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Loads of creators are getting in on the “If YouTubers Were Around In 1999” tag and we’re totally digging it. #ohsnap Want in on the fun? Pick a year (1979? 1987? 2005?), and go for it. Source vintage-style products, add fun graphics, do research on pop culture trends that year, etc. Your fans will love it, and you might get some new subscribers to boot!
Read on for some fun retro style videos from other MagicLinks creators, and, just for funsies, our product suggestions for an awesome 1990s look!
LEARN FROM THE PROS
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
$10.50 on sale at BH Cosmetics
Don’t forget to apply your frosted eye shadow ALL the way up to your pencil-thin eyebrows, and only use 1 color for that 90s look.
$32 at Birchbox
Industrial-strength Aquanet was the hairspray of choice in the 90s, but this conditioning spray is FAR kinder to hair.
$5.79 at Target
It’s not a 1999 look without a French manicure – and these press-on nails are way easier than trying to DIY the perfect white line.
$195 on sale at Revolve
We’re digging the Princess Diana post-divorce-out-on-the-town vibes this puffy-sleeved blouse is giving off.
$148 at Reformation
Pair these jeans with the Steve Madden platforms, or your fave Converse + a cropped ringer tee.
$169 at Sephora
Get the 90s teased look without ratting your hair into oblivion. Bonus: Use this everyday under the top layer of your hair for volume!
Square Claw Clips
$14 at Kitsch
Start grabbing random sections of hair, twisting them into coils, and securing them with these butterfly clips. Boom, 90s hair.
Lipstick in Sugar Kisses
$21 at Too Faced
Frosted lipstick? Oh, it was EVERYWHERE in ’99. Thankfully, Too Faced has updated it for 2019 with this long-wear formula.
$99.95 at Zappos
90s wardrobes require at least one pair of sky-high platform slides – the more impractical, the better.