The 10 Must-Have Beauty Products They’re Using at London Fashion Week

Newsflash: Some drugstore faves made an appearance.

New York Fashion Week has come and gone, and this week it was time for all fashionistas to trek across the pond to London Town. Just like with NYFW, the London Fashion Week runways were filled with gorgeous new trends. As much as we love the new clothes, we cannot forget about beauty. There were equally gorgeous beauty looks and we’ve rounded up some of the beauty brands that makeup artists were using backstage so you can add them to your own makeup kit.

1. MAC Cosmetics at Eudon Choi

Forget red, we’re digging this burnt orange lip from the Eudon Choi LFW show. MAC Cosmetics Makeup Artist Adam de Cruz created it using using Chocotease and Bengal Tiger Retro Matte Liquid Lip Colors topped with Genuine Orange Pigment. Love!

Mac Perfume MAC Pigment Genuine Orange

Try: Mac Perfume MAC Pigment Genuine Orange                             


2. Bumble and bumble at Fashion East

Hairstylist Cyndia Harvey made gel and orange hair look amazing at the Asia Ta show at Fashion East. Would you give the look a try?

Bumble and bumble Gel 5 oz

Try: Bumble and bumble Gel


3. Inglot Cosmetics at Kristian Aadnevik


Creating looks for @kristianaadnevik at @londonfashionweek #makeup #inglotcosmetics #lfw

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Models got glammed up with black eyeshadow and major blush at Kristian Aadnevik thanks to Inglot.

Inglot Sparkling Dust

Try: Inglot Sparkling Dust


4. L’Oreal Paris Pro at Topshop

Whatever the beauty look at Topshop is, we need to know about it. Hairstylist Duffy’s goal was to achieve a clean 90s look. The result? Effortless hair we want to copy.

L'Oréal Texture line Texture Shine Spray for Unisex, 3.9 Ounce

Try: L'Oréal Texture line Texture Shine Spray for Unisex


5. NARS at Erdem

Hello, gorgeous! Makeup artist Val Garland went for a subtle makeup look at Erdem complete with “boy brows.”

NARS Brow Perfector

Try: NARS Brow Perfector


6. Dermalogica at Sadie Clayton

Remember: Every good beauty look starts with a flawless base. Models' skin was prepped at the Sadie Clayton show with the Dermalogica range.

Dermalogica Active Moist - 3.4oz

Try: Dermalogica Active Moist


7. Nails Inc at Ashish

It might be tricky to pull off the face paint from the Ashish show IRL but you can create the checkerboard nail look that manicurist Michelle Humphrey came up with.

Nails Inc. Nail Polish

Try: Nails Inc. Nail Polish


8. Burberry at Burberry


@burberry #backstage #beauty #nudes #contour #skin #models #lipcontour #glow #skin #freshglow

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Of course Burberry is going to take advantage of having its own beauty brand. Makeup artist Wendy Rowe went for a gorgeous neutral look.

Burberry Fresh Glow - Highlighting Luminous Pen

Try: Burberry Fresh Glow Highlighting Luminous Pen


9.  Batiste Hair at Roland Mouret

Hairstylist Sam McKnight gave us good hair day vibes at the Roland Mouret show with this effortless look using Batiste products.

Batiste Dry Shampoo Strength & Shine

Try: Batiste Dry Shampoo Strength & Shine


10. MAC Cosmetics at Tata Naka

Flower power! MAC Senior Artist Cher Webb created this whimsical look at the Tata Naka show using MAC Acrylic Paints. Remember it for festival season.

MAC Beauty Paints

Try:  MAC Beauty Paints


Have you tried any of these LFW beauty finds? Let us know!