The Best in Beauty at Fashion Week Spring 2017 #ipsyOS

The Best in Beauty at Fashion Week Spring 2017

NOV. 1, 2016:

How will we be making up our faces next spring?  Well, if the global fashion industry has its say, trends will be all about glittery lips, bold brows and even red eye shadow.  Keep reading for a full trend breakdown.

Kenzo’s Disco Look
Inspired by Studio 54, makeup artist Lynsey Alexander and her team did the impossible—they made red eye make-up look chic.  By keeping the rest of the face bare, Alexander and her team blended a light red power on the temples and out to the hairline, creating a porcelain doll appearance.  A shiny red lip finished the look.



Image: The New York Times

Chanel’s Bold Brows
With a nod to 90s technology, the Chanel spring 2017 collection showed backward caps and tie-die prints.  Makeup artist Tom Pecheux also channeled the 90s, with strong, bushy brows, glossy pink lips and strong blush.

chanel brows


Image: Chanel Fashion Week 2017

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi’s Floral Faces
Attendants gasped when the first model walked down the runway, and it’s no surprise why.  Makeup artist Val Garland hand placed dried, pressed flowers onto models’ faces. The result? A colorful, organic painting that called to mind wood nymphs and fairies.

Fendi’s Glitter Lips
Though not exactly the most practical of beauty looks (it’s fashion, so who cares?), Fendi showed pale pink glittery lips paired with subtle, deconstructed winged eyeliner.  A little bit punky, but still undeniably pretty.  The look was compared to “fireworks” by makeup artist Peter Philips.

Alexander Wang’s Beachy Babes
Whip out the salt spray and bronzer—this look is all about surfer girl vibes.  Artist, Diane Kendal kept the beauty look natural, reaching for the Nars’ Multiple in matte brown and rosy pinks for a barely there, kissed-by-the sun look.

Featured Image: Elle Magazine

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