Beauty Hacks of New York Fashion Week\nBefore models hit the catwalk looking fresh-faced, smoky-eyed or well-braided. Here, a runway-ready guide from the pros.\nDick Page taught us to apply blush under our foundation at Zero Maria Cornejo Fall 2016. It uses less base, and gives cheeks a believable flush. \n\nPhoto by Getty Images.\nAnthony Turner showed us that elegance means showing your neck at Creatures of the Wind Fall 2016. \n\n Photo by Isabel Martinez for W magazine.\nYadim revealed that tapping blush across the cheeks and the bridge of the nose gives a natural, and that adding gloss to the tips of lashes will catch the light at Jason Wu Fall 2016. \n\nPhoto by Getty Images.\nOrlando Pita started with mousse for a beautiful blowout at Carolina Herrera Fall 2016. \n\nPhoto by Olivia Locher for W magazine.\nDiane Kendal proved that doubling up on your liner – at the lid crease and lash line – can be chic, and young. at Oscar de la Renta Fall 2016. \n\nPhoto by Peter White for Getty Images.\nPaul Hanlon illustrated that tucking long hair into your shirt extends a long, lean silhouette.” Vera Wang Fall 2016. \n\n Photo by Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho for Getty Images.\nPat McGrath made the point that sometimes, restraint makes the loudest statement at Victoria Beckham Fall 2016. Only use a lip color that really suits your skin tone. \n\n Photo by Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho for Getty Images.\nDiane Kendal showed us her tool of choice for brushed up brows – a mustache brush – at Oscar de la Renta Fall 2016. \n\n Photo by Peter White for Getty Images.\nGuido Palau proved that a good haircut really can change your life at Alexander Wang Fall 2016. \n\nPhoto by Olivia Locher for W magazine.