February fashion month came, conquered, and brought us a breath of fresh trends, as well as beauty looks to use as inspiration for upcoming seasons. Unfortunately, you will have to wait a while to get your hands on some of the clothing and accessories that debuted on the catwalks, but one good thing to note is that you don’t necessarily have to wait to get your hands on most of the beauty products used to create the most talked about runway looks. You can actually shop many of these items now in your local drugstore or online.
Ahead, we have listed seven of the best looks to hit the scene during fall 2017 fashion month and the exact products used. Get your credit cards ready!
The sultry smoky eye created for Elie Saab’s show was a fusion between “opera, models, and cool nights,” according to the MAC pro team. This is an amazing look for a late night on the town with the girls or a sexy but adventurous date. Keep the drama on the eyes and opt for clean skin and lips.
DOLCE & GABBANA
An urban interpretation of the Italian Renaissance inspired the beauty look at Dolce & Gabbana’s recent presentation. There were ruby red lips and perfectly drawn winged liner. All together, it was equal parts romantic and sweet.
Makeup artist Michele Magnani explains the inspiration behind the beauty look at Stella Jean as “makeup without borders.” Many would pin this look to a spring board, but we can’t help but love the way artists fiercely made this beautiful baby blue eye makeup pop.
You could see the gorgeous burgundy bold lips on Jonathan Simkhai’s runway from a mile away. Makeup artist Yadim for Maybelline New York says the look “signifies a woman’s power over a man.” Paired with the small pearls placed at the inner corners of the eyes, the overall makeup is enticingly stunning.
Key products to shop: Maybelline New York FaceStudio Master Strobing Liquid Illuminating Highlighter, Maybelline New York Color Sensational Loaded Bolds in Midnight Merlot, Maybelline New York Lipstudio Shine Shot Lip Topcoat.
This season, Marc Jacobs embraced individuality and gave all the models unique looks that told completely different stories. One of the most standout looks (pictured above) had a ’90s R&B/hip-hop feel that was edgy and cool. Makeup artist Diane Kendal for Marc Jacobs Beauty also paid special attention to the model’s skin, adding a subtle sheen to the eyelids.
Key products to shop: Marc Jacobs Beauty Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, Marc Jacobs Glow Stick Glistening Illuminator, Marc Jacobs Beauty Collector’s Edition Le Marc Lip Creme Lipstick in Blacquer 000, Marc Jacobs Beauty Le Marc Lip Creme Lipstick in Blow 210.
ZERO + MARIA CORNEJO
When speaking of the look backstage at Zero + Maria Cornejo, Shiseido’s artistic director Dick Page says, “Maria’s collection resembles a bohemian woman, with richness in the texture and fabric, so I created a glamorous, yet not totally flawless, look this season.” The result is definitely luxurious.
The glossy lip and lid gals backstage at Philipp Plein might have had one of the most loved looks by far at New York Fashion Week. It was the designer’s first show in New York City, and makeup artist Yadim for Maybelline New York really brought the heat, to say the least. All of the colors used were paired together to perfectly go along with Plein’s collection.
Key products to shop: Maybelline New York FaceStudio Master Contour & Highlight V-Shape Duo Stick, Maybelline New York the Colossal Big Shot Mascara, Maybelline New York Matte Metallics by Color Sensational Vivid Hot Lacquer (launching July 2017).
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