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Dying to recreate Kendall and Gigi's runway makeup? Here's exactly what the pros used on your favorite runway stars

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Oscar De La Renta show, Backstage, Fall Winter 2017, New York Fashion Week, USA - 13 Feb 2017
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The Pro: M.A.C. Pro Team

The Look: Artists created a subtle contour and a flushed cheek, leaving all of the attention on the eyes. To create the bright look, custom sky blue shades were created as a base on the lid. Then, artists applied a swipe of hot pink eye liner along the models’ lash lines, which was amplified with black mascara.

Our Must-Haves: M.A.C. Eye Shadow in Electric Eel, M.A.C. Chromagraphic Pencil in Process Magenta

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Badgley Mischka - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Alice Lane for Inglot

The Look: After creating a dewy glow on the skin, Lane went for a glossy eye, which she achieved with shimmery nude shadows and lip gloss. For the wine lip, the pro layered burgundy matte lipstick, lip liner and eye shadow for a bold, textured look.

Our Must-Haves: INGLOT Lipstick #295, INGLOT Freedom System Eyeshadow #450

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Nicholas K - Backstage - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Sarah Lucero for Stila

The Look: To create the subtle-yet-chic gilded eye look, Lucero first contoured the lid with matte eye shadow to create a canvas. She then added a gold wing using liquid glitter eye shadow as liner along the top and bottom lash lines, flicking out the outer edges. She finished the look a light swipe of mascara and a pale, glossy lip.

Our Must-Have: Stila Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow in Gold Goddess

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Libertine - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Katie Jane Hughes for Too Cool For School

The Look: To create the models’ dramatic wing, Huges mixed charcoal eyeliner with moisturizer to create a creamy consistency. Then, she applied it to the lids with a brush, shaping it into a wing at the outer corners. She continued to accentuate the wing with liner, and then added black eye shadow to make the shade even darker, before cleaning up the edges with a dry Q-tip and coating the top and bottom lashes with mascara.

Our Must-Haves: Dinoplatz Highline Eyeliner in Charcoal, Glam Rock Volume Thriller Mascara

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The Pro: Erin Parsons for Maybelline

The Look: (Left) After applying highlighter on the cheekbones, bridge of the nose and along the brow bone, Parsons applied a neutral eye shadow, then curled the lashes and coated them with mascara. Then she applied a merlot lipstick to the lips, blotting the center with makeup remover to add dimension.

Our Must-Haves: Maybelline Color Sensational The loaded Bolds in Midnight Merlot

The Look: (right) Parsons applied a plum lip liner in the crease of the lid and bottom lash line before adding black liner in the waterlines and layering burgundy lipstick and eye shadows on top. She finished the look with a few coats of mascara and a nude lip.

Our Must-Haves: Maybelline Color Sensational The Loaded Bolds in Midnight Merlot, Maybelline Expert Wear Eye Shadow in Fierce Fuchsia

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Jeremy Scott - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Kabuki for M.A.C.

The Look: Moisturized, perfectly-finished skin was topped with a pale pink blush and the eyes were slightly accentuated with a neutral base. Then, focus attention on the eyes, Kabuki cut false lashes into sections and applied them, Twiggy-style, along the bottom lash line.

Our Must-Haves: M.A.C. Cream Colour Base in Hush and Tint, M.A.C. 7 Lash

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Jason Wu - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Yadim for Maybelline

The Look: First, a heavy highlight was applied to the models’ skin. Then, Yadim filled in the brows and applied blue mascara to the outer lashes. To create the lip, he applied an orange matte shade on the top lip, followed by a bold red on the bottom, patting the two together before adding a hot pink gloss to create a lacquered finish.

The Must-Haves: Maybelline Color Sensational Vivid Matte Liquid in Red Punch

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Erin Fetherston - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Kelli J. Bartlett for Glamsquad

The Look: The pro created a full brow using a brow pencil darker than the models’ natural hair shade, then setting it with brow gel. She then defined the eyes with brown eyeliner and mascara before creating a wine-stained lip using a subtle lip pencil and a few dabs of merlot lipstick in the middle of the lips, blending it outwards to create a diffused effect.

Our Must-Haves: Charlotte Tilbury Rock n Khol Eye Liner in Barbarella, Beauty for Real D-Fine Lip Liner

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Courtesy Estee Lauder

The Look: After highlighting the skin, artists applied a light, imperfect wash of gray shadow on the lids before adding a sheer pink lip.

Our Must-Haves: While you wait for Victoria's next round of beauty products to drop, try: Estée Lauder Magic Smoky Powder Shadow Stick in Cool Ash

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Alexander Wang - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week
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The Pro: Diane Kendal for Nars

The Look: Kendal used a combination of eyeliners in the water lines and smudged along the bottom lash line to create the inky, gothic look, finishing the eyes with mascara and keeping the rest of the face clean and simple.

Our Must-Haves: Nars Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Via Veneto

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The Pro: Diane Kendal for M.A.C.

The Look: Keeping the skin fresh, Kendal created a bold geometric eye using shades like bright green, red and blue.

Our Must-Haves: While Kendal used MAC Pro products, to get the look, try the M.A.C. Eyeshadow

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