Everyone (including IT '90s supermodel Kate Moss) was rocking opaque, glossy neutral shades.
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Nude Lipstick: NOW
Nude lip colors are now much more wearable. Stick to sheer or semi-glossy versions to keep your pout looking subtle and pretty.
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Hair Flowers: THEN
Drew Barrymore worked the flowers-in-the-hair look years before any celeb stepped foot at Coachella.
Bonus: Drew's also flaunting a lovely berry red lip that's still right on trend today. Just make sure to follow this trick so your lipstick never rubs off on your teeth.
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Hair Flowers: NOW
While the giant flower crowns we're seeing all over college campuses may not be your thing, you can still try out this trend by wearing a simple floral headband like Keira Knightley's. Keep your makeup neutral for a more natural look.
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Metallic Eyeshadow: THEN
Spice Girl Mel B (aka Scary Spice) never shied away from a bold fashion (or makeup!) trend. And that includes the shimmery eyeshadow she wore all the way up to her brows, here.
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Metallic Eyeshadow: NOW
Metallic eye makeup has been all over red carpets and runways in the past year. Case in point: This sparkly look from the Barbara Bui Spring/Summer 2015 show. If you want something that's more subtle and summer-ready, stick to warmer rose gold shades and skip any liner.
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Visible Roots: THEN
During the '90s, stars like Courtney Love, Kate Moss, and Drew Barrymore popularized the grunge-y chicness of not hiding your roots.
If you got a manicure in the '90s, chances are you had French tips at least once.
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French Manicure: NOW
With nail art and DIY manicures exploding over the past several years, women have gotten more creative with this classic design. Here, Jennifer Lopez rocks an iridescent base color with a scarlet French tip.
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Berry Lips: THEN
This was the most '90s of lip colors. Here, Ashley Judd wears it with a feathered pixie, another popular trend from the time.
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Berry Lips: NOW
As grunge style makes its way back into the mainstream, so has this deep shade of lipstick. For a sultry take, pair your berry lips with smokey gray eye makeup like Megan Fox, here.
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Blue Eyeshadow: THEN
Who could forget the frosty blue eyeshadow that everybody wore in the 1990s? Of all the decade's beauty trends, this one seemed destined to be left behind forever. And yet...
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Blue Eyeshadow: NOW
Blue eyeshadow got a big update after being reimagined in more modern shades. We're loving the azure hue Lupita Nyong'o wears here.
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Pink Hair: THEN
Though she's primarily known for her platinum blonde locks, Gwen Stefani and numerous other '90s celebs dyed their strands bold shades of pink.
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Pink Hair: NOW
Rainbow shades are back. But rather than going full-throttle hot pink, celebrities like January Jones have opted for pastel blush shades instead.
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Frosted Lipstick: THEN
Not only did Pamela Anderson rock the thin brows, bottle blonde hair, and shimmery shadow the decade was famous for, she was also a big fan of frosted lipstick.
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Frosted Lipstick: NOW
After years of matte and satin textures taking over the red carpet, frosted lips have finally returned. This time, they're softer and sheerer, like this baby pink shade worn by Taylor Swift at the 2014 Grammy Awards.