The makeup artists who made the biggest splash in 90’s music were often not the ones you’d expect, says Sharon O’Brien, author of the new book ’90s Face to Face: The 90s in the Making.
In ’90, there was a new wave of people, and they weren’t coming from the mainstream anymore.
It was the ’90ers.
And that meant they were people who had come out of a certain sort of society that had made up its mind about what they wanted to be, and their choices, and the choices of their friends.
And those choices weren’t always necessarily good ones.
They were not necessarily good for you.
And there was no doubt in my mind that makeup artists were part of that group.
The ’90S wasn’t always the ’80sFor those who worked in the industry during this time, the golden age of makeup came in 1994 with the release of the iconic lip gloss line ‘Lip Gloss’.
It was a big hit, and it was a commercial success.
People wanted to have that look, and we were selling it.
But then in 1997, it hit that next level, and then it went mainstream.
Suddenly, the makeup industry had a lot of momentum.
The beauty industry is a business that thrives on new ideas and new ways of doing things, and when it’s on a level playing field, there’s a lot more money to be made, says David O’Connor, an associate professor of marketing at Duke University who studies the industry.
So it was really quite surprising when a lot were not happy about the changes in the beauty industry.
And it was pretty surprising to me that we were seeing the very things that were supposed to be positive about makeup that were actually harmful to our bodies.
In the ’60s, women were more accepting of what they looked like and the way they looked, and so they wanted a more natural look, says O’Reillys, who studied the makeup artists of the era.
I was really surprised that they were saying that, because the ’50s and ‘60% of people were not doing that.
But by the ’70s, makeup was a very serious business, and a lot was happening.
And in the ’00s, that business has really exploded.
And the cosmetics industry had been so successful that it was just too much to handle, says Ms O’Reilly.
The new trend in makeup is ‘shades of past’Shades of the past can be found on the covers of magazines and on the walls of beauty salons, as makeup artists continue to recreate the look of the 1950s and 60s, says Dr. Elizabeth Macdonald, author and founder of the Cosmetic and Dermatology Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh.
The style of the women and the makeup were very different back then, and people who worked with those women and those makeup artists wanted to make it as natural as possible.
It wasn’t as dramatic, or it wasn’t quite as dramatic.
And I was quite amazed to see how much the industry was embracing this.
And so I decided to write this book.
Because I wanted to understand the history of this trend.
And a lot people were doing the same thing.
And they were all trying to make the same look, she says.
The trend for the new trend of the classic lip gloss is a dark, dramatic lookDr.
Macdonald says the new trends are in line with what she saw when she studied the beauty and makeup artists.
And she says the makeup looks are in a similar way.
The old trend for eyeliner was a lot darker and a little more dramatic, she explains, because they wanted the eye to be more expressive and the eyelashes to be a little bit more prominent, to give a more dramatic look.
But the new look is the opposite.
It’s a very minimalistic look, which is why they wanted eyeliner to be very light, and very light eyelashes.
And because the eyeliner is more defined, the eyelash is not as prominent.
The cosmetics industry is very conscious of the fact that these look different because they are different, says Elizabeth MacDonald.
And when you look at a person and see a classic lipstick and then a modern one, the lipstick is much more of a statement.
And modern lipsticks are much more defined and dramatic.
So the new makeup trend in the late ’90’s was not a natural extension of the trend of makeup in the early ’50’s, says Macdonald.
And now that makeup is mainstream, the industry is so focused on the modern look that it has changed, and makeup is very much in line.
Sharon O’Rourke is an associate editor at the RTE television network.