How to get the 1960s beauty look with high street products

Whether you’re attending a thematic party or you just want to try something different, Fashion North will introduce you to products which will help achieve a brilliant 1960s beauty look.

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  1. First of all, clean your skin and prepare with a primer base for long-lasting make up. You can use Prime and Fine by Catrice (£4.03)


Photo credit: Catrice

2.  Apply your foundation. You can use this Rimmel London Match Perfection (£4.52)

Photo credit: Rimmel London

3. Don’t forget the eyebrows. (Brow this way £4.99)

Photo credit: Rimmel London

4. For contouring and highlighting, use NYX palette (£18.75). Don’t forget the brow bone. You can read a review of this palette here.

Photo credit: NYX

5.  It’s the most important part now. For waterline, tear duct, outer V and also upper lashline, use a lot of white colour eyeliner pencil MUA (£1.00).

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6.  For eyeshadow use black for lower lashline, lid and for crease use light brown from Revolution Redeption Palette Iconic 2(£4.00). Paired with white, it should make a ‘cat eye’.

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7.  Eylure London eyelashes (£5.39). For a real 60s look, we recommend this vintage style. Put eyelashes on both upper and lower eye line.

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8.  For the final product, pop on a Nude lipstick. (£5.49)

Photo credit: Rimmel London

Watch the tutorial video below to follow a step by step:

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