Beauty·Posted 3 hours ago20 Style And Makeup Looks From The '90s And 2000s That You'll Want To Recreate TodayThese '90s and 2000s celeb styles were incredible then and still are today.by Amanda EdelmanBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink If you're looking for some nostalgic inspiration for a new 'fit or to add to your makeup routine, look no further. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF CBS / giphy.com / CBSAllAccess-cbs-beverly-hills-90210-episode-117-L3dMnYe3tmLeOJgIhJ Let's start off with some totally '90s and early-2000s makeup looks. 1. Try a deep red lip like Tyra Banks and Gwyneth Paltrow... Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images, Steve Azzara / Corbis via Getty Images ...which Naomi Campbell and Reese Witherspoon wore as well. Mick Hutson / Redferns / Getty Images, Jim Smeal / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 2. Pastel blue eyeshadow was a big trend in the '90s and looks like it would be super fun to recreate today. Ron Galella, Ltd. / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images, Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images Cameron Diaz rocked this look on more than one occasion. Barry King / WireImage / Getty Images, Kevin.mazur / WireImage / Getty Images 3. Look marvelous in mauve! Goop was a big advocate for a sweep of mascara and a deep rosy lip in the 90s. Steve Granitz / WireImage / Getty Images, Jim Smeal / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 4. Smokey and smudged was a big deal in the '90s with stars Tyra and Gwyneth showing off their makeup looks at photoshoots and on the red carpet. Steve Eichner / Getty Images, Robin Platzer / Getty Images 5. Another idea is to try out a statement brick red/brown lip color like Drew Barrymore and J-Lo. Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Images, Ron Galella, Ltd. / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 6. Way before Euphoria premiered, stars like Christina Aguilera and Naomi Campbell wore bright glitter on the red carpet and in fashion shows. Thierry Orban / Sygma via Getty Images, Bob Berg / Getty Images 7. Celebs also kept it minimalistic back then, with a subtle wash of lipgloss and not much else. Steve.granitz / WireImage / Getty Images, Jim Smeal / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images When it comes to style staples in the 90s-2000s, things could get a bit eclectic, but that's not to say the fashion wasn't incredibly fierce, too. 8. Like this glittery glam top and leather pants combo... it's a YES from me! Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic / Getty Images 9. Christina looks so amazing in this 2000s open shirt, low-rise pants, and crimped hair look. Grab your favorite button-up tank and a pair of jeans to recreate this style. James Devaney / WireImage / Getty Images 10. Gwyneth is chic in understated in this neutral scarf-tank and leather pants. Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 11. Goop rocked a similar style here, in a dark cami and beige skirt. It's a classic silhouette. Ron Galella, Ltd. / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 12. Cameron looks great in this cozy minimalistic turtleneck, a beaded purse, and a side slit skirt. The outfit is simple but still makes a cool, effortless statement. Steve Granitz / WireImage / Getty Images 13. A scoopneck tank and tan pants, like Reese's outfit here, were easy staples back then, just as they are today. Ron Galella, Ltd. / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 14. This look is a little harder to put together than the one above but the long white dress and patterned coat are a real vibe. Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 15. We all know Namoi and it's thanks to fierce runway looks (like this chic white dress and duster) that she's become a true style icon. Images Press / Getty Images 16. This animal print sheer goodness deserves to make a comeback. Yes, it's chaotic... but in the best way. Frank Micelotta Archive / Getty Images 17. Tyra's off-duty style is oh so classic 90s. The oversized denim jacket. The Calvin Klein shirt. The sunglasses and athletic sneakers. It's amazing. Jim Smeal / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images 18. Cameron looks like a study abroad student in Paris for the first time with her cropped sweater and neck scarf. Really, she's posing on a red carpet for a film premiere but... details. Barry King / WireImage / Getty Images 19. Grab a pink cropped cardigan, a leopard print skirt, a belly chain, and a pair of Mary Janes to recreate Christina Aguilera's incredible red carpet style. Barry King / WireImage / Getty Images 20. All you need for this Tyra Banks approved look is a strapless leather corset top and sleek black pants. Easy. Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images What are your favorite '90s and '00s styles to wear today?