New York Fashion Week Fall 2016: See Your Favorite Models' Beauty Looks — And Get Them IRL
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The Show: Fenty x Puma by Rihanna
Get the Look: Makeup artist Pat McGrath paired black lips and bare eyes with Yusef Williams’ Ice Age-inspired hairstyle. Using two layers of Matrix StyleLink Super Fixer Gel, Williams used his fingers to rake the hair back, before allowing it to dry and combing in in white Mehron Hair Paint and Streaks n Tips temporary highlight spray to add to the frozen look. “The combination of the gel, the hair paint and the temporary highlight spray helped to give the hair a crackled look,” he says.
The Show: DVF
Get the Look: Pat McGrath smudged brown eyeliner in the models' eye sockets and below their lower lash lines, leaving their skin fresh and their lips bare. Orlando Pita styled the hair based on '70s icons — think Farrah Fawcett, Michelle Pfeiffer and Shelley Duvall.
The Show: Vera Wang
Get the Look: Makeup artist Lucia Pieroni's combination of irridescent eyeshadow and smudged black eyeliner gave an “almost ethereal” feel, which complemented Paul Hanlon's effortlessly-chic hairstyle perfectly. The hair was blown out with a round brush, and then secured with an elastic before being tucked into each model's neckline – the runway version of turtleneck hair.
The Show: Tommy Hilfiger
Get the Look: Glitter is having a moment (remember Suki Waterhouse's glitter tears?) but it's not exactly an everyday look. Pat McGrath made it more wearable by simply dabbing gold glitter over cream shadow to create a more low-key gilded look, which was teamed with low ponytails created by Eugene Souleiman.
The Show: Jeremy Scott
Get the Look: Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman created Southern-inspired bouffants with tons of volume, while MAC makeup artist Kabuki gave the classic cat eye a bold twist by mixing three shades of MAC Pro Acrylic Paint and sweeping it across the lid. He then applied the black liquid eyeliner in a winged shape, and finished a pop of hot pink lipstick. But the most exciting part of the look? Silver stars meant to be “beauty marks” under the models' right eyes.
The Show: Carolina Herrera
Get the Look: To go with the sleek, straight hair by Orlando Pita, Diane Kendal created a soft smoky eye by applying MAC eye pencil in Coffee in the crease and under the eyes. She then topped it with eyeshadow in Mulch and Joy Toy before lining upper and lower lash lines with black liner. The final touch? A pale lavender lip, created by mixing MAC lipstick in Fun Happens (available soon) with concealer.