Style Guide

4 Beauty Looks to Steal from Fashion Week

From Prabal Gurung's graphic eyeliner to a clean sheen at Calvin Klein, you can try these trends at home.

By Julia Davila March 15, 2017

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Fashion month is in full force. And while the fashions mostly won't be around for a few months, it's never too early to be inspired by the beauty looks on display, from the editorial takes to natural vibes.

Below, a closer look at this season’s runway-inspired beauty trends.


1. Graphic eyeliner

The floating eyeliner at Prabal Gurung in a bold palette of green, red, orange and blue paired nicely with the designer’s overall theme: female power. At Tome, models walked the runway with a graphic white liner floating above the crease.




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2. Bold lower lashes

Remember Twiggy and her doll-like lower lashes? At Tadashi Shoji, models sported fake lower lashes created with eyeliner and glitter that called to mind the sixties supermodel. MAC makeup artist Kabuki told WWD there was an image of Houston-born model/actress Shelley Duvall backstage at the Jeremy Scott show.



Hair and makeup tests. #ToryBurchFW17 #BehindTheScenes

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3. Preppy hair accessories

Models at Tory Burch wore a velvet ribbon in their undone ponytails, while beautiful floral hair pieces were paired with sideswept updos at Marchesa. This season’s Altuzarra show brought Blair Waldorf to mind with fur- and pearl-studded headbands.



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4. No-makeup makeup + glowing eyes

Famed makeup artist Pat McGrath gave the models at Calvin Klein a clean look with silver shadow highlighting models’ inner eye corners. Models at Proenza Schouler had a similar look with white eyeliner on both lash lines and at the inner corners and outer corner. Perfectly placed pearl accents were seen on the inner and outer corners at Jonathan Simkhai.

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