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Paris Fashion Week Beauty Trends Fall 2017

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Hair accessories are always a given at Paris Fashion Week and this go of it we saw all sorts of statements. Chanel's Barberella-inspired 'dos were topped off with crystal-encrusted designs worn over the ear, while classic black medium-width styles framed the face of every model at the H&M studio show. However, the most impressive of all were the double-take-inducing

Statement Headbands Hair accessories are constantly an offered at Paris Style Week and this go of it we saw all sorts of declarations. Chanel’s Barberella-inspired ‘dos were completed with crystal-encrusted styles used over the ear, while classic black medium-width designs framed the face of every model at the H&M studio show. The most remarkable of all were the double-take-inducing” headbands “at Issey Miyake, which were in fact created from the design’s own hair and painted blue-green. Exaggerated Feline Eyes< img data-img320 ="http://mac.h-cdn.co/assets/17/10/480x240/runway-comps-1.jpg"data-img320-w=" 480"data-img320-h =" 240"data-cut=" 320"data-zoom="http://mac.h-cdn.co/assets/17/10/980x490/runway-comps-1.jpg"src="http://mac.h-cdn.co/assets/17/10/480x240/runway-comps-1.jpg"alt="As far as feline flicks were worried, essential artists were laying 'em on thick. Balmain went full-on warrior with smudged-out wings accentuated with white liner to extend the whites of the eyes. At Fenty x Puma, there were a variety of liner declarations consisting of noticable black flicks extended out to be & nbsp; parallel with & nbsp; tail of the eyebrow. And at Valentino, there were reverse burgundy feline eyes to match the dark berry lips for a monochrome makeup

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This season, designers continued to embrace individual textures and the most shining example of hair diversity could be seen at Stella McCartney show, where lead hairstylist Eugene Souleiman opted out of product completely and used water to manipulate each model's natural tresses. How's that for keeping it real?

“640 “data-img480-h=”320″data-img640 =”http://mac.h-cdn.co/assets/17/10/768×384/runway-comps-1.jpg”data-img640-w=” 768″data-img640-h =”384 “data-img1024=” http://mac.h-cdn.co/assets/17/10/980×490/runway-comps-1.jpg “data-img1024-w=” 980″data-img1024-h=”490 “nopin=”nopin”> As far as feline flicks were concerned, key artists were laying ’em on thick. Balmain went full-on warrior with smudged-out wings accented with white liner to extend the whites of the eyes. At Fenty x Puma, there were a variety of liner declarations including noticable black flicks extended out to be parallel with tail of the eyebrow. And at Valentino, there were reverse burgundy cat eyes to match the dark berry lips for a monochrome makeup impact. Private Texture This season, designers continued to welcome private textures and the most shining example of hair variety might be seen at Stella McCartney show, where lead hairstylist Eugene Souleiman pulled out of item entirely and utilized water to manipulate each model’s natural tresses. How’s that for keeping it genuine? No-Makeup Makeup Season after season, we’ve come to anticipate large-than-life appearances from makeup artist Pat McGrath. So envision our shock when at 2 major programs, she went the no-makeup makeup route. (Naturally we understood there was more than fulfilled the eye.) At Loew, McGrath used her Skin Fetish 003 Highlighter to strobe the skin, while at McCartney sweeps of brown shadow on the covers heated up the face. Soft, Touchable Waves and Curls messily at the former and razor-sharp at the latter.

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