Trending On The Runway: Hair & Makeup
Now that New York Fashion Week Spring 2017 has officially come to a close, it's time to take the trends we scoped out on the catwalk and try them out IRL. Below, we gathered up some of the top trends we spotted (and actually want to try!) from NYFW. Take a peek at the stunning looks,
Although this wet look might not seem wearable, we spotted it on enough runways to prove that it 100 percent is! This look from Tanya Taylor created by Bumble and bumble stylist Allen Wood was inspired by the designers travels to Cuba and Capri. Models had bends in their hair to mimic air-dried locks. Key product: Bumble and bumble Surf Spray around small sections of hair, followed by twisting the hair around the fingers to create the waves.
A totally different take on the super-soaked look came from Odile Gilbert, Kérastase Paris Consulting Hairstylist, who created this look for the Altuzarra runway show. "It is definitely sexy and represents the moment when you get out of the water at the beach and push your hair back," said Odile in a press release. Key product: Kérastase Paris Crème de la Crème all over the head, followed by brushing the hair back into a combed edgy style.
For a super sexy, smoky eye, look no further than this look from Rebecca Minkoff. Maybelline makeup artist, Gato, created this perfectly imperfect kohl look to capture the "gypsy spirit" of the new collection. Mission accomplished. Key products: Expert Wear Eye Shadow in Khaki Camo and Falsies Push Up Angel Mascara to layer over a black base and create a dramatic smize.
This fresh sweep of color at Victoria Beckham was a bold and daring look that we simply couldn't get over. The dash of color balanced out the otherwise minimal makeup look. Plus, it coincided with the launch of the new Victoria Beckham Estée Lauder collection. Key product: Victoria Beckham Estée Lauder Eye Palette to create a freeform swoosh of color across the lid.
Redken Global Creative Director Guido created this classic Ali MacGraw look for the Tory Burch runway show. This soft, slightly wavy half updo is natural and elegant—perfect for recreating at home! Key product: Redken Windblown 05 and a curling iron (on select pieces) following air drying.
For a super sleek and sophisticated version of the half-and-half look, take a peek at this style from Carolina Herrera. Orlando Pita, TRESemmé New York Fashion Week Ambassador, created a flyaway-free 'do that can be worn for work or play. Key product: TRESemmé TRES Two Extra Firm Control Gel at the roots for hold and to create the matte texture
Legendary hairstylist Odile Gilbert for Moroccanoil was the genius behind this mega-textured look seen at Zac Posen's runway show. With volume and texture, this look was entirely romantic and very touchable. Key product: Curl Re-energizing Spray and Dry Texture Spray to all over for that gritty texture.
To balance out the elegant design of the gowns, Lucia Pieroni, Creative Director of Cle de Peau Makeup, gave models a dewy, subtle glow. The focus was primarily the cheeks and a touch of flushed peach on the apples. Key product: Cle de Peau Beaute Luminizing Face Enhancer to create the natural shimmer.
These rich purple hues create a 1800s, gypsy vibe at Alice + Olivia. Global Executive Director of Creative Artistry for Stila Cosmetics Sarah Lucero applied the chalky lilac shade across models lids to give off a retro, washed-out look. Key product: Swipe the light purple shade from the Eyes Are the Window Shadow Palette in Mind all over the lid to create the radiant, mesmerizing hue.
Which looks are you excited to try? Let us know!