5 Beauty Trends From NYFW We Want To Try Now
New York Fashion Week is in full swing. The first set of SS19 looks have hit the catwalk and we’re already obsessed with the hot new make-up trends heading our way. But why wait ’til winter has been and gone? Get ahead of the beauty curve by recreating some of our favourite NYFW looks right now. Here’s how…
Ice Queen at Tory Burch SS19
The fashion at Tory Burch may have sparked feelings of a bohemian summer, but the fresh, icy-white eyes and frost-bitten cheeks of her models had us dreaming of crisp winter mornings. Want to recreate the look in time for cooler climes? Lartizy’s Dew Pot is a multitasking product that creates super-glowy flushed cheeks, lips and lids in seconds.
Power Pout at Rodarte SS19
Rodarte made a striking conflict with its make-up at New York Fashion Week, clashing bright eyes and strong, velvety lips with its soft, ethereal clothes. Go bold with your pout this winter with a super-rich, matte red. Why not make Lord & Berry’s Vogue Matte Lipstick in China Red your go-to for AW18 and SS19?
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Another Rodarte shot I can’t get enough of. Always know how to push the boundaries of properly beautiful, dramatic, what a ‘show’ should literally be all about. Seriously impressed team @jameskaliardos @odilegilbert_official 🙌🏼 #NYFW #ss19 #rodarte #backstagebeauty #accessallareas #cameraskillstho
Parallel Lines at LaQuan Smith SS19
‘Strong, gorgeous, powerful women’ inspired his collection, so it’s no wonder the make-up at LaQuan Smith echoed that very sentiment. Sharp and striking liquid liner was used to create these fierce, parallel strokes. Recreate this look by keeping your base and face bare, then brush up your brows and go bold with Hikari’s Raven Eyeliner.
Sultry Smoke at Tom Ford SS19
Tom Ford’s update on the smokey eye is our new favourite beauty inspo. Expertly blending super-soft shades of tawny brown and bronze, the look is finished off with a buttery kohl liner that defines the eye. Recreate the sultry smudge with the Laritzy 12.1 Eyeshadow Palette, which holds 12 richly-pigmented shades from amber and cinnamon to nude, and outline with Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen in Black Noir.
Glitter Bomb at Tadashi Shoji SS19
Japanese fashion designer Tadashi Shoji might have been channelling glitter and glamour for SS19, but we’re stealing this look for party season. Recreate the oversized cat-eye with highly-pigmented glitter powders in a rainbow of shades. Sweep three clashing colours over different parts of the eye – the lid, the wing and the brow – then blend. The Hikari Cream Pigment Eyeshadow‘s mega-watt formula is perfect for creating standout, shimmering eyes when December arrives.