Vintage Beauty – All The Rage For Summer!
70’s Rock n Roll Glam: What we love about the ’70s was the glam and at Tommy Hilfiger X Zendaya it was done in spades and then they added a modern twist to give it a vintage beauty vibe. For clean beauty look: ILIA BEAUTY
The hottest trend inspiration for spring/summer 2020 is vintage beauty. The new season is also a perfect time to comb through your makeup and toss anything that may be expired or isn’t naturally derived — especially those dried-out, bacteria-harboring mascaras. Curious about which products should replace your outdated makeup? Here’s what ClearLife beauty experts believe are the hottest vintage beauty styles and clean brands to get the looks for the season.
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Photography, Michael Kai Young
Fashion Stylist, Michelle Paiano, Judy Inc.
Makeup, Diana Carreiro
Hair, Duyen Huynh
Vintage fashion supplied by Berman & Co.
Lashes – The Bigger The Better: The 60’s looks were all over at Marc Jacobs. Lashes were highlighted at Gucci with stacks of false lashes on the eyes and brows for a kitschy vibe. Olivier Theyskens, had layered extra-long extensions in coats of onyx mascara, and a heavy-metal gold fringe falsies that glistened on the runway. For clean beauty look: Kjaer Weis
Natural: On the Bevza runway, they kept things minimal by prepping the skin by loading on dewy skincare to get that glowing no makeup look. The face was spot-treated with concealer before applying light foundation, then a minimal powder blush. Lips were a subtle shine with just a dab of gloss. For clean beauty look: Vapour
Painterly Metallic: The glitter trend lives on. At Tadashi Shoji’s they showed galaxy-inspired glittery eyes and nails and Kate Spade was all about glitzed up eyes. For clean beauty look: Alima Pure
The Vinyl Lip: Gucci gave models a slash of translucent gloss for Spring. Louis Vuitton executed the look with heavily lined crimson mouths that were lacquered up for big shine. For clean beauty look: Sappho New Paradigm
Midnight Blue Eyes: At LaQuan Smith, they did a glowing base, dramatic eyes, and swept the denim blue shadows across the lids, dragging the pigment outwards to create a wing and left lips simple by using just a dab of gloss. At Laquan Smith, the added Artisanal and whimsical creating a bold yet dreamy look. For clean beauty look: Sappho New Paradigm