The Top Beauty Trends from NYFW's Fall 2019 Runway Shows
Sure, you'll get a glimpse of all the handbags and shoes everyone will have in their shopping carts come fall during New York Fashion Week, but it's also your sneak peek into the next big beauty trends, or, in other words, the lipstick color all your friends will be wearing.
So what can you expect? As per usual, Fall 2019 will bring its fair share of smoky eyes, but thankfully, thanks to Tom Ford, with a more lifelike, slightly smudged appearance. At Ulla Johnson, some models walked down the runway wearing undone braids (perfect for keeping your hair out of your face), while Tadashi Shoji embraced the classic nature of a satin red lip.
Trust, there's a ton of other moments worth your attention, so keep scrolling to check out some of the top beauty trends from NYFW's Fall 2019 runway shows.
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THE LOOK: Models' hair was swept back into romantic half-up, half-down hairstyles, while a classic crimson red lipstick shade highlighted their glowing skin.
THE LOOK: Maybelline makeup artist Grace Lee created a monochromatic makeup look for models walking the Cushnie runway, featuring terracotta hues for the eyes, lips, and cheeks, as well as full, well-groomed brows using the brand's Tattoo Studio Brow Pomade.
Noon by Noor
THE LOOK: Smudged and haloed smoky eyes with a simplistic half-up, half-down hairstyle. Face-framing strands were pulled back and secured with a chic knot.
THE LOOK: Heavy black and midnight blue eyeliner on the top and bottom lash lines. Some models wore their hair in their natural textures, while others debuted a braid.
THE LOOK: A high ponytail with volume at the crown paired with gray shadow and a glossy lip.
THE LOOK: Models’ hair was lifted at the crown with the help of blow-drying and TRESemmé Between Washes Volumizing Dry Shampoo. Dewy bronze shadow was applied to models' eyelids and lower lash lines.
THE LOOK: Choppy short bangs with pixie cuts and glowing skin.
THE LOOK: Models’ hair was dried and straightened using the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer Professional edition and then secured into knotted buns at the nape of the neck. Frosted eyeshadow and ‘60s, Twiggy-like lashes rounded out the look.
THE LOOK: Natural, barely-there makeup and sleek chignons, courtesy of Bumble and bumble’s Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer.
THE LOOK: After hair was washed and extensions were added, Redken’s Dry Shampoo Paste was added to the hair to create grip. Then, Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau created a three-strand braid. Makeup featured stained lips, flushed cheeks, and a modern yet subtle smoky eye.
THE LOOK: Once hair was blow-dried with TRESemmé Moisture Rich Detangling Spray, hairstylist Odile Gilbert took two strands of hair and knotted them to create an loose, undone ponytail. Brushed up, full brows framed the face and served as the perfect partner for the scarlet red matte lipstick.
THE LOOK: Glossy lips and fluttery lashes created a mod vibe. Redken Frizz Dismiss Rebel Tame was added to models’ hair before blow-drying to control frizz.
THE LOOK: While models all wore their hair in different styles, the makeup remained uniform. Each model wore a minimal look that featured two tiny pearls in the inner corners of both eyes.
THE LOOK: Gemstones were placed all over models’ faces, while Maybelline makeup artist Erin Parsons applied the brand’s new Snapscara in Deja Blue to the top and bottom lashes. For hair, GHD Brand Ambassador Justine Marjan created a low ponytail with chains. Before pulling the hair back, Marjan straightened the hair with the ghd platinum+ styler.
THE LOOK: Red hues on the eyelids and lips, while hairstyles were accessorized with silk headpieces.
THE LOOK: Some models wore their hair down and in their natural texture, while others wore low ponytails fastened with scarves. Moroccanoil Artistic Director Kevin Hughes sprayed in Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong to the hair to ensure the look lastered throughout the show. For makeup, all-pink-everything was the vibe, with matching eyeshadow, lipstick, and blush.
THE LOOK: "This look was all about enhancing each girls’ individual style to allow their natural beauty to shine through, so we used the new TRESemmé Between Washes Style Refresh All-In-One Spray to create a look that was chic, but not too overpowering," said hairstylist and TRESemmé Global Stylist, Justine Marjan. For makeup, the popsicle-stained lip trend showed up once again. This time, with a glossy finish and groomed brows.
Alice and Olivia
THE LOOK: Ombred vampy red lips and sleek low buns with center parts.
THE LOOK: Hairstylist Holli Smith for Frédéric Fekkai pulled models’ hair back and out of their faces by using a combo of One Up Lift and Volume Spray and the One to Believe In Leave-In Conditioner. This hairstyle gave full view to seemingly bare skin or a graphic eye.
THE LOOK: Models wore their hair down and in their natural texture, alongside glowing skin or neon eyeliner drawn on in a graphic shape.