We’ve had the New York shows and the London shows. The next stop? Milan Fashion Week. In addition to inspiring our style, the Fall 2016 shows at MFW gave us lots of wearable beauty inspiration. Whether you’re looking for hair or makeup ideas, the Milan shows had a few fresh ideas, including easy ways to add color into your look.
Here are five wearable looks from Milan Fashion Week:
The Roberto Cavalli show featured a subtle makeup look. The eyes were the focus with a bit of smudged black liner and long lashes.
To get the look, start off with some foundation (Too Faced Born This Way Foundation, $39) and concealer (Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Concealer, $27) to even out your skin tone. For the eyes, outline the entire perimeter of the eye with a black eyeliner (Cynthia Rowley Pencil Eyeliner in Black, $16). Add a bit of gray shadow (Vincent Longo Eyeshadow in Don’t Speak, $24) using a skinny shadow brush (Atika Cosmetics Angled Eyeshadow Brush, $35). Blend the look together. Apply multiple coats of a curling and lengthening mascara (Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Mascara, $24). Finish with lip balm (Napoleon Perdis Minimalips Lipstick, $29).
Bobby pins are such a versatile and inexpensive hair accessory. Models at the Max Mara show wore groups of multicolored bobby pins in their manes for a bit more color.
Begin by applying a heat protection product (Alterna Caviar Repair RX Multivitamin Heat Protection Spray, $30). Dry your hair with a blow dryer (BlowPro Titanium Professional Dryer, $139) and a round brush (Bio Ionic Silver Classic Medium Round Brush, $31) angling the ends so they curl under to frame your face. For a sleek finish, go over the look with a flat iron (Kardashian Beauty Ceramic 1″ Flat Iron, $90). Take a few bobby pins of different colors (Urban Outfitters Jar of Bobbies, $8) and place them at the side of your head. Finish with hairspray (Clinique Non-Aerosol Hairspray, $13).
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