During the Fashion month, the designers, makeup artists and models have something for everyone. The Lips, the eyes, lashes and so on are all the key trends we’re paying attention to. The inspiration from Fall’19 are exciting to the fashion lovers whether you’re into beauty, fashion trends, street style or all of the above. The fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris featured stunning makeup looks.
The winged liner with flicks of all shapes, thickness and colours together with the eye makeup looks which featured striking details that commands attention. The barely-visible eyeliner , the Twiggy era statement eye lashes were also makeup trends. Artistic beauty looks that ranges from splodges, dabs of eyeshadow to editorial looks with blotches and colour drips not leaving out glitters and diamantes during fashion month. Finally the lips were popping during the fashion week, we are talking about the classic beauty of red Lipstick, the more crimson shade for the autumn season were celebrated and not leaving the stained lips.
Ready to get inspired? We got you covered!
Autumnal Shades of Crimson
A rich red lipstick is the perfect companion to fresh skin, as evidenced at Helmut Lang. Makeup artist Susie Sobol used Maybelline Made for All Lipstick by Colour Sensational in Red ($7.49) with Maybelline Colour Sensational Vivid Hot Lacquer Lip Gloss in So Hot ($6.99).
The eyes definitely had it at Halpern, where makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench created a disco watercolour effect by applying bold pigments with layered gold leaf. Try the look at your next big outing.
One could almost miss the thin black liner rimming the lower lash line at Ashley Williams. Aveda Global Artistic Director and Educator Janell Geason showed her steady hand. Get practicing.
Two flicks are better than one, especially if they are metallic silver. Makeup artist Janeen Witherspoon used Mehron mixing mediums to create the look at Bora Aksu, but a silver liquid liner, like the Laura Geller Line-n-Define Dual Dimension Eyeliner in Platinum ($24), would achieve the same effect.
Flicked finish? Not here. A handful of shows opted for a thicker, geometric corner, as seen at Bibhu Mohapatra.
Apply confident dashes across the entire eye area like makeup artist Diane Kendal did at 3.1 Phillip Lim. It’s crease eyeliner deconstructed.
The eyes looked like mini modern paintings at Francesca Liberatore thanks to the swatches of complementary colors applied by makeup artist Markus Theisen.
At Collina Strada the eyes were the perfect canvas for pastel splatters. The makeup rivals a watercolor painting.
The popsicle mouth, was all about a bright, just-bitten lip at Zadig & Voltaire. Laneige Two Tone Lipstick ($27) makes it easy to achieve the ombre effect.
The frosted white mascara at Genny was captivating. It was made even prettier with the soft-focus pink lipstick stain.
The electric eyes at Chromat took inspiration from the neon swimwear. Makeup artist Fatima Thomas for MAC Cosmetics blended zingy shadows from the outer corners into the hairline. A final sweep of contrasting eyeliner made it more extra.
Can’t decide on a single mascara color? Choose two à la Vivetta. The runway showed every combination wins.
60s Statement Lashes
Makeup artist Peter Philips paid tribute to the Swinging Sixties at Dior by painting strokes on the bottom lash line to mimic exaggerated lashes. Twiggy would approve.
The makeup at Brandon Maxwell had every mod element, including white eyeshadow, exaggerated lashes and a neutral lip. Yet, makeup artist Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics managed to make it look quite modern. Achieve the wispy lash effect by cutting up false lashes and gluing them on randomly. Then be very generous with mascara.