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.
Ever wonder what a fashion week pro carries in her handbag when she's running around from show to show? We chatted to In Style magazine's Senior Fashion Features Editor Megan Deem and got the scoop on her New York Fashion Week essentials!
Redken celebrity hairstylist Rodney Cutler (he's responsible for Emma Watson's cropped cut!) and the ULTA team created a sleek wet hairstyle inspired by water to complement the flowing, almost aquatic fabrics of the collection. Keep reading to get the look!
The Marc by Marc Jacobs spring collection was made for the cool kids. Clean lines, vivid hues of orange and navy, stripe overload, and awesome footwear—it's street chic for the masses. See how to get the glossy updo!
Do you ever look through the Victoria's Secret catalog and long for a big, sexy mane? You can go from flat and lackluster to full and sexy hair in a couple of easy steps. Whether you try a no-heat method to using hot tools, you can create this bombshell 'do that will drive guys wild.
Blindingly bright, glittered fabrics in vintage '60s-inspired designs commanded the Norman Ambrose spring collection. Luxurious clothing—for the woman who swims in her diamonds. See how CND created six custom manicures!
Alexandre's spring 2012 collection was prim and proper with structured silhouettes and fanciful detailing. Nails took cues from the luminous fabrics of the collection—see how CND created finely frosted manicures!