Lilac lips made for a bold statement on a bare face.
The ethereal beauty of a sea siren. Favor fell on the hair this season with makeup kept to a bare minimum.
The new accents.
Keep your makeup minimal and leave your accessories to do the talking.
It's only natural.
Soft curls and natural waves moved through the Céline woman’s hair.
Alabaster skin with pink lips and peach cheeks. A porcelain effect.
Season through season the Chloé girl doesn't change her tune. Liner around the eye – black, always. Hair: it’s best to not do a thing.
DRIES VAN NOTEN
A dirt-like mask, streaked across the eyes, put the beauty look at Dries Van Noten well on its way to “losing control ... a little.”
Just a hint. There were no bold statements here, just subtle touches of makeup across the face.
Lady in red. A fire shade of rouge coated the lips at Giambattista Valli for a simple pop of colour.
GIVENCHY BY RICCARDO TISCI
Nature and sensuality ruled the day. Slippery and wet – the hair fell into soft formations.
Turn me on with your electric feel. Static and spiked hair was the order of the day at Haider Ackermann.
Shades of lilac and midnight blue adorned the models’ eyes at Hermès. A subtle splash.
About a girl.
Marant described her look this season as everyday femininity. Your usual self.
Into the woods.
Pocahontas feathers and animal masks donned the heads of models at this season’s John Galliano show. Leave some time to daydream.
I see red, I see red.
Smeared around the eyes and lacquered on the lips. Rouge was the mood of the day.
Reflect on this.
This season the Lanvin woman kept hair long and brushed or sleek and back. Skin was bronzed and dewy while lids were adorned with the faintest hint of sparkle.
Just as you are. Keep hair au naturel with only a hint of mascara on the upper lashes.
A sole statement.
This season focus was on the brows. Thick, dark and bold.
No time for minimalism. Choose a cap to cover the scalp or a mix of glitter and fluoro for the face.
Eyes were encircled in black liner and hair was sleek on the crown of the head and flowing through the lengths.
Rollers in the fringe and a thin stripe of black through the brows. Whimsical and bold.
Sex appeal met understatement at Anthony Vaccarello’s debut show for Saint Laurent. Skin shone with a light tan, brows were strong and defined and hair was mixed and matched to the model.
Cracked and creased. Lips bled with colour in thin lines across the mouth.
Soft curls framed the face in this ode to A Garden of Earthly Delights.
Fresh faces all round for Stella McCartney. A simple embodiment of femininity.