2000s Teen Movie And TV Makeup


In the interest of ~nostalgia~, it’s time to take a look back at the makeup looks from teen shows and films we were absolutely obsessed with growing up.

1.

Kirsten’s eyeshadow in Never Been Kissed


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Queen of ice blue eyeshadow. This movie is technically from 1999, but I’m including it because it is just so 2000s.


2.

Jenelope’s blue eyeshadow and red lipstick in Bring It On


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The only thing that could make blue eyeshadow more 2000s was to pair it with red lipstick.


3.

Effy’s smoky eye on Skins


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If you were ~edgy~ in the 2000s/early 2010s, you absolutely WORSHIPPED Effy Stonem and her smudged black makeup shadow and mascara.

4.

Jenna’s blush and lipstick at the bar in 13 Going on 30


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I’m 90% sure she just rubbed her lipstick on her cheeks, which, fair.

5.

Brooke’s eyeshadow during the Boy Toy Auction on One Tree Hill


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I loved how we mixed different pastel shades that 100% did not pair well together!

6.

When Regina put rhinestones next to the ends of her eyes in Mean Girls


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Before Euphoria, we had Regina George sticking some body jewels from Claire’s on her eyes. Iconic.

7.

Jamie’s minimalistic look in A Walk to Remember


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We really loved putting on absolutely zero makeup except some blush and a THICK slather of clear gloss.

8.

…and the exact opposite on Jenny’s face in Gossip Girl


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AKA, what usually happened when you tried to do the Effy Stonem look. There were many days I resembled a raccoon.

9.

Lizzie’s glittery eyes in The Lizzie McGuire Movie


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They matched her dress!! Color coordinating your eyeshadow with your outfit was ESSENTIAL.

10.

Summer’s green and blue eyeshadow in The O.C. pilot


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The higher to your brows you can blend your eyeshadow, the closer to God.

11.

And this girl’s metallic eyeshadow in the same episode


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Is this…is this Jamie Lynn Spears??


12.

Yancy’s bottle tan in Sleepover


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So bad. 🙁 I remember using self-tan lotion to get ready for the first day of school and I showed up with streaks all over my legs.

13.

Brooke’s blueish-purple eyeshadow in One Tree Hill


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Brooke really had a lot to choose from for this list. I loved how her eyeshadow matched her dress, and then the glitter liner really just brought it all together. Iconic.

14.

Shelby’s glitter makeup in A Cinderella Story


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It’s easy to get distracted by Shelby’s hair here, but I’d like to focus on the way her glitter makeup kind of falls all down onto her cheek (it’s more obvious in the actual movie). Nowadays, we might want to clean that up, but here it just adds to the aesthetic!

15.

Katie’s eyebrows on Skins


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Katie had pretty solid makeup (those lashes!!), but LOOK AT HER EYEBROWS!!! They are nonexistent. To be fair, my eyebrows did not exist from 2008–2013.

16.

And Natalie’s super thin and far apart eyebrows in Charlie’s Angels


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Cameron Diaz just did not have eyebrows in any of her early films. I also can’t figure out if it’s the lighting or she has a really bad tan here.

17.

Regina’s frosty pink eyeshadow in Mean Girls


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This is actually kind of cute, but I just don’t get how we didn’t know how to use liquid eyeliner or mascara in the 2000s. It was all about liquid eyeshadow from a tube.

18.

…and Cady’s pink eyeshadow in Mean Girls


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Man, she really did start to turn into Regina.

19.

Lucas’s eyeliner in One Tree Hill


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To this day, I do not know whether the bleached gelled hair and eyeliner was Chad Michael Murray’s choice or the makeup team’s. Either way, I am so glad we got 2000s Boy Band Lucas™.

20.

Here we have the final Goth makeup example, as seen on Eden from The Hot Chick


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To be a true goth, it was VERY important to have dark red lip liner and a lighter red lipstick.

21.

And finally, Heather’s bright gold shadow from John Tucker Must Die


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This is actually my favorite look on this list. She’s wearing top liner AND she has a different color for her crease!! It’s a miracle!

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