How to ‘make it’ in 80s style with ’80s makeup and makeup brushes!
MSNBC hosts Rachel Maddow and Mika Brzezinski discuss the importance of the 80s nostalgia trend in fashion and makeup and how it is a perfect fit for the millennial generation.
Mika Brzzeszewski says the trend of the 60s, 70s and 80s has become so ingrained in our culture that the 60’s is now considered the era of the 70s.
“I think it’s a huge part of the cultural fabric of America, and it’s not just a 50s thing, but it’s also a 60s thing,” she said.
“I mean, we can look back and we can say that’s the decade that was so influential on the way we dress and the way that we think.”
Brzezinski and Maddow talk about the importance in the 1980s of the 1960s aesthetic, where we can see how it was a precursor to the 80’s aesthetic.
Mitch Williamson, the designer behind the 60-s-style looks, told MSNBC he doesn’t think the 80-s style has gone away.
“There’s a lot of people who are very, very attached to it.
They don’t like it, and I’m one of them,” he said.”
The fact that you can get the look, the look that has been popularized and is so ingrained into our culture and our culture is going to continue to be around for a long time.”
Brzzeszykewski said the 80 s era has been influenced by the look of the period from the 60′s and 70′s, and how the trends have shifted over the years.
She said that a lot has changed in fashion in the past couple of decades, including the way people dress, the way they think about the product.
“What you see today in the 70′, the 80′s era is definitely very different,” she added.
“It’s very much about style.
You can’t really find anything new or different, but there are a lot more things you can do with your makeup.”
The 80s trend has been around for decades, but Mika said it’s only been with the advent of Instagram that people can get into the 80 s aesthetic.
“We’ve had Instagram since the 80.
So now people can see, they can get their own style of makeup,” she explained.
“The way that people look, that’s a whole different thing, and that’s what we are so interested in.”
The 60s and 1970s are still relevant in the 80 to 90s era, Mika explained, but the 80 is the new 90s.
Brzowskyski and Maddows show off their 80s look with a black face makeup brush.
Mikaela Hesse is a writer for MSNBC and co-host of The Rachel Maddows Show on MSNBC.