The best beauty looks from London Fashion Week SS17
London Fashion Week SS17 bought with it a whole host of new and exciting beauty looks. If you’re stuck in a make up rut join us as we walk you through some of our pick of the best beauty looks from London Fashion Week SS17 and give you a glimpse of the biggest beauty trends set for summer 2017…
LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW: Mary Katrantzou
BEAUTY LOOK: Acid Bright Lips
There were 3 shades of acid bright lip colours seen backstage at Mary Katrantzou SS17 a fluoro pink, a popping orange and a fiery red. Created by MAC artist Lynsey Alexander using the MAC retro matte liquid lip colour, the aim was to create the look of a pumped up, stamped on mouth.
LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW: Topshop Unique
BEAUTY LOOK: Colour Contrast
Created by Topshop Makeup Artist Hannah Murray this look featured a wash of deep smokey red eyeshadow, a Brook Shields inspired brow and a soft pinky 90’s lip that was purposefully chosen to contrast against the red shadowed eye.
LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW: Preen
BEAUTY LOOK: Flower Power
Created by makeup extraordinaire Val Garland for MAC at the Preen SS17 show this look featured real, dried out pressed flowers that were delicately placed onto the skin by hand. Skin was kept very fresh and clean throughout with minimal makeup. Flowers were placed randomly on the face, neck, upper back and arms and designed to look like the girls had fallen into a bed of flowers. Dreamy.
LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW: J W Anderson
BEAUTY LOOK: Cool Girl Makeup
This carefree beauty look was designed to play on the youthfulness of the girls but with a sexy and worldly look. Created by NARS makeup artist Mark Carrasquillo makeup was minimal with just a little concealer where necessary, matte skin, a layer of mascara for depth of colour around the eye and a rubbed in, roughed up lipstick that looked like the girl had applied it herself. A nonchalant, cool girl makeup look at it’s best.
LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW: Alice Temperley
BEAUTY LOOK: Slept In Makeup
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Slept-in ‘shagged’ makeup was the look of the show at Temperley. Created by Val Garland for Rodial it was all about a ‘glunge’ style, a mix of glam and grunge. Eyes were smokey with a black liner along the lashline and a smokey shadow buffed in around the eye, over a brown mousse eyeshadow base. The show also featured the brand new Rodial Suede Lip pen that has a creamy, matte pigment. The Rodial Suede Lip pen crayon was debuted at the show and is available to purchase from September 19th.