Couture is not necessarily in the cards for most of us, but pushing the envelope in terms of the hair and make-up is possible. Yves Klein Blue eyeliner was at Jean Paul Gaultier and Maison Margiela, while metallic shade at the Elie Saab, Atelier Versace and Fendi a statement made. Soft braided styles at Valentino put before a heavy dose of summer hair Inspo, but the exciting looks were those that celebrated the individual. Unique beauty appeared on the runway runway (like 90 Chrystèle Saint Louis Augustin near JPG super) or models for Lookbook (such as Marie Beltrami, Muse, Alexis Mabille Wassiliwitsch.
There were also some trends keep taking, I could see if in civil – not Haute Couture – quantities. Blushing, is missing the start and landing strips for so long, is back in full force. To buy a new eyeshadow for fall, make it a metallic contouring was also well represented
Here the 13 best Couture beauty moments a closer look at value.
Pat McGrath eyeshadow that everyone had set the tone for a very showy Couture week with greenish gold (OK, me) running out to get some. The girl hairdresser Guido described as “beautiful nymphs.” Cout Chella, anyone?
Makeup artist Tom Pecheux and hair stylist Sam McKnight (and the puppet master, Karl Lagerfeld, of course) always an eye for Chanel cooking and this season she has us really. Mini-belly-it Bob wig looks something foreign, and straight eyebrows, heavy blush and exaggerated lips tell me is unequivocal, that makeup back.
Matching lips pink ‘n’ tips plus shaggy, mini mullet Pat Benatar hair = whoa, 80’s warning. Hit me with your best photo Mr. Armani.
JEAN PAUL GAULTIER
It looks like JPG makeup translated his signature stripes in the eyes. I agree. Several different hairstyles appeared also, including one always demagogic hair has.
Pat McGrath and John Galliano ever makeup magic, and it of Nice to see them back together. A faux lace eye mask and peeling paint were very breathtaking.
But wait, there’s more! The tone in tone polka-dot hair is brilliant, and the makeup on the model on the right side almost looks she has shadows on her body. (Or a disease flesh-eating.)
I’m not sure if this is a topic of lighting is or these two views were intentionally different, but here to are textbook examples of contouring and strobe, respectively.
Please note that abundant blush. I love also the nose, lip and eye make-up. Why bother trying to be nice? It’s no good.
BLUSH. Plus a lot of metallic eyes makeup, which officially a trend for fall. Although, like the rest of the Couture, this is probably a bit overdone.
Peachy ginger highlights such as a very simple way to work a fun seem to color in the hair, not shouting, “Hey, I’m wearing in my hair a fun color!”
On point contouring, but Ooh show friends this basket weave! Schön.
Here is another example of gold eyelids and a rare glimpse of an entire eyelid, in the event that you sign up for DIY’ing cares.
Here we have more metallic eyelids, which look a little strobe-y to me. The team finished the look of a completely impractical hair blow. But let’s be honest, everyone probably concentrated the fur at all.
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