Gemstones, glitter and glam squads galore
When it comes to beauty, the fashion month catwalks are the place to scoop the biggest make-up and hair trends 2019 will see, so we’ve hand picked the best of the best from this season’s shows.
No make-up make-up is without a doubt one of the trickiest looks to perfect – just ask any make-up artist – but here we’re focusing on those that are really creative, eye-catching and ‘out there’.
Kicking off a month of fashion, NYFW AW19 has thankfully not disappointed. There’s been glitter, graphic liner and gemstones galore, all feeding into the 2019 make-up trends that’ll define the year ahead.
The key takeaway trend from the shows this season has been self-expression – being as bold and creative as you like with make-up. (That is, after all, half the fun of it.) Shows have been inspired by the fun and frivolities of stage musicals, iconic TV and film moments and decades gone by.
Ready to see some serious make-up inspo?
Keep scrolling for the best and most beautiful beauty looks to grace the Big Apple’s catwalk this season.
Proof that the hair bow trend isn't going anywhere any time soon, Oscar de la Renta paired flawless skin with a bold red lip for the AW19 show.
Classics are classic for a reason, which is probably why Zimmerman opted for a uniform cat-eye flick on all of the models.
White graphic liner ruled the show at 3.1 Phillip Lim.
Major troll doll vibes were seen at Anna Sui, where brightly coloured wigs and heavy, heavy liner dominated.
Face jewels and a pop over silver in the inner corner of the eye make for a winning combination. Cheers, Christian Siriano.
Boozy dark red lips ruled the roost at Jonathan Simkhai, paired with fresh and flawless skin and brushed up brows.
There wasn't a defined lip in sight at Rebecca Minkoff, just the slightly blurred suggestion of lipstick that had been smudged on. The addition of fresh and flushed skin made this the perfect winter look.
Call your grandma: Blue eyeshadow is back, at least according to Maryam Nassir Zadeh. Piled all the way up to the brow bones, the nineties vibes were real.
Glitter, glitter and more glitter – after last year's floral escapades, this year the theme at Rodarte was all about the sparkles of old Hollywood musicals gone by. Divine.
Undeniably influenced by Twiggy's signature beauty look, Brandon Maxwell had a real sixties feel thanks to the heavy lashes and liner and pale nude lip.