the blink of an eye. But sometimes they come back around, and the things that used to look weird and unstylish set beauty bloggers and fashion houses on fire.
WeGoRo made a collection of trends that are not as new as you might think.
After the makeup craze of the ’80s and ’90s, we cut down on the number of beauty tricks we use every day. But from time to time, it’s cool to lend color to your look and use bright eye shadows. Along with natural lips and foundation, it’s a blast from the past.
Nope, it’s not just for goths and punks only anymore. Just choose the right shade for your skin type, and you can get both a provocative and calm effect with the help of a dark lipstick.
“The brighter, the better!” was the main makeup rule of the ’80s. Colored mascara, which was first issued in the late ’80s, was a huge hit, though this trend faded away and was only used by teenagers. But millennials adore retro styles, so now it’s back on our lashes.
Gwen Stefani made it cool once upon a time, and now it’s time for us to stock up on facial jewelry and glow!
Marilyn Monroe’s sexy beauty spot can now be part of your everyday look. The icon of the ’50s inspires lots of girls to pierce their upper lip. You should only try this if you’re ready for an extreme “trick.” If not, you can always use eyeliner to create a beauty spot.
Nowadays we use blusher for more than just putting an accent on our cheeks. It can create an engaging look if you choose brighter colors and apply them closer to your eyes. Blusher bomb!
Shine bright like a diamond! In the ’90s, glitter was found in many makeup items: lipsticks, eye shadows, and blushers. Modern fashion took it a step further, and now we have it all over our bodies.
You don’t need to be 17 to experiment with your hair color! Back in the ’90s, bright hair colors looked crazy and punky. Today you can stay romantic and express yourself with a wide variety of colors.
Old but gold, they say. Who knows what other trends from the past will rock it in the near future. Beauty never gets old! Tell us in the comments which beauty trend from the past you love to use today.