We Re-Created 4 Iconic Pop Culture Beauty Looks—Here's How You Can Too

We Re-Created 4 Iconic Pop Culture Beauty Looks—Here's How You Can Too

We studyiconic makeup looks like it's nobody's businessthat's no secret. What we have been gatekeeping a bit, however, is how easy some of the biggest stars' looks are to re-create using products you once have at home. There's no largest time to make our specimen than during Women's History Montha time we gloat women everywhere.

The WWW eyeful team in particular loves to squint when on the pop culture icons of our time and their contributions to the beauty world. Each of us felt inspired by one particular celebrity's squint and re-created a version of it using our own handy makeup collection. It was surprisingly easy to find items to use quickly and scrutinizingly all of the items we used are under the $50 mark. For each iconic look, alimony scrolling. We've shared how they turned out and the word-for-word products we used for each.

I'm not usually one to think I was born at the wrong time, but I will say that I've unchangingly felt a special connection to the '70s. The music of Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, Joy Division, Led Zeppelin, and many increasingly solidified this for me, but there's one particular type of music I would have loved to wits the rise of firsthand: disco. That's why I was drawn to this particular squint sported by Foxxy Cleopatra (played by Beyonc) in Austin Powers in Goldmember. Cleopatra took disco glam to a whole new level by sporting larger-than-life hair, gold shadow for days, and outfits I still think well-nigh at least once a day.

I put my own spin on her squint by subtracting a couple of $5 jewels from the drugstore to it, but other than that, it was surprisingly simple to create with just one gold shadow layered up to my brow area. I couldn't find the word-for-word gems I used for this particular look, but I've included some top-notch ones unelevated that will still get the job done.

"There's something well-nigh French icons like Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin that have had a hold on me for, well, forever. They exudeeffortlessness and confidence, and obviously, I want to as well. When choosing which photo I wanted to re-create, I was drawn to this picture of Brigitte Bardot on the set of her 1963 filmContempt. Everything well-nigh this squint is perfect. Her textured, windswept hair, her moody winged liner, and her plump neutral lips. I tried to do it justice with my own (slightly modernized) version of the squint using some old standbys, including an wondrous designer mascara, an inky liquid liner, a waterproof pencil liner, a flexible foundation, a French lipstick, and a lightweight texture spray." Kaitlyn McLintock, socialize eyeful editor

"Say what you will well-nigh Julia Fox, but she has people talking well-nigh eyeful in a way we don't see a lot of the time. For her, it's not well-nigh enhancing her natural beauty; it's well-nigh subverting it, which I've unchangingly found really interesting. Peopleabsolutely hate Julia Fox's makeup, and you know who doesn't care? Julia Fox. I think we unchangingly think of eyeful as a tool to make ourselves squint better, but maybe we should all be increasingly like Julia Fox sometimes and use it like a weapon. I chose a Julia Fox squint from last year that really got people talkingplus, this era was the peak for people telling me I looked like her." Katie Berohn, eyeful editor

"After wavy when and along between icons like Janet Jackson and Donna Summer, I finally settled on creating a squint worn by singer-songwriter H.E.R. I tend to alimony my makeup very minimal and natural-looking, so I wanted to rencontre myself to step out of my repletion zone and try a makeup squint I wouldn't usually gravitate toward. I chose to re-create the squint H.E.R. wore last year at the 94th yearly Academy Awards: a sheer unexceptionable orange lip, matching blush, and a fun cat eye. I finished off my squint with a super-chic pair of shades!" Maya Thomas, teammate eyeful editor

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