Fashion Week Predicts Bold Beauty in Spring 2016

The runways in Milan and Paris were a flurry of color from bold blues to gold lips. Find inspiration for your next beauty look, here!

Virginia Lowman Oct, 08, 2015

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Need a quick upgrade that adds instant drama to your look? Take a cue from Marni, where models rocked 60s-inspired lashes for a doe-eyed look. To re-create the look add lengthy lashes to sporadically to your lower and upper lashes. 

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MAC's leading lady Lucia Pieroni took a 90s grunge and made it pretty by juxtposing dewy, frsh skin with bold brows and smudged liner for a "lived in" feel.

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Contoured cheeks are still having a moment. Balmain paired them with bold brows and nude skin.

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Barely-there makeup got a punky upgrade with kohl-lined eyes at Chloe creating an effortloess cool-girl look that screams Coachella.

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If you're looking for an ethereal glow, opt or a lumizing primer and pair it with strobed features and contoured cheeks.

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Seriously, Dolce & Gabbana never disappoint. Here's proof that classic winged liner and a rosy pout are the epitome of la dolce vita!

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DSquared2 was all about glowing skin. Opt for a rosy blush on the apple of the cheeks and highlight the inner corners of your eyes. Finish the look with a single coat of mascara.

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This may be a bit extreme for your taste, but take it as a lesson in color. Next spring is all about bold pastels. Don't be afraid of blending your favorite hue upward toward the brow bone and along your lower lashline. If you're really feeling daring, opt for a colorful cateye.

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If you're tired of your usual wined liner, opt for a graphic liner instead. We love this floating liner seen at endi. To get the look, use a gel liner to create a line that follows the arch of your crease. Finish with a setting spray and let the compliments roll in!

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Moschino gives a fashionable nod to the 90s with soft brown lips and feline flicked eyes.

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Models at Burberry sported a combination of nude skin and merlot lips or bare lips. Our votes in for the merlot lip, though. It's classy with a touch of sass!

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The beauty look at Giles was sort of an ode to the care-free girl. Think: bold red lips, dewy skin and clumped mascara. She's the confident girl who's too busy living to spend copious amounts of time makeing herself up in the mirror.

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Feeling festive? Reach for sequens to embellish lids and up the ante on an otherwise drab look.

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This 90s grunge look gets a fresh appeal when paired with dewy skin and flushed cheeks. Line your waterline with your favorite kohl and you're good to go!

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I always say, "great nights always start with red lipstick." Lived-in liner and blue-red matte lips are a winning combination next spring, every season in between and after !

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Bleached brows and nude faces were the beauty M.O. at Givenchy. To mimick their nude palette, even out your skin tone using a complimentary concealer, apply to lips as well and finish with a translucent powder.

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Dust your lids á la DVF with aquamarine hues that have a sublte hint of shimmer for a look thats whimsical and romantic. Finish the look with mauvy pink lips.

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Makeup master Lucia Pieroni inked models' lids with a splatter of bold pigment to create a "sporty tribal" look.

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Makeup artists at Thakoon let skin take the lead opting for barely-there makeup and sheer merlot-stained lips.

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Makeup maestro and CoverGirl extraordinare, Pat McGrath made a case for deep berry lips, contoured cheeks and graphic liner on the yes. We're obsessed— so obsessed that we think you should gt a head start and rock the look this fall!

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We never thought we'd say it, but next season, weaing too much mascara will be a good thing! Models at Marc Jacobs sported messy shadow and smudged, clumpy lashes. Think: recreating that undone beauty look you used to have the day after those rowdy college frat parties.

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Always a makeup minimalist, Alexander Wang's 'Wang Gang' sported hydrated, luminous skin and groomed brows. I.E. The girls in that show literally woke up like that, and so can you!


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