18 Beauty Product Ads From The ’90s That Will Make You Feel Nostalgic

A tribute to all those products that filled your Caboodle.

1. CK One

If the ’90s had an official fragrance, this would be it! Also, who didn’t feel cool wearing this?

2. Hard Candy

Clueless isn’t the only contribution Alicia Silverstone made to ’90s culture, she also put this nail polish brand on the map by name-dropping it on The Late Show with David Letterman.

3. Bonnie Bell Lip Shades

Was there a color of mocha lipstick you didn’t try in the ’90s?

4. Noxzema

A scent of menthol probably came to you just by looking at this ad.

Also, Rebecca Gayheart will forever be the “Noxzema Girl.”

5. L’Oreal Mega Gel

This was the best way to achieve that perfect ’90s helmet hair.

6. L.A. Looks

L.A. Looks mousse, the best way to achieve that perfect ’90s crispy crunchy hair.

7. Herbal Essences

The smell! Oh that smell was a “totally organic experience.”

8. Sun-In

This product should’ve come with a warning: Use only if you’re already blonde, unless you’re trying to achieve peroxide orange streaks.

9. Revlon: Street Wear

Street Wear, Revlon’s edgy answer to Urban Decay.

10. Exclamation

Was there a better perfume for less than $20? Probably, but every ’90s girl wore this drugstore staple at some point in her life.

11. L’Oreal Féria Hair Dye For Men

L’Oreal’s attempt to jump on the frosted tips bandwagon.

12. Lip Smackers

You could never have too many.

13. Right Guard Power Gel

What was the ’90s answer to combat mens’ armpit sweat? A gross gel that makes your armpits DAMP!

14. Beverly Hills, 90210

Who didn’t want to be as cool as the “teens” on 90210?

15. Polo Sport

The fragrance that 90% of teenage boys drenched themselves with in the late ’90s.

16. Naturistics Lip Sparklers

Usually these were parent approved since they walked the fine line between lipstick and chapstick.

17. Teen Spirit

Two words: California Breeze. The perfect scent.

18. Candie’s Perfume

LOL, remember when Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra were married?!

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