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The Beauty Renaissance We Didn't Know We Needed Is Happening On TikTok

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The Beauty Renaissance We Didn't Know We Needed Is Happening On TikTok

If you've been active on beauty TikTok in the past few months, you've probably noticed that many users have been rocking some pretty amazing 1920's inspired looks.

1920s Drink GIF - 1920s Drink Smoking GIFs

From thin brows to vampy eye makeup, the trends of theRoaring Twenties are back and better than ever. But why now?

Why are these particular trends making a comeback? Let's take a deeper dive into the reasons behind this sudden resurgence in popularity.

The Roaring Twenties

First, let's talk about the decade itself. The 1920s was a time of significant change and upheaval. It was the era of Prohibition, women's suffrage, and jazz music. This was also a time when fashion and beauty trends were changing rapidly.

One of the defining characteristics of the Roaring Twenties was the "flapper" look. This look was all about looking modern, stylish, and most importantly, liberated.

 

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When the pandemic started in 2020, people were suddenly thrust into a situation where they had to stay home and isolated from the world. For many, this was a challenging and stressful time.

But as we all know, when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. And that's exactly what the beauty community did. They took this opportunity to experiment with their looks and try out new trends.

And what better trend to experiment with than the Roaring Twenties? This was a time of liberation and self-expression, two things we could all use a little more of right now.

How to do the 1920s makeup trend

If you want to get in on this trend, there are a few key things you need to do.

  1. First, start with a clean, fresh face. Then, apply a light foundation or BB cream all over your face.
  1. Next, it's time to get those brows on fleek. The 1920s were all about thin, arched brows. So use a fine-tipped brow pencil to achieve this look. 

Tip:TheForChics Eyebrow Fill Pen is perfect for creating precise, thin lines!

  1. Once your brows are on point, it's time to move on to the eyes. For an authentic 1920's look, you'll want to go for a smokey eye. Start by applying a dark eyeshadow to your lid and crease. Then, use a lighter shade to highlight the inner corner of your eye.
  1. To really make your eyes pop, use a black liquid liner to create a winged effect. And don't forget the mascara!
  1. For the final touch, add a pop of color to your lips with a bright red lipstick.

And that's it! You're now ready to take on the world with your fabulous Roaring Twenties-inspired look. So go out there and experiment with this fun trend!



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