The London Fashion Week Beauty Trends Appropriate For IRL
The Debrief: Clue: pink blush is out
London fashion week isn't just about the clothes, you know this. From dewy (not sweaty) skin to tea-stained lids, what backstage beauty can you actually copy from the comfort of your bathroom? We've got the low-down with a little help from MAC cosmetics.
Braids By Day, Down By Night At Supriya Lele
Supriya Lele girls wore their hair in textured waves using Bumble and Bumble primer. Think, dewy skin but for your locks. We'd recreate this after a day at the beach in summer by braiding our hair by day, then letting it out to play by night.
This make up look is all about bare lashes and brows. Don't be afraid to ditch the mascara, though, just layer up tea-stained MAC eye powdered eyeshadow on the lids for depth. Dewy sockets are a must.
Orange Is The New Blush At Mimi Wade
Forget pink hues, Mimi Wade's models were all about turning an orange cheek. MAC's 'genuine orange' lipstick was used with powder blush called 'Bright Response' to create a glossed, shiny look. We're crushing hard for this cheeky update.
Mini Mullets at Ryan Lo
Ryan Lo headed into the heart-of-Harajuku for AW17, he balanced out the kawaii froufrou of his Hello Kitty-themed collection with vividly dyed micro fringes were clipped onto whiplashing ponytails. While the Ariana Grande ponies may be a Croydon facelift too far for us, those baby bangs offer the perfect fringe refresh for 2017.
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