10 Effortless “No Makeup” Looks from Fashion Week To Master This Fall

Tod's - Details - Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018

In a new era of inclusive beauty being ushered in by not only new and diverse faces on the runway, but also more inclusive makeup collaborations thanks to Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty collection, as Burberry makeup artist Wendy Rowe stated, beauty on the runway has evolved into “embracing individuality and not using makeup as a mask anymore.” And while minimal, natural beauty is not a new look on the runway, thanks to designers like Calvin Klein and Victoria Beckham who consistently showcase various styles of the “no makeup” look season after season, the trend has become a refreshing sight showcased in shows from New York to Milan. From Prabal Gurung’s lid-sweeping taupe eye to Michael Kors’ dewy, bronzed glow to Burberry’s all matte nude finish, here a look at the most wearable “no makeup” looks to rock this fall.


Models sported Calvin Klein’s minimal, clean aesthetic with flowing, natural locks and a subtle glossy lid.


At Burberry, makeup artist Wendy Rowe advocated for an all matte, nude finish as a celebration of individuality.


Models at Victoria Beckham made a messy, middle-parted pony with fresh, clean skin the ultimate on the go look.


A swept back up do with loose waves with a swipe of blush and a sheer lip was the look at the Fausto Puglisi show.


Rocking the ultimate end of summer glow, model Carolyn Murphy proved that glowing, bronzed skin requires no touch ups at the Michael Kors show.


Elevate luminous skin with a touch of shimmer on the eyelids as showcased on models at the Peter Pilotto show.


Adding highlighter on the inner corner of the eyes, models at Etro made the case for wet waves and dewy skin.


Rosy, flushed cheeks and lioness waves prove to be the ultimate duo as showcased by model Penelope Haro at the Marques’Almeida show.


Model Bella Hadid sported swept back sleek locks with a hint of taupe shadow across the lid at the Prabal Gurung show.


With loose curls framing her face in a low pony, model Liu Wen sported a playful spin on dewy skin and messy locks at the Tod’s show.