From Swarovski crystals to 70s-inspired colour palettes, these are the autumn/winter beauty looks to pin immediately...
Lead makeup artist Diane Kendal took the classic Tom Ford smokey eye and put a fresh spin on it with a romantic blend of greys and pinks - giving a soft alternative to the sultry look.
Makeup artist Grace Lee created a monochromatic autumn-approved look for the Cushnie show. She drew inspiration from the ‘70s, with warm orange-red tones applied across the cheek, temple, eyes, and lip.
Christian Siriano sent out a fleet of bedazzled models down the runway, including supermodel Ashley Graham. Makeup artist Erin Parsons intricately applied Swarovski crystals to each model's face as though they were freckles and paired the blinged out beauty marks with blue mascara from Deja Blue Snapscara.
Makeup artist Pat McGrath ditched her usual larger-than-life sparkle for the Longchamp runway. McGrath created flawlessly HD skin paired with defined liner and a subtle smokey eye
Makeup artist Romy Soleimani used exclusively Bobbi Brown products to create a soft bare face juxtaposed with bold navy blue and cocoa brown eyes.
French makeup artist and YSL Beauty creative director Tom Pecheux gave us major Twiggy vibes with the beauty look he created at Brandon Maxwell. The look included dramatic false lashes paired with heavy mascara, completed with photo-ready skin and a nude lip.
The Tory Burch runway was full of fresh faces, showcasing luminous skin paired with a subtle smokey eye and lightly-glossed lips. This low-key look is a yes from us.
It was all about the glow at the Ralph Lauren show: the models made their way through the Ralph Cafe looking bronzed from their cheeks to their lids.