Welcome back face glitter and platinum blond bobs.
If anything epitomized the carefree hippie look of the late '60s and early '70s, it was the hair flower. Bonus: It was both beautiful and feminine.
This time around, the look is much subtler. Smaller buds, like the ones in Marchesa's Fall 2015 bridal collection, are perfect for weddings and summertime parties.
Opaque eyeshadow is a tough look to pull off, but if you take a page from this 1975 CoverGirl ad and stick with mascara only — you'll nail it.
As this model from the Sally LaPointe Spring 2015 show proves, bold pastel eyeshadow is once again gorgeous. Choose a matte texture for a soft, modern look.
Who didn't love Marcia's hair on The Brady Bunch? Perfectly parted with just a hint of a wave around her face, it was the ultimate '70s hairstyle.
Dubbed by NY Mag, the simple center-part is back in full force.
The 1970s featured a lot of funky trends, including wearing sparkles on one's face. After all, how else would you stand out at the disco?
Face shimmer is back, but with a little twist: Rather than simple round sequins, the sparkles are now star-shaped.
With her iconic haircut, music legend Joni Mitchell helped propel a decade-long love for lengthy locks paired with blunt bangs.
Here, supermodel Tyra Banks shows that this sleek style is just as cool as ever.
When someone mentions "feathered hair," Farrah Fawcett is often the first name to come to mind. Seriously, her long, wispy layers were every woman's dream hairstyle in the '70s.
Jennifer Lawrence and other celebs are still loving layers with lots of body, though the amount of feathering is a bit more tame these days.
In the early 1970s, actress Pam Grier starting rocking a gorgeous, full Afro that became her signature look.
Although relaxed hair was in the 1990s and 2000s, the 2010s in blogs, products, and celebrities celebrating natural hair textures. Here, Solange embraces her fuller hair while walking the red carpet.
Vocalist Siouxsie Sioux of British band Siouxsie and the Banshees caused a stir with her big, bold eyebrows and graphic eyeliner.
With liner being more versatile and easy to use than ever, there's no reason not to experiment with your eye makeup in 2015. Try a variety of shapes to see which complements your eyes the best.
Moving away from the mod makeup looks of the '60s, the '70s signaled the rise of more simpler, sun-kissed faces à la supermodel Janice Dickinson.
After the crazy 1980s colors and experimental 1990s trends, we're back to desiring this sweet and healthy glow.
She was called Blondie for a reason. Along with her melodious voice, Debbie Harry was also known for her perfect platinum bob.
These days, singer Rita Ora is owning the blonde hair look, with a stunning pale shade that makes her face positively sparkle.
We bet you'll recognize more than a few of these awe-inspiring frocks.