April 25, 2014
When the television program "Friends" premiered in 1994, women flocked to the salons requesting the "Rachel" 'do. People were equally affected by the fashion introduced by the show "Mad Men," with boldly colored dresses and classic '60s makeup making reappearances as the hottest trends of the moment.
Popular TV shows can greatly affect the way we conduct our beauty routines, from the makeup products we purchase to the way we match our accessories. Some of the small screen's most influential ladies rock looks reflective of the hottest trends of the moment. While these women may have a team of stylists to help them perfect their appearances, you can recreate the most iconic looks currently on TV by following these steps.
Perfecting the Jessica Day eye look
We may not be able to replicate Zooey Deschanel's large blue eyes, but we can learn from her serious eye makeup game. Whether your peepers are petite or grand, matching the "New Girl" actress' eyeliner strategies can produce pretty results. Start with a neutral eyeshadow base, such as beige or light brown, so as not to make the area too busy. Next, unleash the liquid liner and create a steady, thick layer on the top of your lid, then add a quick swoop to the bottom. Top the look off with a bold mascara, such as the Colorescience Pro Mascara - Black, which provides extra volume to your lashes.
Sharing Shakira's hair style secrets
The Voice's only female judge this season is known for her tropical tresses. While Shakira's mane looks high-maintenance, the singer told Allure that she uses very few products when caring for her curls. People who are prone to straight hair should enlist the assistance of a curling iron, then immediately lock the strands into place with hair spray. Those who are accustomed to out-of-control curls may want to break out the Steiner Kink Control Anti-Frizz Cream, which keeps the curls while eliminating those pesky fly aways.
Copying Olivia Pope's perfect complexion
Kerry Washington may be well-known for playing the political fixer in the drama "Scandal," but she's equally as famous for her flawless complexion. The beautiful star no doubt places skin care at the top of her priority list, as her silky smoothness shines during each episode. Keeping your skin hydrated is the first step to recreating Washington's look. Be sure to moisturize before putting on your makeup, so as not to dry the area out. For those looking for beauty products that may help repair damaged skin, consider an overnight cream that may help rehydrate and detox the area, such as the Elemis Pro-Collagen Oxygenating Night Cream.