Backstage at Mara Hoffman, models shine in a golden embrace.
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At Jerome 5:31, brows were dusted in gold, a glamorous effect that subtly upped the look's masculinity.
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A thick line of gold liner looks glamorous yet youthful at Badgley Mischka. Tom Pecheux created the look for MAC using the brand's Superslick Liquid Eye Liner in Pure Show.
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Butter LONDON manicurist Katie Jane Hughes' floating nail art—a golden moon and tip accenting an otherwise nude nail—looked stunning paired Tadashi Shoji's Moroccan-inspired collection. Get the look: Hughes applied Butter LONDON Nail Foundation to the nails followed by Butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in Marbs on the moon and tip.
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The scene backstage at Badgley Mischka
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At Badgley Mischka, mani maestro Deborah Lippmann applied two coats of her forthcoming pewter shade Take the A Train (out Fall 2014) then painted on a moon in Glitter and Be Gay—a beauty editor fave.
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To create a jewel-like glow in the inner corners of the eyes, makeup artist AJ Crimson mixed Mehron Metallic Powder with a little clear OCC Lip Tar.
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At Altuzarra, Tom Pecheux created a green-tinted, golden eye.
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Sparkle and Shine
The look at Lela Rose was romantic and ethereal, but still glam. Romy Soleimani used chunky gold glitter that extended beyond the eye.