BEAUTY

Beauty Hacks of New York Fashion Week


Before models hit the catwalk looking fresh-faced, smoky-eyed or well-braided, they get a serious dose of makeover magic from the beauty gurus backstage. We took pen to paper all week long to bring you the best beauty secrets from the top makeup artists and hair stylists of New York Fashion Week. Here, a runway-ready guide from the pros.

1

Dick 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.

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2

Anthony Turner showed us that elegance means showing your neck at Creatures of the Wind Fall 2016.

Photo by Isabel Martinez for W magazine.

3

Yadim 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.

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4

Orlando Pita started with mousse for a beautiful blowout at Carolina Herrera Fall 2016.

Photo by Olivia Locher for W magazine.

5

Diane 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.

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6

Paul Hanlon illustrated that tucking long hair into your shirt extends a long, lean silhouette.” Vera Wang Fall 2016.

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7

Pat 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.

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8

Diane Kendal showed us her tool of choice for brushed up brows – a mustache brush – at Oscar de la Renta Fall 2016.

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9

Guido Palau proved that a good haircut really can change your life at Alexander Wang Fall 2016.

Photo by Olivia Locher for W magazine.