New York isn't the place to look for the craziest, boldest looks of fashion week, but it is the perfect place to look for a new signature look. Trends to come out of this week include two-toned eyes, orange-red lips, and glowing, frosted skin. Here are a few of our favorite looks:
This new take on the smoky eye is the perfect way to mix up your standard night makeup. It also manages to lessen the severity of the deep pigmented lip color. Try this at home by pairing black and gold, as seen here, or even dark purple and silver.
Red and pink tones are hard to wear around the eyes but this blush tone is perfect for day or night. Add a highlighter or frosted shade under for definition and to stop yourself from looking sickly.
Bronze tones are underused for day and night. Often women with lighter skin tones sky away from bronze colors because they think it highlights their paleness. Embrace your skin tone and try warmer brown tones on your eyes.
Glossy eyes and lips are perfect for a cocktail party or dinner. Try adding a cream color to your eyes and blend it out, add illuminator at the end in the center of your upper and lower lids.
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Frosted is the word that comes to mind with this look. Not 80s frosted, but cool pink tones with frosty highlighter. The strong brows and teased hair keep this look from looking too polished and it's perfect for everyday.
Messy hair paired with a polished face is ideal for women with very little time in the morning. This English rose look is easily achievable with a sheer, matte foundation, multi-use color for cheeks and lips, and brow pencil.
Graphic liner may be hard to pull off at home, but there are variations on this look that can make a smoky eye really interesting. Try adding a dash inwards from the edge of your outer corner.
Orange tones are hard to use during the day but for night, paired with a gold shimmer, they can be a great alternative.
Taupe is a versatile shadow color that is ideal for a simple daytime look with depth and dimension. Try accenting a taupe base shadow with slate grey or plum tones.
The bold lip was enough to catch our eye in this look, but it's the defined white wing that sealed the deal. If you're trying this look at home, try using tape or a paper stencil to keep your colors from blending.