Well before Kylie Jenner was even born, creamy brick-brown lipstick (frequently worn with too-light foundation and piecey clipped-back hair) had a major moment. But even those who swore they'd never wear the shade again ended up seduced by the 18-year-old's Lip Kit.
Good news for frosted fans (yes, we're talking to you, Pamela Anderson and Mariah Carey): Shimmery lips are having a resurgence. But now, the opalescent lip hue (seen here on Claire Danes), is sheer rather than chalky and thus much more flattering than its predecessor.
Robin's egg blue shadow had its heyday in the '90s, splashed across the lids of many a starlet. Apparently, makeup artists are feeling nostalgic, because a full wash of the color made its red carpet revival on celebs, including Kelly Osbourne and Jennifer Lopez.
The knotted, messy, partial updo quickly became the hairstyle worn by every street-style star. But once stars including Margot Robbie, Kate Mara and Ariana Grande brought the tousled bun to the red carpet, we knew the look was here to stay.
It seemed like every major mane change this year took inspiration from '90s phenomenon My Little Pony. Thanks to Kelly Ripa, Hilary Duff and January Jones, hairstylists around the country were asked for pink, lavender and blue dye jobs (which also gave us flashbacks to Gwen Stefani's No Doubt days).
Decades ago, eye makeup was worn all over the lids — from the lash line up to the brow bone — in just about every Easter egg color imaginable. These days, the looks is more contained, but also more monochromatic, because (in case you didn't get the memo), matchy-matchy makeup is so 2015.