Jason Wu decided to brighten things up for fall by pairing his collection with bold, bright makeup. This megawatt blue shadow added the perfect pop of color down the runway.
At Cushnie et Ochs, a double-duty makeup move was a beauty lover's dream. A deep wine lip was paired with a sculpted smokey eye for twice the appeal.
Mara Hoffman opted for an updated version of the classic smokey eye with navy blue eyeliner and subtle cinnamon-colored shadow under the brow bone.
Monique Lhuillier is another designer who opted for an audacious eye makeup look paired with barely-there lipstick.
The face at Tracy Reese was all about a strong, winged smokey eye and sculpted cheek. Nude lips and bone-straight sleek hair finished off the look.
A model walks the runway at the Diane Von Furstenberg in a pretty pink pout and long, flowy soft curls.
Backstage at Karen Walker, models were outfitted with thick eyeliner in a bold, bright tangerine hue.
Forget about being dark and drab for fall. At Jeremy Scott it was all about brights! Not only were the clothes drenched in vivid, juicy shades, but the models worked the runway in loud, neon makeup and funky, spiked hair.
A rich, red lip was the beauty look du jour backstage at Douglas Hannant. The beauty pros at NARS created this ravishing face, complete with heavy brows and white liner on the lower waterline.
Here's a runway-ready look of the timeless red lip on the runway at Douglas Hannant.
The manicure masters at Sally Hansen chose these three, eye-popping shades to bring life to the nails on the runway at Tracey Reese.
Backstage at Nanette Lepore, it was all about a fierce, dramatic smokey eye, with inky black eyeliner and strong, sculpted cheeks.