FOTD: 60s Mod Makeup Look With A Twist Makeup Tutorial

I have always loved the 60s mod look. Graphic black and white shadow paired with lots of lashes is simply hot! And so here is me trying to do a similar look but with a twist. Instead of stark black and white, I used softer colors and of course, lots and lots of lashes.

60s Mod Look Makeup Look

What I Used

* MAC Full Coverage Foundation in NC30
* Red Earth eyebrow pencil
* MAC Gingersoft eyeshadow
* MAC Satin Taupe eyeshadow
* MAC Liquidlast Liner in Point Black
* Myuk Shining Pencil in WT-02
* Ardell Lashes in 116 and Wispies
* Ardell Lashes in 105
* Chapstick

Step-by-Step Tutorial

1. Cover up any undereye circles and redness around the nose with the foundation.

2. Fill in your eyebrows with the eyebrow pencil.

3. Apply Satin Taupe on the entire eyelid and up to the crease.

4. Highlight your brow bone and inner corners of your eyes with Gingersoft.

5. Line your top and bottom lash lines with Point Black.

6. Line the inner rim of your lower lash line with the Myuk Pencil.

7. Apply 116 and Wispies on top lashes; 105 on lower lashes.

8. Finish with Chapstick on the lips.


  1. waaaaah!! I love the 60’s mod look too 😀 I was browsing Sephora’s fall booklet, and drooled all over their version of Twiggy. But I think I’ll try your approach and use softer colors too. You look smoking!!

  2. Awesome! Love the way you did your lashes, and your intepretation of the Mod look. Your site is an inspiration to me.

  3. this has nothing to do with this but can you plz explain what mineral makeup is…thank you~~

    oh btw, i lyk your makeup that yoo do!!!

  4. hey im just wondering , How can I get naturally glowing look even with make-up on?
    and how does korean drama actresses put make up on ? their skin looks so flawless n nature , how do i achive that look ?


  5. I love that look! i used to not want to be asian….but then i think that u look better than all the americans i c!

    • maybe it’s just some oil. I think you can try putting alittle foundation on the eyelids to prevent it! That’s what I read on Covergirl 😉