Next season’s hottest hair and makeup trends—straight from the runway
Trend: ’60s-Inspired Cat-Eyes
Pumped-up fringe and a generous coating of black eyeliner made peepers pop at shows like Louis Vuitton (shown here), Jonathan Saunders, and Dolce & Gabbana.
Trend: Statement Hair Color
Vibrantly hued powder transformed manes atThakoon (shown here) and Narciso Rodriguez, while bold streaks at Mulberry came courtesy of extensions.
Trend: Red Lipstick
Christian Dior’s orange-red pucker (shown here) is a spring standby. But, as designers Donna Karan and Anthony Vaccarello demonstrated, brownish and purplish reds are fair game too.
Faux blunt-bangs stole the spotlight at Hermès (shown here) and John Galliano; at Miu Miu, models’ own strands were molded and pinned over the forehead for a similar appearance.
Trend: Artsy Appliques
From Fendi’s gold leaf (shown here) and Givenchy’s sequins to Chanel’s pearls and Viktor & Rolf’s paper, all sorts of materials were adhered to the face for spring. Manish Arora, Mugler, and Gareth Pugh round out the creative bunch; plastic, glitter, and Minx nails served as their mediums.
Warmer weather calls for shorter hair—or at least a fake version of it. While wigs were utilized atEmporio Armani (shown here), tresses were tucked and pinned at Rag & Bone, Jil Sander, and Mark Fast.
Trend: Dramatic Navy Eyes
Creamy midnight-blue enhanced traditional black liner at Rodarte (shown here), Emanuel Ungaro, and Just Cavalli.
Trend: Retro Hairdos
The ’40s and ’50s were reference points for glamorous rolls and pinned-back waves; these styles were seen at Jean Paul Gaultier (pictured here), Prada, Sonia Rykiel, and Zac Posen.
Trend: Silvery Eyes
Etro’s brow-high dusting (shown here), Gianfranco Ferré’s circular shape, and Phillip Lim’s defined creases are proof that—no matter how you wear it—silver eye shadow is still trendy for spring.
Trend: Slick Strands
Whether dripping wet (Alexander Wang), damp (Alberta Ferretti), or half-dry (Giambattista Valli), slippery hair was popular on the spring catwalks. Translation: No blowout? No worries!
Trend: Strong Brows
Bold arches are in right now—and they’ll carry over into spring, too: Altuzarra(shown here), Moschino, and Derek Lam are just a handful of shows that embraced the eye-framing look.
Trend: Voluminous Locks
Hair was a shiny curtain of va-va-voom proportions atIssa (shown here), DKNY, and Versace.
Trend: Sun-Kissed Skin