How To Get Jean Shrimpton's 1964 Glamour Mag Cover Look

05/08/2014 03:05 pm ET | Updated May 16, 2014

Jean Shrimpton may not have liked being photographed, but there's no question that the English model and actress knew how to work the camera.

As one of the most iconic faces of the 1960s, Shrimpton has graced the covers of countless fashion magazines with her beauty captured by noted photographers like David Bailey and Richard Avedon. One of the covers that stand out most to us is the 1964 issue of Glamour.

Shrimpton nailed the '60s mod style with that flipped hair, pastel eyeshadow and pale pink lipstick. Luckily, we can recreate this exact look today thanks to this beauty tutorial.

In the video above, makeup artist and YouTube beauty expert Kandee Johnson takes us through the step-by-step instructions to channel Shrimpton's foxy cat-eye. While Kandee goes above and beyond using face lift tabs to achieve that taut look, we think you can skip that part of the process and stick to kohl liner, pale blue eyeshadow and lots of mascara.

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