If there’s one way to gauge beauty trends of the future, it’s to cast your eyes towards NYFW. Right now, some of the world’s greatest in makeup are pouring their creativity into numerous shows, resulting in looks sure to translate from runway to real life for the rest of the season. GRAZIA has been on the ground all week looking, listening and observing the greats (like Pat McGrath, Kabuki, and Tom Pecheux) in action, and now we’re sharing the goods. Below, find an edit of all the bright, bold, brilliant trends to come out of NYFW. Rest assured one will be coming to a face near you before you know it.
Firetruck red lipstick coated with sticky cherry gloss was the mood at Oscar de le Renta’s incredibly magical show. Artist Tom Pecheux used a custom blend of red MAC Lipsticks to come up with a shade he felt looked 10/10 on every model. No mean feat, but a success in the most glorious sense.
Backstage at Marc Jacobs, Pat McGrath worked on upwards of 100 different beauty looks, including a tonne of black liner. Each model wore a different iteration, like Bella’s thick stamped cat eye, or this arced negative halo above.
Pat McGrath at Longchamp served French girl beauty like a boss, namely this red lip and liner combo as seen on Kaia. Consider us inspired.
Bold manicures and gilded angel wings were on the menu at The Blonds, proving that often, less is certainly not more.
Christopher John Rogers threw a runway party of epic proportions, including these extremely special diamond-studded brows. A great way to take reference if real gems aren’t quite your thing is to brush a little glitter through brows after filling. Disco queen in seconds.
Liner might not be a trend per se, but this long, sharp triangle shape at Rag & Bone by MAC Cosmetics is. Take it on with a steady hand and quality liquid liner.
Monse made quite the statement with floating graphic shadow in neon shades. Use a soft powder shade and build up slowly, or alternatively use a liquid liner and keep it neat.
You can count on Tom Ford to serve up killer party eyes, and the designer’s FW2020 show in Los Angeles didn’t disappoint. Gigi Hadid is proof that copper looks insane against thick, black kohl. Add gloss and highlighter for extra shine.
Tom Chepeux proved himself a master of detail at Brandon Maxwell, using on the softest MAC Cosmetics colours and textures to create an incredible nude makeup look. Take inspiration to craft a tiny, almost invisible wing to slightly elongate eyes next time you’re going for a no-makeup-makeup look.