In themselves these things are not unnatural.
The Church has no clear teaching on the amount or kind of make-up, lipstick, jewelry, and clothing one should wear. However, modesty is a virtue that ought to be cultivated.
This begins with an attitude of not wanting to bring undue attention to oneself, and to remain humble and godly. Lots of make-up, much jewelry, and tight clothing usually do not convey humility and modesty, but rather the opposite. Wearing ostentatious adornments or trying to look sexy in order to attract men in a lustful way would be sinful. Beauty primarily radiates from within, with holiness and simplicity.
The one who loves God shines with beauty and goodness.