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London Fashion Week Beauty Trend Easy, Effortless Hair

Amid the intricate updos and ornate styles, there was a beauty trend we all could appreciate: uncomplicated, ‘day-two’ tresses. There’s nothing more annoying than spending over an hour fussing over your hair in the morning, but judging by these simple hair looks, the fall season might just be kind to your hair (and your time).

At Christopher Kane, models sported shiny, textured locks. Guido Palau comments that Kane wanted “the girls to look how they look”, which meant as natural as possible. Using Redken Shine Flash, he applied through the hair for glossiness and a somewhat undone, bedhead look. Then, he made a sharp center part and tucked some pieces behind the ears.

Burberry sported a similar look, but hair master Neil Moodie focused more on the natural wave of the hair, using Bumble and Bumble Tonic and a curling iron, which resulted in a styled, but not-too-styled appearance.

Center parts also made an appearance at Topshop Unique, where hairstylist Anthony Turner created sleek, straight strands. He applied L’Oreal Mythic Oil to the ends to truly make them shine. The best part? He gave each model’s mane a quick ruffle before they walked out as if they “had been up to something naughty”.

London Fashion Week Beauty Trend

Redken Shine Flash
Bumble and Bumble Tonic Lotion
L’Oreal Mythic Oil

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New York Fashion Week Beauty Trend Fresh, Dewy Skin

There’s nothing better than clear, fresh-looking skin–and we saw exactly that during fashion week. From subtly sculpted cheeks to the perfect placement of highlighter, this look is not only wearable, but it’s totally easy to imitate.

The look at Diane von Furstenberg was ballerina chic. Makeup artist James Kaliardos focused on the contouring of the models’ cheeks by using different shades of concealer. He widened their eyes with a nude liner just on the waterline and topped off the lids with a creamy gray shade and a mauve lip hue for additional sheen. Finishing off with coats of mascara, he truly made the models look as if they were ready for their final bow.

Diane Kendal, for Prabal Gurung, skipped powder to keep a dewy finish for her look. She started with MAC Cosmetics Face and Body foundation as a base and then layered on a rosy cream blush, for the ultimate “flushed” appearance. Brows were brushed up, for a touch of unruly youth. Kendal wanted very little color in the lips, so she applied just a hint of foundation to tone down color.

Rag & Bone also debuted highlighted features and clean skin, but with a twist. Makeup artist Gucci Westman was inspired by Katharine Hepburn and created a contrasting, thick line of black liner that flicked into a wing at the ends. He used pointed Q-tips to clean up the liner shape, making it look really graphic.

Rose and apricot were the shade combo that Tom Pecheux used on models’ cheeks at the Ralph Lauren show. His trick to perfectly flushed apples? Instead of swiping the brush onto the skin, he pushes it in. “Otherwise it just sits on top,” he explained. The top lashes were given generous coats of Estee Lauder’s Sumptuous Two Tone Mascara in black, and the bottom in brown.

NYFW beauty

tarte lights, camera, lashes™ inner rim brightener
M.A.C. Face and Body Foundation
Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner
Estee Lauder’s Sumptuous Two Tone Mascara

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Roberto Cavalli Fall 2014 Front Row

Normally one to draw a big A-list crowd, it was surprising to see so many British stars on the front row at The Roberto Cavalli Fall 2104 show.

Cheryl Cole: Continuing her style re-invention, Cheryl Cole attended the show in a statement-making exotic animal-print mac. With her hair slicked back, a heavy smoky eye and polished accessories it was a dramatic look but I actually quite like it. Not only perfect for the Milan culture, it really suits Cheryl and is great to see her try a more grown-up look.

Ellie Goulding: If there’s one hue to wear this season, it is blue. So it was great to see Ellie bring a dazzling hit of the on-trend shade to the front row in a floor-length Roberto Cavalli gown. Combined with the 70s-style loose flowing cut, it was a look that really suited the British singer. Following from Ellie’s questionable Vivienne Westwood dress at the 2014 Brit Awards, this is a look which really suits Ellie’s bohemian aesthetic and one I think she should stick to.

Samantha Barks: British actress Samantha Barks channelled the true Cavalli woman in a black corseted top with high-shine gold waist belt and animal print pencil skirt. Sexy and empowering, I think Samantha’s shoes are the perfect finishing touch for this simple yet effective red carpet look.

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Naomi Watts In Christopher Kane - Bulgari Fall 2014 Accessories Presentation

Making a glamorous appearance in Milan, Naomi Watts joined the fashion pack at the Bulgari Fall 2014 Accessories Presentation yesterday (February 23) in the Italian capital.

The Australian actress chose a strapless Christopher Kane Pre-Fall 2014 dress with bandage style pattern and accessories with a spectacular collar necklace

To me, it’s hard not to look good when you’re wearing such amazing diamonds but sadly the dress didn’t seem to fit quite right which is a shame as it’s really quite a unique dress and the colour is perfect for Naomi.

That aside, I think Naomi oozes sophistication and her chic up-do and soft sultry make-up up further cement this fact.

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Moschino Fall 2014 Front Row

After the Brit Awards on Wednesday night, both Rita Ora and Katy Perry hopped on a flight to Milan to support their friend Jeremy Scott, who was presenting his first runway show for Moschino during Fall 2014 Milan Fashion Week.

Both appeared to get the black-and-gold memo.

Rita Ora: With nothing but a T-shirt on, the singer styled her logo-emblazoned piece with black pumps with a gold toecap and a rather unique bag which was shaped like a quilted-leather chain-accented jacket. Still keeping the glamorous wavy ‘do she rocked at the Brits, she completed the look with – you guessed it – a glossy red pout.

Katy Perry: The singer opted for considerably more clothing, wearing a Moschino logo tee with a black satin pencil skirt and gold-chain-accented tweed coat for a more chilled ladylike look. Also opting for Moschino toecap pumps and a quilted bag, the singer added a cute polka-dotted bow-accented hair accessory to round out her look.

Be sure to see both ladies wearing the Jeremy Scott for Moschino Fall 2014 collection on a stage or red carpet very soon.

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