The catchiest makeup trends from Paris Fashion Week 2017
As Paris Fashion Week 2017 draws to a close, the fashion-lovers are given a glimpse what kinds of make-up will everybody be wearing next season. Therefore, stay tuned to wrap up your must-try makeup.
Isabel Marant represented fresh-faced glamor with a female using only a lip balm and bronzer rather than colorful makeup, sharp lipstick or smoky eyes. A fresh-faced no-makeup makeup look was gorgeous in Lanvin’s collection as well. Also for Christian Dior artist Peter Phillips created the illusion of almost no-makeup, keeping makeup fresh and minimal. Alike the labels listed above Nina Ricci offered every day, soft makeup look and natural effect of skin using only a soft pink flush sweeping across the cheekbone.
Lanvin (photo by Pascal le Segretain)
Geometric aspect in eye make-up
Sharp lines in the middle of an eyelid were easily catchy on the models at Thierry Mugler runway. Colorful geometric lines were used by Masha Ma and house of Leonard as well.
Masha Ma (photo by Matteo Valle)
Leonard (photo by Matteo Scarpellini)
Black smoky eyes with a layer of glitter might firstly make an association of disco, however, they look delicate, feminine and soft. This dark, romantic and even melancholy tone of make-up was chosen by Elie Saab for this season. The trend created by gold pigment and metallic colors across the eyes was used in Alexis Mabille’s collection as well.
Blurred lines of vibrant eyeliner, as well as electrical brightness and imperfectly used orange and red colors around the eyes, made Vivienne Westwood models shockingly pretty. Psychedelic and colorful makeup including colorful feathers as fake lashes were seen at Maison Margiela show as well.
Image of a warrior woman was represented at Balmain catwalk with black shadow all around the eye and lower lash line as well as with metallic smoky eyes. Black pencil and gel around the model’s lids were seen on Chloé runway as well. Black liner can be used on the inner and outer corners of both lashlines.
Chloé (photo by Matteo Scarpellini)
Makeup artist Pat McGrath created an attractive image of Valentino models and made their lips deep burgundy. Dark red lips were seen on Giambattista Valli’s models as well. This trend suggests the combination of darkness and colors on the lips.
Giambattista Valli (photo by Matteo Valle)