Runway Beauty Trends
Runway Beauty Trends
Pat McGrath for Anna Sui
McGrath brightened up the cheeks using Max Factor Color Genius Blush in Roses, which she applied along the entire cheekbone, giving it a very flirty appeal.
Fulvia Farolfi for Betsey Johnson
Stila makeup artist Farolfi left the face bare, foregoing foundation and used Stila Covertible Color in Gladiola (an orange-y shade) on cheeks to give a young, fresh look to the models.
Polly Osmond for Nanette Lepore
Models got what makeup artist Osmond calls a "bohemian traveler" look. She used MAC Blushcreme in Laid Back on the apples for a rosy glow followed by Antique Rose Cream Colour Base on top of that.
James Kaliardos for Nicole Miller
The only splash of color on models' faces at Nicole Miller was dramatic blue eye shadow-makeup artist James Kaliardos used MAC Marine Blue Ultra Paint Stick, topped with Freshwater and Atlantic Blue shadows to create depth.
Tom Pecheux for Badgley Mischka
Makeup artist Tom Pecheux used gray shadow, navy shimmer and gold eye pencil from MAC to create this layered look at Badgley Mischka.
Charlotte Tilbury for Jill Stuart
Tilbury used purple shades (a rich hue above the crease and a paler one along the brow bone) from her My Face line to emphasize the eyes at the Jill Stuart.
Charlotte Tilbury for Donna Karan
Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury opted for shades that mimicked a sepia-toned photograph at Donna Karan. Combining MAC Copper Walnut PRO gloss and Reflects Gold shadow, she covered the eye area from lid to eyebrow in the bronze-y hue, which emphasized the brow bone.
Kevin Ryan for Jason Wu
The vibe at Jason Wu had an air of whimsy, including the hairstyles, which were simply done ponytails that were finished with a twig-like headband.
Guido Palau for Calvin Klein
Palau used simple stretchy headbands to keep with the minimalist feel at Calvin Klein. To help the bands stay in place, he used Redken Workforce 09 hairspray.
Colorful bohemian-esque headbands were tied onto models heads and added a pop of color that coordinated with the collection.
Odile Gilbert for Zac Posen
Sticking with the romantic-meets-edgy theme of this hairstyle, stylist Gilbert finished the look with a braided-hair headband with bronze spikes.
Gucci Westman for Jason Wu
Revlon makeup artist Gucci Westman wanted a feminine look that could also carry off the strong clothes at Jason Wu; this bold yet pretty lip color did the trick.
Christian McCulloch for Cynthia Steffe
MAC makeup artist Christian McCulloch went for a classic and feminine look at Cynthia Steffe. He created a smoky eye and a bold blood-red lip, which he achieved by filling the lips in with lip liner and topping with deep burgundy lipstick.
Luc Bouchard for Charlotte Ronson
"It's a little '40s, a little '30s," says MAC makeup artist Luc Bouchard of the look he created at Charlotte Ronson. He used lip conditioner as a base and then, using his fingers, pressed two shades of lip pencils (MAC Chestnut and Nightmoth) onto the lips to give the appearance of a stain.
To make lips pop at Erin Fetherston, Bobbi Brown kept the face very clean, using just a subtle pink blush. She used Crimson Metallic lip color topped with Crystal gloss, both from her own line, for the dramatic pout.
Neat and sophisticated hair complemented the beautifully tailored pieces at Thakoon. Hair was parted in a diagonal line extending from the model's iris and pulled into a chic twist.
Paul Hanlon for Matthew Williamson
GHD hairstylist Paul Hanlon flat ironed the hair and sprayed the roots down into a sleek, understated style that let Matthew Williamson's ever-colorful collection take center stage.
Rich colors and sumptuous fabrics met with a simple, chic chignon at Donna Karan.
Ted Gibson for Tony Cohen
Celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson used the flat iron and gel from his eponymous line to create super-sleek locks at Tony Cohen.
Charlotte Willer for Tracy Reese
Charlotte Willer for Maybelline New York created a natural look with face-framing brows at Tracy Reese. Recreate this look by filling in brows with a pencil that matches your hair color and blending with an eyebrow brush.
Charlotte Willer for William Rast
Also rocking a natural style were the models at William Rast-Willer's bare faces and bold brows matched the cool collection.
Dick Page for Alexander Wang
Shiseido makeup artist Dick Page channeled the dark palette of Alexander Wang's clothes and extended it to the brow, which was strong and natural.
Diane Kendal for Herve Leger by Max Azria
Makeup artist Diane Kendal drew her inspiration directly from the clothes at Herve Leger: "The collection is very hard and sculpted so we wanted to keep the skin neutral and show strength through the eyebrows," says Kendal. To achieve this, she filled brows in with NARS eye shadow in Bali.