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80s Whitney Houston Makeup Look Recreated

All things 80s have a soft spot in my heart, including the song "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston.  She looked beyond adorable with her wacky weave and tight little figure, happily living life before Mr. Bobby Brown came into town.  Her makeup is fun and TOTALLY 80s, done in bright pink, a greenish color, blue,  bold gold highlight under brows, candy pink lipstick, pink blush up to the temples....FUN!


I just had to try and recreate the look after watching this mashup/remix of the songs "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" and Cher's "Believe" about a million times (I honestly like this mix more than the songs on their own, tough feat!)

Isn't that song/video super cute?  Love it so much!  Anyway, here's my attempt at the look (go to :20 or 1:14 in the video and freeze frame for reference); I'm pretty happy with how it looks in person, super cute and totally 80s.  *moonwalks in triumph*  The colors that I used were a bit more pigmented/darker than hers, but I'M darker than she is so I used what would pop on my complexion. 


Products used:

Urban Decay in Heat (the red eyeshadow)

L'oreal H.I.P duo in Riotous (the bright green)

L'oreal H.I.P duo in Sassy (the dark blue on outer corners)

Korres Wild Rose Brightening Foundation in WRF8

Revlon Brow Enhancer

Wet n Wild Megalast lip color in 362A

Rimmel Bold Curves Mascara

Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Berry Daring


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