Gone are the days when you'd covet a beauty look on the runway and would have to wait months until those inspiring shades and products hit Sephora's shelves. "See now, buy now" fashion and beauty is the wave of the future and the future is now. While fashion designers have led the movement to sell their clothing straight after their runway presentations in order to capitalize on the momentum, beauty brands are the hare in the race, slowly tiptoeing in the same direction. We aren't at the point yet where we can buy every next-season lipstick we want, but it's now even easier to get your hands on some of the sweet, pretty orange and pink shadows and highlighters that have defined Spring/Summer 2017. Here's the scoop on where to buy spring's best beauty looks.
Continuing her reign as one of New York Fashion Week's premiere makeup artists and product queens, Pat McGrath used her Pat McGrath Lab Lust 004 on models at DKNY's SS17 show, layering the gold pigment and microfine glitter over matte chocolate lipstick. Lips this intense, which McGrath considers "jewelry" for the face," require a bare face made up with nothing more than a bit of concealer, powder, and maybe a swipe of highlighter. You'll need to be patient if you want to score Lab Lusts--like most of McGrath's products, this one is often out of stock.
Speaking of DKNY, another trend that emerged from the spring show was deep teal nail polish. The models' nails were adorned withJin Soon's Beau shade, which you can purchase now and wear pretty much until forever because blue is quickly becoming the latest nail polish neutral.
Rosy pink isn't just for lips and cheeks--Spring '17 eyes got in on the trend, thanks to inspirational looks at Cynthia Rowley and Tadashi Shoji. Not surprisingly, given our obsession with multipurpose beauty products, both looks were achieved using Stila Stay All Day Lip Liner in Marsala. Who says you have to wait until the flowers are in bloom to capture the spirit of spring in your makeup?
Rich, dramatic shades of blue and forest green eyeshadow were the stars of Victoria Beckham's SS '17 show. Get the look with Victoria Beckham Estée Lauder Eye Palette, which features six highly pigmented and intense hues like Fired Sapphire, Metal Saffron, and Burnished Sage. Take a page from Beckham's impeccable book and pair them with sleek, straight hair and nude lips.
When it comes to offering cutting-edge products, few brands come close to MAC. The makeup dynamo's Trend Forecast Spring 17 Collection includes four products you'll want to snatch up now before everyone is wearing them: six lip shades that range from peach to dark berry, a jewel-toned eye kit, and two glosses for the eyes--in clear and neon yellow/orange. When in doubt about upcoming trends, always put your money on MAC.
Tom Ford is leading the runway-to-real-time makeup revolution, one he helped spark after showing his Fall '16 collection in New York. He immediately released three romantic beige-pink products that will prove huge this season and next: Lip Contour Duo AW16 Runway, Eye Color Duo AW16 Runway, and Cheek Color in Love Lust.
After debuting her Fall 2016 collection, Rebecca Minkoff teamed up with Maybelline and Amazon to offer Maybelline New York Runway Ready Eyes Fashion Week Kit, a collection that includes the cool Khaki Camo eyeshadow Minkoff's models rocked, as well as The Falsies Angel Mascara to help achieve a sexy, bombshell cat eye.
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