“For this look I wanted to create a rugged and edgy, yet wearable complexion, with fresh dewy skin and a forward, almost aggressive eye," said Temptu makeup artist Lisa Butler. Her inspiration? Sporty chic. Get the look!
Poppy orange lips and twisted, Victorian hair made for a modern vintage collection at Karen Walker's spring runway. The yellow plays off the preppy shades of navy and orange beautifully—it's bright, feminine, and fun!
See how to get the outrageously crimped hair and pink, acid-washed nails from Diego Binett's spring show!
Aveda stylist Didier Malige styled gorgeous "wet-and-dry" chignons for Sophie Théallet's spring collection. Inspired by the French film "La Piscine", the hair is effortless yet sensual. "It's that of a girl who has just gone swimming, as if she has offhandedly pulled her hair back in a chignon and just left it to dry," said Didier. "It reflects her natural and understated sophistication."
The beauty look at Custo Barcelona's latest collection channels summer in cyberspace. "It's a very modern and clean take on natural beauty," said Maybelline New York Artist Gato Zamara. "Skin is flawless and almost silicone-like. Brows are strong and graphic. The lips have a sweet, shiny look."
The wet hair trend continues at Diesel's spring show. Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a damp low ponytail to emphasize natural, warm-weathered beauty. “The look was inspired by a French girl’s style in the '80s," said Guido. "It’s easy and effortless, and looks like she’s just come off the beach."
IMAN Cosmetics partnered with the Fashion & Art Gallery at their spring Designer Showcase at New York Fashion Week. The presentation highlighted two emerging talents in the fashion industry: "Project Runway" Season 5 Runner-Up Korto Momolu, and twin Somali designers Mataano. Emmy Award-Winning makeup artist Valente Frazier was the lead makeup artist for the evening.
Day Six of New York Fashion Week is over, and Beautylish's Tara has all the scoop from backstage at the shows. She'll be bringing you the latest on hair, makeup, and nails, and all the juicy titbits that happen behind the scenes.
Donna Karan's tribal and sporty spring collection was inspired by Haitian art the designer had seen on her numerous visits. The makeup look was just as graphic, minimalist, and bold, focusing on a strong brow and a multidimensional chocolate lip. "A sporty, sexy eighties Yasmin Le Bon," said MAC lead makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury.
"Light-hearted, elegant makeup... playful," said MAC makeup artist Lisa Butler of the look at Ohne Titel for spring. Pastel hues with bright pops, lots of stripes, and unusual feather accents combined to create a fun and slightly preppy collection.
Dark, wine-colored lips are a great way to kick up a neutral look this season, as shown at the fall Custo Barcelona, Christophe Lemaire, and Anne Valérie Hash shows. Pairing the right eye makeup with a deep berry lip is cinch with this tutorial by Beautylish's Jasmine. Check it out to see how to do it!
TRESemmé stylist Jeanie Syfu took inspiration from Diane Keaton's role in Manhattan when crafting the hair at Rebecca Minkoff's spring show. It's a faux-yet-flattened perm that's been brushed out.
The vintage influence was evident in Tracy Reese's spring collection. The silhouettes, the muted retro color palette, and the overall styling took cues from mid-20th century fashion. TRESemmé stylist Jeanie Syfu created traditional "roller" hairstyles with soft waves to match.
The spring collection at Charlotte Ronson featured translucent fabrics and longer hemlines. TRESemmé stylist Jeanie Syfu created a simple, understated ponytail to lend a bohemian element to these Victorian-inspired silhouettes.
Festive yellow greens and cherry reds in Carolina Herrera's spring collection expressed the vibrancy of the season. See how MAC makeup artist Diane Kendal created a fresh look to match!
Hairstylist Martin Cullen lead the Phyto team at Zero + Maria Cornejo, and designed an architectural, folded updo to match the graphic silhouettes in the collection. See how he created the look!
Hairstylist Nikki Ray of Salon AKS lead the Phyto team at Erickson Beamon's spring collection, creating theatrically twisted hair to match the wild makeup, nails, and clothes. "Mad Magic Magnificient," describes Nikki of the avant-garde look.