Retro Hair and Makeup Looks to Try This Fall

Shannon Farrell
Retro Hair and Makeup Looks to Try This Fall
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Every season brings us updated versions of iconic beauty looks. Here are our top picks that make us want to go retro every day this fall. 1920s Sculpt your pixie into sleek waves as seen at Naeem Khan. Hairstylist Rolando Beauchamp used Bumble and bumble Bb Gel ($26, bumbleandbumble.com) to create finger waves around the face. The 20s-inspired makeup was all about the eyebrows, which were filled in using Nars Brow Perfector ($22, narscosmetics.com). Think Lady Mary from Downton Abbey.

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The updos at Badgley Mischka had that feminine aesthetic reminiscent of 40s Hollywood stars like Ingrid Bergman and Lana Turner. (The entire look was actually inspired by Hitchcocks leading ladies). The makeup was equally feminine, with a classic pink lip and subtle blue shadow under the eyes. How to Supersize Your Hair

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And from the back, there was a hidden modern update to the pompadour: a braid up the center of the head. How to Braid Hair, Better: Tips from the Experts

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The hair and makeup at Marc by Marc Jacobs was also inspired by the 40s-era woman. The over-the-top volume was created by Redken stylist Guido Palau who used a curling iron to form pin-curls and then brushed them out for natural-looking waves. And of course, no 40s look is complete without a glossy red lip. Curly Hair Tips to Help You Love Your Texture

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With this classic red lip and barely-there eye makeup, Ohne Titel has us reaching for our matte lipstick and leaving the mascara in the back drawer. Get Amanda Seyfrieds Striking Red Lipstick

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The mod cat eye at Anna Sui was inspired by Brigitte Bardot. Makeup artist Pat McGrath used a black pencil to draw the shape first and traced over it with a black liquid liner to make it more dramatic. These Liners Simplify Your Cat Eye

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That smudged black liner, those tousled black strands Marc Jacobs captured 80s rocker chic to a T. Franois Nars created this lived-in smoky eye by applying black shadow to the crease of the lid, blending up to the brow bone, past the outer corners and beneath the lower lashes. Hairstylist Guido trimmed each wig with a razor to create this choppy shag. The Easiest Way to Create a Smoky Eye

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The grunge look of the 90s had lived-in hair and barely-there makeup. BCBGs models updated it with slightly brighter shadows and shiny locks. However, the snow cap still made an appearance. Bad Hair Day Fixes for Your Worst Style Emergencies

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