Fashion icon of the 60s and hailed as the first ever teen supermodel , Twiggy became an idol for the 60s revolution the moment she stepped into the London fashion scene, circa 1966. Work Twiggy’s look by packing on enormous fake eyelashes paired with nude, pinkish lip gloss and a wash of blusher on the upper cheekbones.
On eyes: MAC 30 & 34 Lash; on lips: Smashbox Limitless Long Wear Lip Gloss SPF15 in Infinite,RM79; on cheeks: Estée Lauder Signature Silky Powder Blush in Tender Petal
Muse and inamorata to David Bailey, who snapped the famed portraits that made her ‘the face’ of the swinging 60s, Jean Shrimpton’s risqué doe-eyed sexuality brought on a new era of sartorial freedom for women of the 60s in the form of miniskirts and knee high boots. Start with defined brows and brown eyeliner set against an intense pop of highly saturated lippie.
On eyes: Shiseido Automatic Fine Eyeliner in Black, RM110; on brows: Lancôme Le Crayon Sourcils in Brun, RM68; on lips: Dior Addict Lipstick in Fire, RM90
The most sought-after model in her heyday in the 60s and 70s, the Dutch beauty had a modern elegance accented with just the right touch of mod to compete with the likes of Twiggy and Veruschka, and went on to found Wilhelmina Models. Get Wilhelmina’s look with thick strokes of black eyeliner on the upper and lower lids and a glossy orange lip.
On eyes: MAC Superslick Eyeliner in Black, RM80; on lips: Dior Addict Lipstick in Parisian Chic, RM90
As the 60s rebellion ripened, German-born Veruschka’s Amazonian Barbie, bombshell persona was a welcome change that made her stand out in stark contrast to Twiggy’s unknowingly innocent, wide-eyed look. For her seductive pout, go overboard with a generous layer of the palest pink lipstick; add a gleam of russet-brown eyeshadow and eyeliner to complete the look.
On eyes: Shiseido Shimmering Cream Eye Colour in BR306 and Urban Decay 24/7 Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Black, RM75; on lips: MAC Lustre Lipstick in Secret Lover