1970’s Fashion – Get the Makeup Look of Jennifer O’Neill

Jennifer O'Neill

Here’s a 1975 magazine cover of actress Jennifer O’Neill. She’s one of those people that if you see her today, she’s even more beautiful. I guess nine marriages keeps you looking youthful 😉 Jennifer now resides in Nashville on a horse farm. Here’s what I did to get this mid-70’s look:

FACE: With my fingers, I blended Guerlain Lingerie de Peau Foundation in Beige Clair. Under the eyes, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With the brush included, I applied a light dusting of Lancôme Colour Ideal Pressed Powder in Medium 10. I also contoured down the nose and forhead with a contouring powder. In the hollows of the cheeks, I applied with a medium sized blush brush, Clarins Bronzing Powder in Golden Sun, a lighter hued bronzer, blending upwards.

EYES: Brows are very defined. I used Benefit Brow Zings in Medium. I applied the powder and set with the wax. For the eyeshadow, I’m using Lancôme Color Design. From lashline to brows, I applied Honeymoon, a shimmery champagne. With a blending shadow brush, I applied Couture, a matte chocolate above the crease. And in the outer “v”. And smudged on the bottom lashline. On the inner lid, I applied Optic, a slightly shimmery stone. I lined the top lashline with Avon Ultra Luxury Eye Liner in Dark Brown. I also lined the top waterline. I lined the bottom lashline over 3/4 of the way. Not on the waterline! On the bottom waterline, I applied L’Oreal HIP Chrome Eyeliner in Silver Ligthing, a metallic silver. I curled lashes and applied a few coats of Maybelline Full ‘n Soft Mascara (not pictured). Since I have no eyelashes, I applied Ardell lashes. If you have thick lashes you can go without the falsies. And if you have thick lashes, hug your mamma for giving you great genetics.

1970's makeup tutorial

LIPS: I lined my natural lip line with Revlon ColorStay Liner in Natural, the name is what it is. I applied Badger Lip Tint in Red Jasper, a netural “redder” than my lips color. I applied a small amount of e.l.f. Minty Lip Gloss in Nashville, a neutral tan. And what an appropriate name!

Get the makeup look of Jennifer O'Neill

For a fragrance I went with the original Prada EDP. I wanted something woodsy and ambery.

I like this look because it’s still pretty now. And the hair isn’t awful like most 70’s style 🙂 I apologize about my picture. It’s so annoying to take pictures when there is no sunlight.

Do you have any weekend plans? I don’t really have any. I seriously need to go to the spice market. I’m all out of cumin and that’s just wrong for the EauMG household. And I have some projects to wrap up this weekend. So, yeah, not an exciting weekend but I hope you’ll have a great one!

*Jennifer O’Neill pic from People. Post contains affiliate links excluding Avon.

5 thoughts on “1970’s Fashion – Get the Makeup Look of Jennifer O’Neill

  1. As a 70’s baby (’74), I’m always obsessed with beauty and fashion trends of that era. One of my favorite beauty icons of that time is my mom – she was Cher like with long straight black hair early 70’s to Haute Disco like Bianca Jagger in the late 70’s.

    I love your look – you look stunning regardless of lack of sunlight!
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    • I think one thing that I find interesting about the 70’s is that I liked the styles and beauty of non-famous women from the era. Just look at year books! I don’t “get” the popular ladies or models; there are exceptions, of course. I LOVE Cher and Bianca. I think other than fried hair (which I shouldn’t pick on the 70’s for that, hello 60’s & 80’s!) but I didn’t like the fried skin look. Everyone tanned and the fact is, no everyone looks good with a tan. Or maybe I’m just saying that because I’m jealous of places and people that see sunlight 😉

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