Fall/Winter 2018 makeup trends from Paris Haute Couture Week

While Paris Haute Couture Week gave us a sneak peek of fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2018, the lavish runway was also filled with a number of stunning makeup looks. To help you keep track of the latest trends, we’ve rounded up some of the statement beauty looks for you to check out. From sharply defined eyeliners to pops of bubblegum colours, take a glimpse at these star-studded beauty looks that are fresh out of the Parisian couture fashion show.

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High-drama graphic

At Fendi, not only did the models strut the runway with a fierce look in their eyes, but also a thick winged eyeliner to match. The cat-eye flick has been given a dramatic update this season, with an intense black liner and a lengthy curve that connected with the lower lash lines. Along with the apricot blush and subtle shading, the graphic makeup look definitely stole the stage.

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Bejeweled effect

Staying true to the brand’s classic elegance, Chanel‘s models were spotted with two different eyeshadow colours: Earthy green on the eyelids and burnt sienna along the lower lash lines, accentuated by the hints of golden shimmers. While the bejeweled bronzed eyeshadows capture the autumnal hues, the soft coral lip stain plays off as a perennial shade perfect for the seasons ahead.

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Bubblegum tint

At Giorgio Armani Privé, the Fall 2018 makeup look is rebellious in its nature, with a touch of fuchsia pink colours. Focusing on the creases above the upper lids, the bubblegum eyeshadows somehow exude a romantic yet playful accent at the same time. Additionally, the rosy lips and sheer highlights on the cheekbones effortlessly rounded out the sensual look.

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Vivid glitter

On the runway at Valentino, the makeup look was vibrant and eye-catching. An unconventional take on a typical fall beauty trend, the wicked, vivid eyeliners were topped off with dazzling glitters for a wild beauty statement. Drawing attention to the sparkly eye makeup, the natural-looking skin and bare nude lips are key to complete the overall visage.

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Vintage makeup

This season, Jean Paul Gaultier was in the mood for vintage. The models rocked a mysterious makeup look with heavy smokey eyeshadows, paying serious homage to the vampy ‘90s beauty trends. Exceptionally edgy, the deep plum shades are smudged all over the eyelids and lower lash lines for a moody effect. Meanwhile, the scarlet red pouts also match seamlessly with the smouldering eye look.

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Holographic highlight

With a splash of iridescent pink all over the eyelids and draping across the cheekbones, Yumi Katsura’s runway show featured a dreamy beauty look that seemed to come straight out of the fairy tales. The high-shine eyeshadows and holographic highlights were paired perfectly with berry lip glosses, polishing off a sweet, feminine look.

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