New York Fashion Week
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We know, we know: no one wants to think about fall or winter just yet, considering we’re still in, well, winter. Let us have springtime! But this month, New York Fashion Week designers come together, give us a peek inside their crystal balls, and show off what trends will be huge come September. Still, let’s not forget the hair and makeup, which always comes into assist — and sometimes steals the entire show.

The first big runway of the season was Proenza Schouler, who tapped Bella Hadid and a slew of models endorsing minimalist makeup and middle parts. But it’s not all pared-down: makeup artists at Runway 7 and Bronx and Banco channeled disco-era glamour with party-ready, glittering eye shadow. If you prefer your ’70s trends a little more punk, check out Teddy Vonranson’s take on the shullet.

Keep reading — major fall hair and makeup inspiration ahead.

Proenza Schouler: Barely-There Makeup

Makeup artists used 111SKIN and Merit makeup products at the Proenza Schouler show, which featured Bella Hadid modeling both the clothes and TikTok’s favorite “clean” beauty look. A hint of sandy shadow lined her lids.

Proenza Schouler: Middle Parts

Models repped super-sleek, glossy middle parts and full, natural brows.

Teddy Vonranson: Swoopy Middle Parts

Punk-ish, 1970s hair trends (hello, shag, hello, mullet, hello, shullet) show no sign of letting up. At Teddy Vonranson’s presentation, one model showed off some particularly good styling: a middle-parted long mullet that was curled at the ends.

Runway 7: Face Adornments

Makeup was truly a work of art at Runway 7’s show, which featured models boasting a slew of trends: bold lipstick, vibrant eye shadow, and abstract eyeliner. They’re also making a great point for matching red and pink.

STAN: Monochromatic Makeup

One STAN model kept things minimalist to let their natural beauty shine. Just a hint of blush was swept onto cheeks, along with a matching, dusty rose lip hue. Easy peasy, and oh so pretty.

Bronx and Banco: Disco Ball Eyes

A sleek, middle-parted updo was paired with metallic silver eye shadow for a very disco look.

Bronx and Banco: Pink, Pink, Pink

Power pink eyelids were paired with matchy lips.

via: Allure

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