10 Makeup & Beauty Products That Scream ’90s

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You’ve seen the most influential hairstyles of the 1990s, you’ve checked out the most popular ’90s fashion brands, but what about all of those makeup & beauty products that have become somewhat defunct since the particular decade? That’s what we’re here to talk about today.

While you can pick up most of today’s top beauty supplies at Sephora or your local drug store, these ten products have died down over the years due to various reasons like ending trends or just the companies ceasing to exist. Nevertheless, we felt it was absolutely necessary to give a shout-out to ‘em on this fine Throwback Thursday.


Bath & Body Works Art Stuff

Glitter lotions, glitter sprays and even... [NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE}

Photo: Bath & Body Works

Roll-On Body Glitter

Perhaps this is where Stephenie Meyer got her inspiration for Edward Cullen.

Photo: Amazon

Candy Kisses Lip Balm

The major issue: We licked 'em all off.

Photo: Candy Kisses

Gap Dream Perfume

Or Heaven, Grass, Om, Just Petals, etc.

Photo: Gap

Mood Lipstick

Fails.

Photo: Amazon

Sun-In

Blondes, be honest, did this ever really work?

Photo: Sun-In

Hardy Candy Nail Polish

Equipped with their own plastic rings!

Photo: Hard Candy

Bonne Bell Lip Shades

Burgundy lips were a huge trend, so these were necessary.

Photo: Bonne Bell

L'Oreal Hair Mascara

Washed out pretty quickly, but served its purpose of looking tacky for a few hours.

Photo: L'Oreal

Lip Smackers Chapstick

The ultimate!

Photo: Lip Smackers

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One Response to "10 Makeup & Beauty Products That Scream ’90s"

  1. Teen.com
    Katie says:

    lol I still use Sun In

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