It's time to whip out the winged eyeliner, ladies.
Next time you go out with friends, channel your inner girl group with big, beautiful beehives like The Ronettes.
If you're headed to a black-tie event, throw on a pair of elegant earrings and a smokey eye to go with your sky-high 'do.
If you could pick just one product that defined '60s beauty, it would be eyeliner. In particular, winged eyeliner that extended a half-inch or so past the eyes, giving eyes a sexy, dreamy shape.
Winged liner now comes in all styles, shades, and shapes, but this beauty look will always be classic.
Glasses can be stylish, but no other frame shape ever looked as cool as the cat eye.
These aren't your mother's cat eye glasses! Take your eyewear game to the next level by going bright or duo-toned.
The name for this eye makeup style might be unfamiliar, but you've surely seen it a lot. In the 1960s, the most famous wearer was actress Diahann Carroll, who kept her eyes smokey and the rest of her style subtle.
Always mi the modern with the vintage, Jennifer Lopez combines this sexy look with shimmery shades that make her brown eyes sparkle.
With stars like Mia Farrow and Twiggy cropping their locks, it's no wonder so many women went short in the '60s.
Very little has changed with this cut — because it doesn't have to! It's simple, sweet, and eternally chic.
Nothing makes you feel quite as cool as a cowboy hat. And with the Spaghetti Western craze of the mid-1960s, it makes sense that everybody suddenly wanted to look like John Wayne.
A little less dusty, a little more dapper: The new cowboy hat can be perfectly paired with a dress or a T-shirt and jeans.
Sixties supermodel Twiggy was known for her gaze. And the look wouldn't have been complete without her trademark long, false lashes.
Don't like liner or mascara? Try these as an easy substitute. Fake lashes define your eyes in one easy step — no clumps, no smudges.
Adding some flair to your hair was practically a requisite of '60s babes.
Headbands aren't just for workouts! Pop a thin headband around your updo for a cute, quick accessory.
There's nothing that says "classic beauty" quite like red lipstick.
If you want to make a splash, go for a true-blue red like Charlize's. Curl your lashes and add mascara to keep your eyes looking awake and defined.
Don't you miss the days when every guy knew how to properly comb his hair? The oh-so-handsome Paul Newman was just one of the stars who styled with wax.
After decades of hair metal and , men's hair has finally gone back to this neat, chic style.
When Marilyn Monroe was the one rocking this shade, everyone suddenly preferred blondes.
Touchable, soft, and just as stunning as ever, platinum blonde hair in big, beautiful waves is trendier than ever.
Jackie Kennedy looked elegant her whole life, so it makes sense that trends she popularized are still big today. This simple, chic accessory is no exception.
They're back! A round, structured hat lends a vintage flair to any simple fall outfit. Just make sure to pin it to your hair if it's windy outside.
With her full pout and even fuller hair, Brigitte Bardot rocked the '60s with this voluminous look.
Tons of volume, plenty of curl, and face-framing layers: The bouffant is still a style worthy of a truly glamorous diva.
That's right: Celebs didn't always shave their underarms! Classic beauties like Sophia Loren opted out of the razor game.
After decades of all-over hair removal, more women than ever are going back to the sans-shaving mindset. We have it for a reason, after all.
Thick, lush brows that perfectly framed the face were treasured rather than tweezed.
After over-plucked brows came and went in the '90s and '00s, full brows finally made their beautiful comeback.