Balmain: Smudgy Eye

Balmain’s lead makeup artist, Tom Pecheux, went for a look that is both seductive and glamorous: an update to the smoky eye. Mimic the tousled, undone look at home by using a beauty blender—or your finger—to smudge the eyeliner on your lower lashes.

Photographed by Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Isabel Marant: Tickled Pink

Isabel Marant brightened her Spring 2017 runway with rosy cheeks, eyelids, and lips, brought together under the low key but upbeat creative direction of makeup artist Lisa Butler. What better way to renew the complexion than with dewy skin and a healthy flush?

Gigi Hadid walks the runway during the Isabel Marant show as a part of Paris Fashion Week Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2017 in Paris, France on September 29, 2016. Photo by Aurore Marechal/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)
Gigi Hadid Photographed by Aurore Marechal/Sipa USA via AP Images

Haider Ackermann: Corner Accent

Backstage at Colombian designer Haider Ackermann‘s show, makeup artist Lynsey Alexander updated the classic cat-eye with exaggerated cut-out wings in electric yellow. White highlights at the tear-duct offer extra oomph.

Model wears a creation by Haider Ackermann fashion house, as part of the women's ready-to-wear spring summer 2017 women fashion week, Paris, France (Sipa via AP Images)
Photo: Sipa via AP Images

Acne Studios: Left-Of-Center Lip

From the creative minds at Acne Studios and makeup artist Aaron de Mey comes our new favorite lip: Muted. Dark. Greyish purple. Combine with minimal makeup on the rest of your face to strike the perfect balance between edgy and carefree.

Photo: Sipa via AP Images

Paco Rabanne: Metallic Effect

At Paco Rabanne, long-celebrated for its influential use of chain-mail, famed makeup artist Pat McGrath, took metal to new heights by painting the models’ lids with a bronze cream eyeshadow.
Paco Rabanne

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