Milan is always the shiniest of fashion weeks. Known for its advertisement staple brands and polished women, not necessarily its beauty innovation. This season, however, a few trends came racing towards the forefront. Peachy toned lids, wet look hair and dark, vampy lips took center stage and we can't wait to try them out.
Say goodbye to smoke and hello to shade. This season's hottest eye is a super blended shade of color over the whole lid. Try a mushroomy purple for a safe bet or a peach like this for a springy alternative.
Forget the pastel pinks of spring, there were plenty of dark lips in Milan to serve as inspiration for Fall. We love the fluffy curls and sculpted cheeks of this look.
If you liked the peach at Blumarine, this more pigmented look is the next step up. Try it with liner if you're scared of the pink-eye look or go the whole way and skip liner and mascara.
Another shaded eye for fall, this time in a warm taupe neutral. For a Brody Dalle-inspired grunge version of this look, try blending a touch of black shadow across the lash line.
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This is the kind of look we associate with Milan: bold, bright, inspired by Sophia Loren and designed by Pat McGrath. Classicists rejoice.
Anyone inspired by Jennifer Lawrence's skin at the Oscars should look to Etro for tips. Use a subtle contour to give your highlighter even more impact.
If there's one look that stood out this week it was the fur-hawks at Fendi. Not only was this a statement-making hair look, the brand also featured a rich, dark lip — one of the other standout trends.
If you're looking to try the wet hair look this is how you do it. With a high-shine gel and a bit of artful arranging, you can get wet look hair without the mess.
NYFW's biggest trend of leaving mascara behind might seem like a stretch for many but by tightlining, as seen here, you can give your lashes fullness and definition without the clumps. If you're new to tightlining, either line the upper waterline close to the lashes or rest a liquid liner on your lash line before you sweep it.
Now this kind of wet look hair is a bit difficult to wear everyday but we love the idea of piece-y defined locks artfully pinned around the head. Try using a low-hold pomade to get a more wearable version of this look.