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  • Writer's pictureKitzie Nuñeza

How To Get The 90's Glam Look?

Many people love the look from the 90s, with its trendy styles, glossy lips, and bold eyes. But even if you were born in the wrong decade, don't despair. It's possible to get the coveted 90s look without overselling your age by adding a little shine and sparkle to your life. It's definitely one of the most over-the-top, expressive beauty eras to date, but also totally fun to bring back every now and then. Here’s how you can relive the decade’s incredible glam trends.

Nude makeup is one of the most versatile looks out there. Whether your skin tone is fair or dark, this look will complement it beautifully. It's also great if you want to try something new but don't feel like splurging on expensive products—the products featured in this tutorial are affordable and easy to find!


The 90s Glam Look is all about long, straight and shiny hair. If you don’t have that kind of hair already, you may want to get it cut. To make it more glamorous, add some accessories like headbands or a ponytail holder with a bow attached; or even just clip some flowers into your locks! For darker hair colors like brunette, avoid using too much bleach as this will cause damage. For lighter shades like blonde or redhead, use chemical-free products so that they stay healthy while keeping their color bright and shiny!



To create the illusion of a chiseled face and jawline, use a bronzer to apply along the edges of your forehead, down the sides of your nose, and on your cheeks. The objective is not to look like you're wearing makeup but instead to look like you have naturally sun-kissed skin. If you don't have any bronzer on hand, simply use some powder foundation that's one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone.


Apply blush on top of your cheekbones in an upward motion so it will appear as if they're popping out from underneath the rest of your face. This technique is called "highlighting" and will give depth to any makeup look! To make this process easier for yourself—and less likely for someone else who might need to touch up later on—use a powder blush instead of liquid or cream ones because they provide more control over how much product gets applied (and where).


The 90's glam look is all about the eyes, so you'll need to have a few key products in your arsenal when it comes time to get glammed up. The first step is choosing the right eye shadow color. For this look, go with a nude-colored eyeshadow and apply it all over the lid of your eye. Then use a light brown color for the crease area below your eyebrow bone and blend it out well so there are no harsh lines between the two shades of color. To open up your eyes, even more, sweep on some highlighter under each eyelid from just above where they join with your eyebrow down through their lower third as well as along their outer edges (where they connect with your cheekbones).

Next, line your upper lashes using either pen or pencil liner—the goal here isn't thickness but rather definition so don't worry about getting too much on there! Then finish off by applying mascara using an upward motion instead than side-to-side as most other people do; that way when people see you looking at them from across the room they won't think "oh no she's staring at me!" but rather "wow she has amazing eyelashes."


Nude lipstick is a classic look that you can rock today. It will give your face an instant lift, and it's a great way to enhance your natural beauty. Nude lipstick is also a great way to accentuate your natural beauty. You can use it on its own or pair it with another lip color for added drama, but either way, the result will still be stunning!

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