From gold foil “shadow,” to Swarovski-crystal bedazzled lids, follow along as we break down all the makeup trends from the fall fashion shows.
The Vibe: ’60s-era Edie Sedgwick’s signature smoky eye.
Get the Look: Lead makeup artist Pat McGrath used a gorgeous, glittery black shadow from Tom Ford’s new makeup line, Tom Ford Extreme, all around the lid and below the lower lash line. Eyes were also lined with Ford’s Eye Kohl Intense in Onyx and finished with a bit of the brand’s Eye Gloss.
Key Product: Tom Ford Extreme Shadow, $36; neimanmarcus.com
The Vibe: “I wanted to put across a feeling of ’80s futuristic pop,” makeup artist Kabuki said.
Get the Look: Kabuki created artful, exaggerated neon-colored wings using hand-made clear stencils outlined with MAC acrylic paint. Lips were given a natural finish with the lip palette from Jeremy Scott’s new MAC collaboration.
Key Product: MAC x Jeremy Scott Lip X 9: Future Emotions, $35; ulta.com
The Vibe: Millenial Dolly Parton.
Get the Look: Swarovski crystals were applied randomly along the lids as an homage to the perennially-bedazzled music icon. Makeup artist Romy Soleimani kept skin otherwise pretty bare; she prepped with MAC Studio Moisture Cream and a little Studio Finish Concealer as needed.
Key Product: Swarovski Shimmer Effect Hotfix Crystals, $6; michaels.com
The Vibe: Disco eyes. Models’ bare faces were accented with gold foil all across the lids for a simple but impactful statement.
The Vibe: Hollywood siren—bright cherry lips with a soft golden eye blended up to the brow bone.
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The Vibe: A touch of sunshine. Au naturel faces were punctuated with vibrant, canary-yellow shadow swiped across the eyes imperfectly.
The Vibe: Stunning metallic gold smoky eyes with extra glowy skin, glossy lips, and bright pink cheeks.