Back to the 1950s: Tough glamour
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Those wanting to toughen up their look can take inspiration from the rebellious attitude that characterized the beauty aesthetic of the ’50s: black eyeliner, defined eyebrows, pronounced cheekbones and pink lips.
And with unconventional standout pieces such as a pair of Louboutin studded platforms, Narra’s skull bracelet and Givenchy’s bright-yellow envelope clutch, biker chic has never been so accessible.
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