The Best Hair and Makeup Looks from Paris Fashion Week
A few standout looks from the Fall 2019 runways include Dries Van Noten's elegant take on the glitter makeup trend, where models had subtle sparkles brushed along their brow bones and upper and lower lash lines, and the extreme deep side-parts and bedhead at Saint Laurent.
Keep scrolling to get the complete lowdown on all of the best hair and makeup moments from the Paris Fashion Week Fall 2019 runways.
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THE LOOK: Dior Makeup creative and image director Peter Philips created a mod graphic eye using the brand's Waterproof Eyeliner Crayon in Noir Trinidad to give the models Twiggy-inspired lashes on their lower lash lines. Bucket hats rounded out the retro runway beauty look.
THE LOOK: Watercolor-neon eyeshadow was haloed around the models' eyes. The front sections of their hair was slicked back to create fauxhawks.
THE LOOK: Smudgy cat-eyes, deep side-parts, and bedhead is the exact '80s rock-inspired look you'd expect to see at a Saint Laurent fashion show.
THE LOOK: Glowing skin and glossy straight, side-parted hair made up the simple (but pretty) Lanvin runway beauty look.
THE LOOK: Although this Margiela look is so much more subtle than usual, it's still a PFW standout. Inspired by swan lake, makeup artist Pat McGrath created graphic eye makeup that looked like swan wings. This model's feathered hat speaks for itself.
Dries Van Noten
THE LOOK: An elegant glitter eye makeup look paired with the models' natural hair textures.
THE LOOK: Pat McGrath applied a halo of vibrant jewel-toned eyeshadow around the models' eyes, while hairstylist Guido Palau styled their hair in '70s-inspired chignons. He pulled out face-framing wisps of hair from the updos and sprayed them with Redken's Triple Dry 15 Dry Texture Finishing Spray to separate them.
THE LOOK: Low-key side-parted hair and bare skin — with the exception of a bit of clear lip gloss.
THE LOOK: Some models wore braids topped with crystal pins. Legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath kept the glitter train going by adding a hint of sparkle to the models' smudgy charcoal smoky eyes.
THE LOOK: Some runway looks don't exactly translate well into real life, but a smoky eye is one exception. Makeup artist Pat McGrath updated the timeless eye makeup look by sweeping charcoal shadow up past the models' eyelids for a winged effect. Hair was kept simple with side-parted low ponytails
THE LOOK: Chloe's runway look is proof that the monochromatic makeup is still going strong. Makeup artist Pat McGrath put a new spin on the trend with the rusty eyeshadow applied to the outer corners of the models' eyes. It perfectly complemented their crimson lips. The hair was brushed back and left in its natural textures.
THE LOOK: Makeup trends come and go with every season, but smoky eyes are a classic look. The same goes for sleek chignons, too.
THE LOOK: Messy low buns and no-makeup makeup is just the effortless French girl beauty look you'd expect from Isabel Marant.
THE LOOK: We imagine hair gel and eyeliner were the two key products used to achieve the Haider Ackermann's runway look. Hair was slicked-back and shellacked, while red eyeliner was traced along inky wings drawn on the models' lashlines.
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THE LOOK: Hairstylist Kim Kimble channeled Charlie's Angels when she was styling the 50 wig units worn by models in the show. To create the '70s-inspired looks, she used the Silk Vapor Flat Iron from her own haircare collection, as well as wigs and extensions from her own line, Hairdrobe. Makeup artist Pat McGrath channeled the decade with the makeup, too. Models wore soft gold smoky eyes and matte plum lips.
THE LOOK: Graphic black and white eyeliner paired with the models' own hair textures.
THE LOOK: Karl Lagerfeld's last Chanel collection came with an unforgettable beauty look, too. Makeup artist Tom Pecheux played into the show's winter theme by making models' cheeks look like they were flushed from the cold. Hairstylist Sam McKnight pulled hair into a classic half-up half-down style that he accessorized with hair bows and Chanel logo pins.
THE LOOK: Makeup artist Pat McGrath gave the models "surreal" skin and glossy lids. The hair was simple, too. It was left in models' natural textures.
THE LOOK: Models closed out fashion week wearing two classic makeup looks: winged liner and red lips. Bangs and bedhead added to the rock n roll vibe of the beauty look.