Over the last four days, we saw some incredible fashion and beauty trends unfold at the runways of Paris Fashion Week 2019. Obviously then, we stayed glued to our social media feeds throughout the event, hungrily eyeing every new beauty trend that appeared on the ramp. And we must say, there were a few that deserve to be spoken of.
From simple, sleek buns to dramatic poufs, from dramatic feathered lashes to teardrop eyes, the fashion week was all things iridescent, eccentric and innovative.
Here’s a round-up of the best runway beauty trends that were spotted at the mega fashion event...
- Giorgio Armani—Matchy matchy waterline and lips | Sleek hairdos
- Ralph & Russo—Winged eyeliner | Pinks lips | Mid-parting buns
- Christian Dior—Teardrop eye makeup
- Chanel—Smokey eyes | Red lips | Poufed Hair
- Valentino—Feather lashes
Giorgio Armani—Matchy matchy waterline and lips | Sleek hairdos
The Armani show presented modern, deconstructed cloche styles with the highlight being matchy matchy water lines and lipsticks in coral shade. The models flaunted sleek hair-dos with quirky head accessories being the center of attention.
Ralph & Russo—Winged eyeliner | Pinks lips | Mid-parting buns
Ralph & Russo’s show was all about OTT triumph of fringes, ruffles, feathers and embellishments. The makeup was kept neutral, with classic winged eyeliners and a subtle pop of pink on the lips. The middle parted sleek buns made for a chic minimalist hairstyle.
Christian Dior—Teardrop eye makeup
The highlight of Dior’s show was bonnets that wrapped the head in subtle shimmers and face covered with a soft layer of net sprinkled with rhinestones. To complement that, Dior dug into the past by reinventing Cleopatra eyes for its models while the teardrop effect added to the drama quotient of the look.
Chanel—Smokey eyes | Red lips | Poufed Hair
Chanel presented a line-up of dresses and suits with collars turned inside out or folded to beat the monotony. Smoked out eyes and a deep red pout summed up the makeup game for its models, while the exaggerated, sky-high buns added drama to their look.
Maison Valentino’s show was high on florals, feathers and ruffles. To keep the beauty game going strong, one of makeup artist Pat McGrath’s look was all about floral face makeup coupled with a nude lippie and another look boasted of loud, black smokey eyes coupled with feather lashes and glossy lips. The hairstyle remained common—middle parted sleek buns.
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