Return Of Grunge Beauty
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You can't talk about the grunge trend making a comeback without mentioning the era's queen, Courtney Love. Note the makeup is still heavy (especially around the eyes) and the hair piece-y. It's just slightly more done. Though we're guessing she still wakes up in her makeup on a regular basis.
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Alexander Wang's runway shows always start beauty trends, and Fall 2010 was no exception. The "unwashed" hair and the darkened eyes screamed early-'90s in a way that makes us nostalgic. You don't have to wear your hair greasy, but maybe stop washing it every day, and bring back your muddy shadows.
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Even Donna Karan brought some grunge to her polished catwalk. This look is so wearable for everyday. Let the flyaways do their thing and throw your hair into a side pony.
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Young Hollywood actresses like Amanda Seyfried certainly don't remember the original grunge era, but that hasn't stopped them from embracing the laid-back style. Whether or not she knows the words to every track on Nirvana's Nevermind is unclear.
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Angsty bedhead anyone? That's the look Proenza Schouler showed for fall and we love it. Remember how little time you needed to get ready in 1992? Spend a little more time combing than this model, but don't go super-sleek. Throw on some dark burgundy lipstick and you're ready to go.
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Looking for a more glam spin on grunge? Try Jill Stuart's version that pairs mussed hair with a simple winged eye. It's still moody but perfect for a grown-up evening out.
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Seeing that her mother is Madonna, it's not surprising that Lourdes Leon is a trendsetter. She's often spotted out in plaid and dark-rimmed eyes that would have looked perfect at any club in Seattle circa 1992.
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Marc Jacobs originally brought grunge to the fashion elite when he designed for Perry Ellis. And he revisited the moment via the hair and makeup at his Fall 2010 show. Messy hair + no makeup + a wee bit of a scowl = your average '90s high schooler. Drop the attitude and you could wear it to work today.
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Perhaps the most sullen of all starlets, Kristen Stewart has of course embraced grunge. But really there's nothing in her dark and stormy look that you couldn't wear to the office tomorrow.