Fashion and beauty trends tend to come back from time to time. When it comes to a beauty trend there is always an iconic personality behind it.
Over the years we have seen makeup looks and hairstyles that reminded us of a famous artist. We have embraced that particular style and made it our own.
Thanks to these remarkable women we were able to learn how to do our own makeup, how to experiment with our look and we also learnt specific tricks just by looking at them for so many years.
Brigitte Bardot has given us the trick on how to create the effect of a full pout by applying a nude lip liner and a gloss afterwards. Her accented eyes it’s yet another signature look of hers and it is so effortless and easy to achieve with an eyepencil.
Besides the curvy figure, Marilyn Monroe’s signature look is not complete without her beautiful platinum bob that matches perfectly with rose cheeks and a red lipstick.
Audrey Hepburn and Edie Sedwick
Many people might consider Cara Delevingne as the initiator of bold brows, but sorry to disappoint as we can name a few artists like Audrey Hepburn and Edie Sedgwick, who are known for their bold brows.
The red lips, the perfectly groomed brows, the winged eyeliner to create the cat eye effect and her dark hair kept in long braid or ponytail have inspired so many women and nowadays she is a true force of beauty.
Aaliyah’s smoky eye look from her music video “Try Again” gave courage to many women to start experimenting more with their makeup and highlight the eye area. Aaliyah is also known for her straight ombre locks which in 2020 have gained major popularity.
Long before Kim Kardashian, Grace Jones knew a few tricks on how to sculpt her face. The artist is also known for creating the boldest and extravagant looks ever, by adding vibrant colours on her eyes, lips and cheek area.
Bianca Jagger is one of the famous fashion icons of the 70s and she will always be remembered for her remarkable fashion sense. But women not only love her style, but her hair curled to perfection is the one coveted the most.
Priscilla’s look at her wedding is considered an iconic beauty moment because of the signature beehive hairstyle and striking eye makeup.
When it comes to adding colours to your eyes we have in mind Lauryn Hill with that green metallic liner on the lower lash line and her appearance at the 1998 Grammy Awards with that beautiful purple colour applied as an eyeshadow.
Cindy Crawford’s look can be achieved quite easily with a help of a nude lipstick and mascara. But her signature beauty spot got the attention of many women and they all started recreating her look with the help of an eye pencil.
As much as we can look at Halle Berry now with her long hair, we will always remember her for her pixie hair.
Dita Von Teese
You will never see Dita Von Teese in an event without her signature winged eyeliner and red lips.
The bouffant and the dramatic lashes will always be associated with Sharon Tate’s fascinating 60s look