The Best Hair and Makeup Looks from Paris Couture Fashion Week
At Couture Fashion week, the hair and makeup looks are equally as breathtaking as the clothes. These beauty moments often turn into big trends, so consider the runways a forecast for what looks are going to be everywhere next season.
What's in store for Fall 2019? According to Christian Dior, charcoal smoky eyes. As for hair, Chanel will make you consider the low, sleek ponytail. While not so practical, Shiaparelli is keeping the glitter lip alive and well in 2019.
Ahead, all of the must-see hair and makeup moments from the Paris Couture Fashion Week Fall 2019 shows.
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Ralph & Russo
Silver accents were added to the models' loose updos, while metallic eyeshadow was swiped all over their lids, up to the brow bone.
Models were given glitter lips in various colors. There wasn't a universal hairstyle. Instead, models' hair was left natural or done in a low ponytail. Neon streaks were also added to their hair.
Miu Miu featured hat hair, but done chic. Makeup artist Pat McGrath gave models fresh, dewy skin using her new Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation and added a highlight to the inner corners of their eyes.
This just in: You don't need mascara to do a smoky eye. Dior Makeup creative and image director Peter Philips created the show's eye look using the new Dior 3 Couleurs Tri(O)blique Limited Edition eyeshadow palette and left lashes bare.
Sam McKnight styled the models' hair in sleek, low ponytails with a deep side part. Chanel's global creative makeup and colour designer Lucia Pica created a clean cat eye, and finished the look off with neutral lip.
Giorgio Armani Prive
Armani global makeup artist Linda Cantello gave the models a makeup look with "a diva-like attitude to celebrate Armani." This included a graphic eye and emphasized top lashes. She applied false lashes that extend past the corner of the outer eye and then blended using Armani's Smooth Silk Eye Pencil in black. Hair was pulled back or left natural and acessorized with hair accessories that looked part scrunchie, part tiny tea cup hat.
The hair at Givenchy was just as major as the feather dresses. Some models wore '80s-inspired looks that were works of art in their own right. Now, we need to know: What hairspray was used to keep the hair in place like that?
Jean Paul Gaultier
High ponytails and glitter eyeshadow is the hair and makeup combo you never knew you needed — until you saw Jean Paul Gaulthier's runway.
Viktor & Rolf
The '80 were also alive at Viktor & Rolf where some models had big, chimped hair paired with dramatic eye makeup.
Leave it to Pat McGrath, the makeup artist behind the glitter lip, to give us another way to wear sparkles. She created a negative space eye look using various sparkly colors. The models were given single braids on both sides of their head, and then their hair was pulled back into low, knotted ponytails.