The Best Beauty Looks from London Fashion Week's Fall 2017 Runways
Fashion month is in full swing. At London Fashion Week, designers didn’t hold back when it came to creating hair and makeup moments just as memorable as their Fall 2017 collections. If the multiple crimped hair and bold eyeshadow sightings on the runways are any indication, expect these two ‘80s trends to experience a resurgence next fall. Here, we’ve rounded up all of the beauty looks you need to see from London Fashion Week’s Fall 2017 runways.
While the low ponytail will always be a hair staple, if you're looking to upgrade the easy style take a cue from J.W.Anderson's show. Models' hair was parted deep to the side, tied-up low, and swung over the opposite shoulder.
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
Instead of freaking out the next time you botch your lipstick application, leave it. Thank you Preen for making smudged lipstick a beauty hit instead of a miss.
The abstract eyeshadow brushstrokes at Marta Jakubowski's show were truly works of art.
Who knew gray eyeshadow could be so flattering. A sheer wash of the shade and a few coats of mascara along with bedhead was the effortless look at Ashley Williams.
Punk's not dead, it's alive on the Versus Versace runway. Graphic blocks of navy eyeshadow were paired with undone, teased bouffants for a rebellious take on up-all-night party girl beauty.
Alice Archer's makeup look was a royal flush. Models wore monochromatic rosy cheeks and lips that matched the collection's flower motif.
After seeing the hair at Isa Arfen, you'll be happy that your old crimping iron is tucked in the back of your bathroom cabinet. Random strips of hair were crimped allover models' heads for a modern take on the infmaous '80s hair trend.
J. JS Lee
The long lower lashes at J. JS Lee would make Twiggy proud.
The swipes of neon matte shadow that went across models' foreheads at Fyodor Golan matched the Post-Its scattered across the collection.
Let the bare-faced makeup at Burberry serve as further proof that fresh, dewy skin is always in—regardless of the season.
House of Holland
Contrasting eyeshadow shades and a glossy finish took a signature smoky eye to the next level at House of Holland.
The trick to making crimped hair look chic? Just add a bold cherry red lip.
Sure, the half-up half-down hair at Emilia Wickstead looked pretty from the front, but once the models turned to reveal the long velvet ribbon holding the style together, it turned into a must-try look.
The beauty look at Marques'Almedia was literally day and night. Half of the models wore soft pink eye makeup with a bare lip, while the other set rocked a matte black lipstick.
The models at Tata Naka were transformed into real lifem walking flower gardens with fake blooms in their hair and painted on their faces.