New York Spring 2012: Front-Row Beauty Standouts
House of Harlow’s star designer makes waves in the Big Apple by topping her boho-chic tresses with the signature hair accessory of Manhattan’s infamous (and fictional) fashionista, Blair Waldorf. Nicole rocks her blinged-out version close to the hairline while runway models have been wearing them around their foreheads for a more striking statement.
BARELY THERE MAKEUP
It may be a week of dressing up, but many of this year’s fashionistas favor a lighter approach to beauty, opting for a more subtle and natural palette like , who highlights her cheeks in a skin-tone-flattering peachy hue.
The anchor to any front-row beauty look? Solid brows as seen on : thick but well groomed; arched and filled in to perfection.
With a brow-to-lash sweep of silver shadow, front-row fan makes sure she’ll sparkle long after the lights go out over the catwalk.
From cherry red to bubble gum pink to zesty orange, stars are ooh-ing and aah-ing over the latest collections with vibrantly lacquered lips that pop against fall neutrals or are perfectly matched like strawberry pucker.
While giving their fall fashion forecasts at PEOPLE StyleWatch’s Fashion’s Night Out Party at JCPenney in N.Y.C, the designing sisters do a double-take on the season’s dramatic eye: outlines her gaze in a mahogany hue while twin opts for an ink shade.
The temperatures may be cooling off, but celebs like , who promoted her new Paper Crown line at a Fashion’s Night Out event in Los Angeles, keep their look hot with a fresh and flawless foundation base that exudes just the right amount of shine.
takes her long locks front and center with a decisive middle part that accentuates her straight ombré strands. Often a severe style on the catwalk, Rachel’s half-up style and headband serve to soften the look.