Lessons to Learn from '80s Beauty Moments
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We often look back at the '80s and laugh at the beauty moments, but there are many lessons to be learned from all that hair and makeup.
Change Can Be Good2 of 12
Of course, we love embracing each person's sense of style, but sometimes you need to make a change to be more appropriate at, say, the office. Tess from Working Girl is the perfect example. This hair did not say "executive material."
Pretty in Everything3 of 12
On the flipside, we love the nonconformist that was Andie in Pretty in Pink. Redheads like Christina Hendricks and Amy Adams owe a little something to Molly Ringwald for making the color so cool.
A Good Shag4 of 12
Ally Sheedy's character gets a major makeover in The Breakfast Club. But her original shag is actually cool again and seen all over the runways on models like Freja Beja Erichsen.
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There is such a thing as too much flat iron. Sarah Jessica Parker's Janey in Girls Just Want to Have Fun is a victim of this mentality. It's no wonder she lets her girls loose in the awesome finale dance routine.
Bang It Out6 of 12
Not all the bangs of the '80s were hair sprayed to majestic heights. If you're looking for fringe inspiration, do something like what Phoebe Cates wears in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. We love how thick they are.
Make Me Up7 of 12
While a Valley Girl look might be a little much for everyday life nowadays, don't be afraid of makeup, especially a little color on your lips and eyes.
Well Groomed8 of 12
Sloane Peterson was an amazing natural beauty in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. One of the keys to her looks: nicely groomed (but still thick) brows. Don't overpluck, ladies!
Roller Girl9 of 12
Hot rollers can be your friend, especially if you want to look special for a big night out...or a major dance performance like Jennifer Grey's Baby did in Dirty Dancing.
Curl Girl10 of 12
We loved Jami Gertz's ringlets in The Lost Boys. This vampire lover even embraced a few flyaways, which just goes to show that you don't need to overdo it on the product.
Prep School11 of 12
No one did pretty (and prissy) better than the ladies of Heathers. Preppy still works this year. Take note of their classic and simple makeup and hair.
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Sexy bedhead has been seen on the runways for the past couple of seasons. Glenn Close did it as Alex Forrest back in 1987's Fatal Attraction. Recreating this look tonight is totally acceptable.
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