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

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.

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.

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

Alexandre Vauthier, J.Mendel, Christian Dior

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

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

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.

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.

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

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.