Top Five Beauty Trends At Paris Fashion Week

Diana Bell-Heather   |   04 - 10 - 2017

As Paris Fashion Week comes to an end, we take a look at some of the emerging beauty trends for next season.

 

The strong emphasis was on a natural complexion. Designers such as Givenchy, Isabel Marant and Jacquemus gave their models a healthy flushed glow and kept the rest of the look stripped back.

 

On the other end of the spectrum we have Chanel’s bright strong eyeshadow matched with a glossed lip, while Valentino allowed shades of pink to spill over the eyelids towards the brow line.

 

Speaking of brows, it’s come out as one of the simplest ways to make a strong statement with messy overgrown brows being the main focus for Giambattista Valli and Saint Laurent.

 

Artistic Touch

Artistic Touch

Artistic Touch

Artistic Touch

Eyes On Me

Eyes On Me

Eyes On Me

Eyes On Me

Eyes On Me

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Fresh Skinned

Dramatic Eye

Dramatic Eye

Dramatic Eye

Dramatic Eye

Dramatic Eye

Messy Brow

Messy Brow

Messy Brow

Messy Brow

Messy Brow

Artistic Touch

Touch of boho to the lips at Dries Van Noten.

Artistic Touch

Junya Watanabe brings extreme graphic eyeliner. Maybe not the most wearable but it definitely has an impact.

Artistic Touch

Illusion of a fuller lip at Maison Margiela.

Artistic Touch

Clean look given some edge with black kohl drawing on one side of the face at Yohji Yamamoto.

Eyes On Me

No minimalism at Chanel with a bright eye and a glossed coral lip.

Eyes On Me

Twiggy eyelashes at Dior.

Eyes On Me

Subtle sparkle was added to eyes, lips and hair at Dries Van Noten.

Eyes On Me

Jour Ne went all out shimmer on the eyelids.

Eyes On Me

Do like Valentino, break the rules and let the eyeshadow spill over your face for a romantic feel.

Fresh Skinned

Altuzarra went for a summer glow.

Fresh Skinned

Balmain's barely there makeup feels fresh and modern.

Fresh Skinned

Just a touch on the cheeks for definition at Carven.

Fresh Skinned

Fresh dewy skin as seen at Giambattista Valli should be on every romantics list.

Fresh Skinned

Givenchy managed to achieve a strong look with hardly any makeup - proof that all you need is great coverage and groomed brow.

Fresh Skinned

Youthful complexion at Isabel Marant has us reaching for the highlighter.

Fresh Skinned

Jacquemus found the perfect balance for a natural flushed finish.

Fresh Skinned

You know how Stella McCartney loves the all natural approach to everything she does, and the beauty look for her SS18 show was no different.

Dramatic Eye

Smudged eyeliner looks fresh and wearable at Alexander McQueen.

Dramatic Eye

Graphic eyeliner is all you need, according to John Galliano.

Dramatic Eye

L'Oreal put on a spectacular runway show in the middle of Paris with an array of makeup looks. This one was our favourite.

Dramatic Eye

One sweep of an eyeliner at Lanvin and you instantly have a feline eye nailed.

Dramatic Eye

Rochas framed the eye and added just a sweep of mascara.

Messy Brow

Do like Giambattista Valli and relax your brow grooming routine.

Messy Brow

For Issey Miyake example and put down those tweezers, few wild hairs never looked more now.

Messy Brow

Unkept but defined. Follow Nina Ricci's example and invest in a good brow pencil.

Messy Brow

Saint Laurent is all for letting your brows grow out.

Messy Brow

Brush through your brows and just flick them up at the end for an undone look, as seen at Sonia Rykiel.

Get your bathroom cabinet ready for next summer with our top five beauty trends at Paris Fashion Week.

 

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