Makeup artist Pat McGrath, called the glittery black eyeliner look at Tom Ford “slightly dangerous, but very expensive”. This bubbly cat-eye with a rounded wing may just be the new makeup trend of the season (only time will tell ) -and is pretty east to DIY. Backstage, makeup artist first drew the shape with a black liner (liquid is easiest), and then used an eye gloss as glue to help the glittery eyeshadowstick.
Tom Ford EyeShadow Quad in Titanium Smoke.
Smudgy brown liner was rimmed all the way around the eyes, then paired with a light nude lipstick, backstage at Tory Burch.
Backstage at Alexander Wang, makeup artist Diane Kendal wanted the girls to look positively health and fresh. That meant a peachy liquid blushed swept across the entire cheekbone a new Orgasm lip balm, swiped across lips and a sparkly loose Orgasm highlither (coming soon) swept across the eyelids for a warm, subtle glow.
NARS Cosmetics: liquid blush in luster.
One of the biggest trends emerging from NYFW is unusual eyeliner, like this half-backed graphic cat-eye seen at Jill Stuard.
Hours before the Jason Wu show, makeup artist Yadim got a text from Yu himself ask him to switch up the entire beauty look. Instead of just creating glow, bronzed skin – he wanted to add a graphic element. Yadim whipped up this: a rounded, dark green cat-eye that looked as if it has been stamped on with a pinky finger.
Maybeline NY the city mini platte in urban jungle.
Pink eye makeup will continue to trend in to spring 2018, if Brock collection’s rosy beauty look is any indication.