All the Details On Dolce & Gabbana's Milan Fashion Week Makeup
Leave it to Dolce & Gabbana to make us covet fall makeup just as spring is finally starting to come around. As a complement to the label's fall 2015 collection at Milan Fashion Week, which paid homage to motherhood, models walked the runway in two very distinct beauty looks. Some girls worked Dolce & Gabbana's Classic Cream Lipstick in Antique Rose ($33; sephora.com), while the rest went for a bold red in various shades to complement each model's skin tone—makeup artists used 13 different crimson hues of the Dolce Matte Lipstick ($37; sephora.com) .
The soft winged-out eye, however, remained the same between both looks. Try your hand at the effect by picking up a quad of tawny brown shadows like Dolce & Gabbana's Quad in Desert ($61; sephora.com), and concentrating the darkest hues in the crease. Artists also used the Mono Eyeshadow in Leo Brown ($36; sephora.com) to add extra definition, then blended the colors from the Eyeshadow Duo in Gold ($44; sephora.com) on the brow bone and inner corners as a highlight.
Follow that up by tracing your upper and lower lash line with a brown liner like the brand's Khol Pencil in Chocolate ($31; sephora.com), then use a champagne hue on your inner waterline to open up the eye. After a few pumps of the lash curler and a generous amount of mascara, use Dolce & Gabbana's Glam Liner in Black Intense ($35; sephora.com) or a liquid liner with a felt-tipped applicator to draw the dramatic wing, and finish with a sweep of the Perfect Mono Eyeshadow in Antique Rose ($36; sephora.com) for a barely there shimmer.
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Dolce & Gabbana
Models took the runway in two very different looks at Dolce & Gabbana, and although the soft winged liner remained the same for both parties, half the girls worked a matte mauve lip, while the rest went for a vivid red.
A natural, glossy lip was paired with haphazard swipes of liquid liner to create a roughed-up faux lash appearance from afar.
Though the makeup at Gucci was kept pretty clean and simple, a trio of models walked the runway with pale pink highlights.
The patent-leather finish of the glossy red lip got an extra glamorous twist with ultra-voluminous, defined ringlets as the backdrop.
A palette of blush tones were blended onto the cheeks and eyes at Prada, and the soft effect was contrasted by a graphic updo, which was pinned to the side with a bejeweled hairclip.
The wine-stained lip created a lived-in vibe against clean skin, a glossy eye, and bedhead waves.
Marilyn Monroe was the muse at Max Mara, where Gigi Hadid and other models worked a curly faux bob with a subtle cat-eye.
An uber-deep brown lip and matte shadow complemented the dark earth tones throughout the collection.
Versace's girls went for a minimalist smoky effect with inky black liner blended onto their lower waterlines, and a sultry grey shadow over the perimeter of the eye.
The eyes had it at Giorgio Armani, where a heavily contoured cut-crease in neutral tones was paired with peach lip and low-key updo.
Models at Roberto Cavalli did our inner '90s alt-rock chick proud with metallic liner along their lower lashes and tousled waves, with some even donning a grunge-era tattoo choker.