The makeup look at William Okpo was created with the “urban glam girl” in mind according to Aveda key makeup artist Janell Geason. The color palette was comprised of corals, oranges and nudes with a shimmery shadow and matte lip.
It was all about the 80’s at the Betsey Johnson show were models flaunted bright yellow eyeshadow, thick black eyeliner and vivid red lips. This look was created by the makeup pros at Maybelline and the funky, crimped hair was created by Aveda.
It was all about the eyes at Zac Posen where the MAC beauty team created a look consisting of feathery lashes, mauve eyeshadow, full brows and a matte neutral lip.
At the Arise Magazine fashion show, models flaunted a deep burgundy eyeshadow with a touch of silver eyeliner in the inner corner of the eye. Strong blush and a matte lip finished off the look.
Estée Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux created a subtle shimmery eye and creamy, pale pink lip for the beauty look at Derek Lam
Bright red lips and and bold brows were the look du jour at Carlos Miele.
Backstage at the Designer’s Collective show, we fell in love with the bright, orangey-red lip and winged, charcoal gray smokey eye.
At Lela Rose, the emphasis was all about the eyes as models worked the runway in bright, matte yellow eyeshadow.
Mara Hoffman emphasized both the lips and the eyes for her spring show. A swipe of navy blue eyeshadow was placed on the eyelids while the lips were brightened with a pop of burnt orange lipstick.
Bright blue eyeshadow reigned supreme backstage at Monique Lhuillier. The rest of the face was left bare so that the focus would be on those pretty peepers.