Thanks to beauty pros like Guido Palau and and Pat McGrath (and a whole lot of glitter), the beauty looks at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2017 were as memorable as the clothes. Here, the key trends to to take away.

Saint Laurent Spring 2017. Photo by Simbarashe Cha.

Anthony Vacarello's first collection for Yves Saint Laurent made headlines, thanks to this glittery breast.

Paco Rabanne Spring 2017. Photo by @bengregoryhair.

In a season of barely-there makeup, hairstylist Paul Hanlon added a fresh jolt of color to the models' slick hair at Paco Rabanne.

Maison Margiela Spring 2017. Photo by Jake Hateley.

At Maison Margiela, makeup artist Pat McGrath used candy-colored shades of makeup for a dramatic cat eye.

Christian Dior Spring 2017. Photo by Ambra Vernuccio.

To accompany Maria Grazia Chiuri's debut collection for Dior, hairstylist Guido Palau created a complimentary hairstyle, which included braids at the back and a tight top knot.

Nina Ricci Spring 2017. Photo by Getty.

Makeup artist Diane Kendal gave models at Nina Ricci glossy, wet-looking eyelids in shades of violet, blue, and orange.

Balenciaga Spring 2017. Photo by @ormesquare.

At Balenciaga, long red talons covered in gems were the perfect accessory.

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Celine Spring 2017. Photo by Simbarashe Cha.

The minimalist hair and makeup look at Celine was the perfect canvas for a statement earring.

Givenchy Spring 2017. Photo by Ambra Vernuccio.

Hairstylist Guido Palau created a glossy, tight chignon at Givenchy.

Chanel Spring 2017. Photo by Ambra Vernuccio.

Makeup artist Tom Pecheux took blush up to the temples (and higher), while hairstylist Sam McKnight adorned ponytails with double C hair ties in true 80s style.

Louis Vuitton Spring 2017. Photo by Ambra Vernuccio.

Makeup artist Pat McGrath put liner and shadow together for eye-popping looks that felt fresh.