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It isn't just the fashion I'm transfixed by this fashion week but the make up looks too. Fatima Thomas was the lead make up artist for this season's Chromat show in New York. She was bold with colour. Blues were blended with no set rules and fuchsias and oranges merged on lips. This is a lot of fun and definitely a trend we can play with ourselves. Image: Elle.com

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A good rule to follow? Even if you leave the house without thinking twice about how you look, try an intense colour on your lips to transform your look in seconds. Credits: Pinterest

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Make up lover? Here is a fantastic idea to get noticed, especially during the exciting time of London Fashion Week! Focus on your lips and the use of color! #lips #makeup #lfw

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Fashion Week is so much more than style. During fashion week we get an inside look at the hair and makeup trends that we'll be sporting all next season. On a few lucky occasions like this years’ New York Fashion Week, it also reflects a shift in society on the very definition of beauty. This NYFW was bursting with a sense of change that was embracing activism, and celebrities that were more disrupting than your average celeb bunch. 


From the breast cancer survivor Erica Hart, who walked at the Chromat show in a slip dress that was gracefully showing off her scars to the ten-year-old drag kid Desmond Napoles, who walked proudly at Gypsy Sport. To accommodate to this celebration of inclusivity and uniqueness, makeup and hairstyles were extravagant, rebellious and bold. 

EYE FOCUS 

The focus currently has shifted towards eye makeup featuring over the top looks such as black lashes and plastic bug eyes á la Gareth Pugh. There was gold glitter at Ulla Johnson and smoky eyes at Tom Ford or Alice + Olivia who traded the liquid eyeliner for a smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples. While Kate Spade opted for diamonds carefully glued on the models’ eyelids. 

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS 

When it comes to hair, the trend was all about spray products using all the essentials to create a  wet look. The accessories were over the top featuring 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent updos put together with an army of hair gel. 

BOLD LIPS 

Whether it's two-tone pink and red lipstick, a healthy glow so extreme you're basically applying moon dust to your skin, red was a constant. The classic crimson lip became a powerful pout painted in a carefree fashion of individuality, whether it was in liquid form at Chromat or matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR DYE 

Objecting to the single hair colour trend of seasons past, bold as they may have been, this time it was all about strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues while green and blonde short dos was also a trend at Marc Jacobs. Which of the makeup trends will you be trying this season? Shop all the beauty and hair essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, FASHIONISTA.com.

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New York Fashion Week to a memorable close last night and marc jacobs did a good job as he showed 8o's couture.
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Take a moment to appreciate the best beauty looks of New York Fashion Week AW18 with us. Because Fashion Month is so much more than just clothes and this was our first chance to check out the hair and makeup trends we'll soon be sporting next season. As with the collections and shows themselves, which celebrated rebelliousness, inclusivity and uniqueness, the shift in society regarding the definition of beauty was reflected boldly and extravagantly. 


Here are four of our favourites! 

EYE FOCUS 

It seems more is more again by the extravagant eye makeup choices on the NYFW catwalks. Ulla Johnson’s models have their eyelids dusted with gold glitter, while Tom Ford presented his own take on sexy smoky eyes, and Alice + Olivia traded liquid eyeliner for smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples at Oscar de la Renta and Anna Sui. We can’t wait to DIY Kate Spade’s eye makeup: sparkling diamonds carefully glued onto eyelids.

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS
 

The main trend was wet look hair, created by sprays that worked on every texture as seen on the Row catwalk by hairstylist Eugene Souleiman. The accessories were pretty maximalist: with 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent gelled updos among the best of the bunch. 

BOLD LIPS 

Red was a colour constant, even when paired with pink for two tone lips. And it was masterfully set off with a healthy glow so extreme it will look like you applied moon dust to your skin. This classic crimson became a powerful pout, although painted in a carefree fashion, in liquid form at Chromat and matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR  DYE 

Swap the single hair colour of seasons past, as bold as it is, for strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues, while green and blonde short dos made an appearance at Marc Jacobs. Which of the makeup trends will you be trying this season? Shop all the beauty and hair essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, FASHIONISTA.com.

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Alya Barutoğlu
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All of the mainstream makeup trends are ‘out’ for this season. Smoky eyeshadows? Out! Matte lips? Out! Straight eyeliners? Out! Then what is in? Blue eye makeup! Blue eyeshadows, blue eyeliners, blue mascara. Don’t worry, our mood is never blue. Only our makeup is sky clear. Blue eye makeup will give a bold look that will definitely make a statement. Don’t try to match your outfits with your makeup because this trend has to stand out! #makeup #eye #blue #eyeshadow #mascara #eyeliner #trend #style

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Alya Barutoğlu
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For quite some time, we’ve been obsessed with matte lipstick. Well, it’s time we call quits. This Spring bold and glossy lips are a major trend. Especially seen in the red, lipsticks are shinier than our future. Reviving back from the 80s and 90s, glossy lips are back. Our makeup trends this season are matching the trends of our clothes. Glamorous eighties and naughty nineties are everywhere this season! #nineties #glamour #eighties #makeup #lipstick #red #shiny glossy

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M.J Ortega
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Oh, I adored this makeup look from Chloe Morello. Even if Chloe recently tattooed her eyebrows and lips, and has eyelash extension. she's is the best example on how to make this procedure look really natural. Enhancing what she has, with minimal makeup products to make her face look fresh and youthful and not too made up. Photo Credit: @chloemorello on Twitter #beauty #makeup #youtuber #eyelashextensions

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Red lips on Valentine’s day seems like the perfect beauty tradition. Not only can you leave cute kiss marks everywhere from your lover’s face to a note and on the mirror; they’re also bold and self-empowering. Slick on your most flattering shade (you might need professional help to find it), and your eyes are brighter, your smile wider and your pout is all the more enticing. It’s no coincidence that some of the biggest bombshells like Marilyn Monroe and cartoon Jessica Rabbit have made red lipstick their signature. And even though red is the tried-and tested colour of seduction, often used to uplift a LBD for unprecedented glamour after dark, it has plenty of daytime mileage with denim and neutrals as well.  


But you can’t deny how high maintenance red lips are. And not really suitable for actual kissing either because one unintentional facial smudge or teeth smear kills the magic. There’s a lot of prep involved too: lips need to be exfoliated, then outlined and contoured before filling in (Kylie Jenner popularised over-lining: where you draw beyond your lip line to create the illusion of fuller lips). Matte, gloss or stain is the key question and determines the impact. Matte is dramatic but gloss will catch the light more and a stain is the most natural of the bunch with just a hint of colour. Keep last season’s just-kissed lipstick trend in mind as well because the slightly smudged application is gorgeous and adds an air of nonchalance. 

Shop our expert edit below if you're planning to get lippy. 

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Felicia Pennant
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Of the beauty trends we’ve already spotted this year, the colour pop eyes seen at the haute couture shows in Paris earlier this month and in Revlon’s groundbreaking new campaign really made us pause. Blush pink at Chanel, yellow and green at Iris Van Herpen, gold arches at Elie Saab, and Adwoa Aboah banished our tween blue eyeshadow nightmares with gorgeous loaded eyelids. Lining your inner eye with white eyeliner is a well-known, eye-opening makeup trick but using a bolder hue is a novel way to brighten up your face and outfit this winter, rather than just relying on vibrant accessories. We were already partly convinced by legendary makeup artist and Vogue editor Pat McGrath’s memorising eye shadow videos on instagram, she’s been pushing vivid looks like these for years, but these latest looks won us over properly. 


So even if you’re on board with swapping your natural or smoky eye for a coloured one, bet you’re wondering how you wear this for day? These pigmented products are developed to make an impact, and are oh so easy to apply, so we suggest lighter, thinner lines and subtler sweeps during the day and being more heavy handed come evening. You could even mix colours and colour-block your face (eyes, blush and lips) if you dare as there’s literally a rainbow of eyeliners and eyeshadows out there. And if your eyes are looking flawless, make sure there are no marks elsewhere and that the rest of your beauty game is up to scratch. Particularly your brows and lashes which will frame your face and your handiwork.  

Shop our top picks for colourful eyes in the edits below. The pink’s perfect for Valentine’s day!

Image credit: Glamourmagazine.co.uk and Vogue.co.uk.

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We always knew Rita Ora was at least a triple threat and the singer/actress/model (she’s a designer and presenter too) proved it with three on-point outfits in one night as she worked the pre-Grammy party circuit. Which sounds a bit excessive unless you’ve got the world’s most exciting brands at your disposal and fans watching your every move. First up was Ora’s take on the Canadian tuxedo- a denim jacket with denim jeans- which was unbuttoned enough to reveal a lacy black bra underneath. Besides breathing new life into the exposed underwear trend, the white heels she wore with it gave this cool, streetstyle worthy look a ladylike twist. A quick change later and Ora entered full bombshell mode, posing up a storm in a black figure-hugging dress with signature red lips and her blonde locks swept up into a tousled up-do. For her performance and final look, she went for a ruffled pink playsuit and sky high heels as she belted out her songs. Only blingy silver jewellery featured in all three looks. 


Kudos to Ora for expressing three different sides of her sartorial personality like a pro and proving that the trick to looking good and feeling great is confidence. It’s good to switch up your look once in a while and she’s clearly comfortable in everything she’s wearing. We can’t wait to see her final turn as Mia Grey in Fifty Shades Freed which is out next month.  

Smile and follow her lead by shopping these looks in the gallery above in the expert edits below. 

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