Elle selected it’s favorite makeup looks from New York Fashion Week.
Bobbi Brown makeup artist Wendy Rowe paired scarlet-copper lids ( Shimmer Wash Eye Shadow in Eggplant) with a pale blue, lined undereye ( Long-Wear Cream Shadow in Aqua) for an earthy yet urban effect.
Herchcovitch’s runway-ready orange liner bring in real-life. That said, the light-reflective gold along the lower lash line and inner corner is a gorgeous!
Val Garland, makeup artist of Jeremy Scott, was inspired by the look of “’90s supermodels” (on Mars?) when she created this look for Jeremy Scott.
A refreshing alternative to bleached brows, the darkened arches at Narciso Rodriguez, against an otherwise nude face, prove just how powerful a bold brow can be.
Shiseido makeup artistic director Dick Page used a few dabs of an unreleased white cream liner to lighten up Shiseido Accentuating Cream Eyeliner in Black and then brushed on the dark gray mixture with a mascara wand.
A man who knows what he wants—and so does François Nars.
While dreaming up the look for this season’s show, Marc Jacobs gave the makeup artist a product he absolutely wanted used on all the models—a light peach lipstick from Nars’ own line.
The warm pop of color brings life to the otherwise cooler tones of the face (mainly swatches of black and blue-gray on the eyes) and to the neutral backdrop of the collection.
Diane von Furstenberg
Makeup artist James Kaliardos told that Diane von Furstenberg’s inspiration was a woman changing, evolving “like a butterfly”
He layered lids and undereyes with a black cream shadow, added shades of blue and green powder over the top, and gave the inner corners a little sparkle. The result is multidimensional eye makeup that looks a little different from each angle—a vision we can all embrace.