BEAUTY

The 10 Best Beauty Looks from Paris Haute Couture Fall 2016

Glittery lips, bronze eyelids, and Marge Simpson-inspired hair—here are the best beauty looks from Paris Haute Couture.


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Valentino
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Hairstylist Guido Palau created an utterly sublime look at Valentino by pinning back the models’ hair to frame their faces.

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Atelier Versace
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Makeup artist Pat McGrath proved that she is the goddess of shimmer with the glittery red lips at Atelier Versace.

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Jean Paul Gaultier
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Hair reached new heights this week, thanks to hairstylist Sam McKnight’s Marge Simpson-esque piles at Chanel and Ab Fab-inspired towers at Jean Paul Gaultier.

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Giambattista Valli
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Makeup artist Val Garland created delicate snowflake-colored lids and cheeks at Giambattista Valli.

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Alexandre Vauthier, J.Mendel, Christian Dior
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Go for gold! Bronzes and golds were the metallics of choice at Jean Paul Gaultier, Alexandre Vauthier, Christian Dior and J. Mendel.

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Fendi Haute Fourrure
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Hairstylist Sam McKnight created fairy tale-ready curls for Fendi, and added ribbons as the finishing touch.

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Ulyana Sergeenko
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The unevenly chopped bangs on the wigs at Ulyana Sergeenko will inspire a whole new generation of Katie Moores.

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Alexis Mabille, Christian Dior
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Makeup artists experimented with eyeliner this season: Lloyd Simmonds channeled Penelope Tree with lower lash lines at Alexis Mabille, Peter Philips created individually drawn wings at Dior; and Pat McGrath added a pop of color at Martin Margiela.

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Giorgio Armani Privé
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The carefree pinned-back hairstyles at Armani Privé recalled the chic ’90s looks of Julia Ormond.

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Viktor & Rolf
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Pat McGrath added subtle shine to cheekbones and noses at Viktor & Rolf, which were in divine contrast with naturally shaded matte lips.