paris fashion week

Beyond the designs, fabrics, and fabrics, the runways dictate a trend in another subject, makeup. In Fashion Week Paris they have highlighted the risky makeups, especially focusing on eye makeup minimalist leaving and decides to stand out from the rest of the face.

Ultra pigmented shadows, glitter, metallic tones or infinite eyeliners are just some of what the catwalks dictate, it will also be taken at street level.

Take note of the most striking of the catwalk and adapt it to your makeup or, if you dare, recreate the beauty looks of the models.

The trend: Unfinished Cat-eyes

Where we saw it: Saint Laurent, Celine, Isabel Marant, Elie Saab, Koché, Lanvin, Zadig & Voltaire, Chloé.

What you need to know: From reliquaries placed one above the other and small vests seen in Saint Laurent to Celine’s torn denim pants, the iconic style of Kate Moss- especially around 2000 – was seen everywhere on the catwalks of Paris this season. And his influence also slipped into beauty trends with dew-covered skin, abundant messy hair (a trip to the past that was especially suitable at Zadig & Voltaire, where Moss was a guest designer). The featured look? A smoky eye perfect; And all that is needed is a basic item in your makeup bag: the kohl pencil.

burgundy lips

Louis Vuitton and Chloé were clear, the key to a perfect beauty look is the lips and the darker the better. The most ambitious garnet is installed again in makeup and takes center stage of the most elegant looks.

Paris Fashion Week, Dries Van Noten

In the Dries Van Noten woman, there are also many jacket suits with bright fabrics and velvet. Accessories such as large earrings and ball necklaces have been the protagonists. Although we have not been able to ignore the originality of necklaces like this one in purple. 

Paris Fashion Week, Lanvin

The asymmetrical dresses will return again with subtle frills and lace details that give that sweet and sophisticated touch.

Paris Fashion Week, Copernic

In addition, the jacket suits the mini dresses have also been the celebs. Nor have we been ready to forget the first sandals, take note!

Leather in all its aspects

If we already said it when we talked about the coats you want this season … Leather has reinvented itself. And he has done it in the form of a  blazer,  skirt (like Olivia Palermo’s) or jumpsuit. In the purest Catwoman style! Off White also points. 

Natalia Vodianova

The model is not too risky and therefore it usually opts for soft tones such as roses or peaches. On this occasion, he has chosen a makeup in very fresh and bright peach tones with which he has highlighted his lips and cheeks. To enhance your eyes you have only used a mascara that has been applied especially from the middle to the outside.

Alice Vikander

The actress has chosen one of her head makeup, the combo between thin black eyeliner and raspberry lips. Alicia usually opts for neutral tones or for this makeup when she looks for a little more color, of course, it is one of the make up she feels most comfortable with.

The trend: Futurism and wet-looks

What you would like to know: The wet look splashed the style weeks of the latest York, London, and Milan and has now soaked Paris with ultra-soft and glowing hair. The strict precision of this look is such it almost seems like plastic. wont to counteract light and ethereal garments, as seen in Loewe, or twiddling with the overall feel of futuristic machismo, a key to Haider Ackermann, it’s efficiently cool – and particularly useful on rainy days (the Adult Akech and Selena Forrest models in Lanvin walked the whole catwalk during a downpour.) “These look super polished, like Loewe’s ponytail this season, they seek to realize a masculine effect, almost in the style of 1920, ”says hairstylist Guido Palau.

Koche: High-Contrast Contour

Koche has become well-known as a fashion brand that takes color, shape, and texture to the acute. That’s why Terry Barber’s makeup look went so perfectly with the autumn 2020 collection — the contoured look was subtle but impactful. consistent with Barber, the design was inspired by “slightly dark, cinematic drama, as if during a David Lynch movie.” The most products used were MAC Paintsticks, which were mixed together to make custom nude shades that were slightly darker than the skin. “The color was washed above and below to duplicate natural shadow and depth,” consistent Barber.