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The New Beauty Rules From The #NYFW Runways

Beauty junkies, it's our time to shine! Fashion takes a back seat (for a little while at least), as we list down some of the most apparent looks from the NYFW Fall 2018 shows. From bold lips, to neon eyes, these are the hair and makeup trends you’re going to see everywhere next season. Buckle up, it's gonna be one exciting beauty ride!

 

1. Less is more

Wash-and-go hair and barely-there makeup have been dominating the runways this season. Designers like Tanya Taylor, Mansur Gavriel, and Jonathan Simkhai took your go-to workday look and made it runway worthy. This is great news for us ladies who can't be bothered by too much makeup!

 

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2. A red lip goes a long way

It wouldn’t be a backstage beauty round up without the presence of the classic red lip. Christian Cowan, Eugenia Kim, and The Blonds had a fun, modern spin to the classic look. You know you'll be holding on to those red tubes of lipstick for quite some time!

 

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3. Rock and roll lives on

Much like a bold lip, the black eyeliner is also a staple in the runways. Tom Ford, Libertine, and Alice and Olivia took a darker route with black liners and shadows haloed around their models’ eyes. The only take-away? Wear it like you wouldn't normally do, and with much attitude to boot!

 

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4. Ode to nostalgia

We’re feeling all sorts of nostalgia as designers revisited some of our favorite old-fashioned looks. Anna Sui went for a ‘60s bohemian inspired look while Adam Selman was all about the ‘80s revival. Alice and Olivia went all-out and did a modern day Marie Antoinette look.

 

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