5 Beauty Trends From NYFW

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Fashion Weeks are over for a little over a week now and we kind of  miss them already. And since we're kind of beauty junkies (personally I sometimes think that I love makeup more than I do fashion, and that's a statement) we thought that the only way to relive our favourite runway moments was to go back and rewind (as an infamous song says) and check out all the trends we discovered here in the beauty department. So 2 days, 4 posts, sounds like a challenge doesn't it?

#1 Metallic eyeshadows


And yes this season metallics are back! We loved the coppery and silver-y shades (or the mix and match of those two) as we saw them on Altuzarra paired with clean, bare faces and nude, rosy tinted lips.

#2 Contour and Highlighting 

This season was all about highlighting. The shades varied from pearly white and silver for youthful looking skin to golden tones for the perfect summer effect. Contouring gives a proper structure to the face which -even if it's fake- will make your features look a lot more prominent (Don't forget to contour around the nose!)

#3 Smokey Eyes

DVF taught us that it's pretty cool to wear your dark eyeshadows even with your most fun and ready-for-spring outfits. The flawless looking skin matched with a smokey eye and almost bare lips were matching beautifully to create a not-so-light version of spring-nights-out makeup.

#4 Bare Face (Literally)

Marc Jacobs completed his collection with bare faced models, and everyone was talking about it. Because makeup is fun (believe me I know) but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't go all natural whenever you feel like it. Even if you feel comfortable wearing makeup, it's important to feel good in your own skin, so don't be afraid to go bare once in a while

#Shading and Peachy Tones

Alexander Wang was once again innovative this season. Since he's always creating for the cool streetstylers, this year's makeup was a highlight. Even though he always goes for the sporty, cool vibes and the almost stripped from makeuo faces this year he made eyeshadows look cool when he used medium brown shades on the crease to give a bit of definition and to capture the eye without choosing to distract the audience from the attires. Also, we should definetely mention the fact that he followed the hype that was around the peachy tones and that was the finishing touch on his models.

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