We’re swooning over the best of beauty from MFW & LFW F/W ‘15

With no shortage of show-stopping looks, the runway serves as an endless source of inspiration – here are our best beauty picks from Milan and London, and how you can cop these looks off!

Side-swept away: We’ve heard of a side part, but this deep side part is oh-so-flattering, as seen here at Jil Sander and Erdem.

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Dress it up with a chunky headband, bows, bejeweled clips and such – Blair Waldorf would certainly approve! Women with a prominent forehead and square-shaped jaw line, this one’s a definite for you.

I woke up like this…Flawless: “Ladies, tell ‘em…” No, we’re not breaking into a Beyoncé song, but these effortless smoky eyes make us want to ponder over how the make-up maestros backstage at Burberry and Versace can make the morning-after makeup look so fresh!

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Do try this at home – use a black or grey kohl pencil and smudge either with a q-tip or your fingers, making sure the flaws are concealed and the rest of the face is dewy and fresh.

Clip it, don’t snip it: Coral hair clips and jeweled barrettes ruled the runway at Gucci and Prada.

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Hairstylist at Prada, Guido Palau, transformed an already glam high ponytail and pumped it up with its loose ends tucked ever-so-chic-ly to the side with these gorgeous trinkets. Hair-accessorize, we must!

Peachy keen: A peach blush for a sun-kissed glow is heard of, but an explosion of peach on the eyes? Not so often. While Tom Ford may have taken a leave of absence from his regular showing at London Fashion Week and surprised us at California, meanwhile backstage, his team of make-up experts have definitely blown us away!

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Though the runway iterations are intriguing, you can certainly tone things down for real life – a combination of shimmery peach and taupe eyeshadow can work so well for a gradient smoky eye.

Chignon Chic: Ever ruined a French bun by trying it yourself? Been there, done that! The hairstylists at Fendi validate that a mistake can sometimes look so effortlessly glam.

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If messy do’s aren’t your speed, try a sleek knotted bun, as seen here at Jonathan Saunders.

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Artful Flutters: Spider-y lashes and a playful eye, the eyes sported by the models at Fendi make for an artful juxtaposition between dainty and drab.

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P.S. Do not try this one at home. Unless you’re going as the Black Swan for Halloween.

 

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