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Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World

Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World

by Rakhee Bhatt

From sparkly face stones to a fresh take on smoky eyes, the Fall 2019 New York Fashion Week runway shows have been filled with inspiring makeup creations worthy of any woman. Here, we look at five different makeup styles to try for yourself this new season.

Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World
The Show: Tom Ford
The Look: Alternative Smoky Eyes

Makeup artist Diane Kendal created the staple smoky eye look for Tom Ford’s glamorous runway show by layering cream and powder eyeshadows in shades of pink and gray over a dark brown eyeliner from the designer’s beauty line. Replicate the look for an evening out by using the Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Nude Dip and the Eye Kohl in Espresso.

Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World
The Show: Jonathan Simkhai
The Look: Ruby Rouge Pout

A red lip is always a classic, and makeup artist Grace Lee took a soft approach to the look for Jonathan Simkhai’s romantic show by keeping the rest of the face bare. Duplicate the pout for daytime meetings by using Maybelline’s Color Sensational Made For All Lipstick in Ruby For Me.

Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World
The Show: Christian Siriano
The Look: Swarovski Face Sparkles

For Christian Siriano’s inclusive runway show, makeup artist Erin Parsons mapped out a constellation-like pattern across the models’ faces using Swarovski crystals to shimmer and shine in step with the designer’s collection that drew inspiration from outer space. Get the look by taking a few flatback clear crystals from Etsy and adhering them with Duo’s Eyelash Adhesive.

Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World
The Show: Tomo Koizumi
The Look: Pastel Peepers

Tomo Koizumi made a colorful NYFW debut showcasing voluminous ruffled confections sported on the likes of Bella Hadid, Karen Elson, and Emily Ratajkowski. Makeup artist Pat McGrath used her soon-to-debut FetishEyes™ Mascara on all of the models, reserving winged eyeliner and lavender eyeshadow for a few. Enjoy the look for a gals brunch by using Huda Beauty’s Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette in Amethyst.

Runway Beauty Trends that Translate to the Real World
The Show: Cushnie
The Look: Monochrome Terra Cotta Everything

Makeup artist Grace Lee channeled the ‘70s with a harmonized palette of warm redish-tan shades on the eyes, checks, and lips for Carly Cushnie’s show, where sophisticated velvet and silk embellished evening pieces were on full display. Take the beauty look from morning to night by blending Maybelline’s Color Sensational Made For All Lipstick in Spice For Me and Mauve For Me and applying to eyes, cheeks, and lips. Enhance the face with a bronzer such as Too Faced’s Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzer.

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