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We're Looking Forward To Sporting These Beauty Trends Spotted At the Spring/Summer 2019 NYFW Shows

Every September, the fashion world reconvenes after the summer vacation, for New York Fashion Week—basically their version of back-to-school. But instead of homework and a new set of school supplies, they’ve got parties, after-parties, and a bunch of new wardrobe and beauty ideas to inspire us for the coming season. And when it comes to beauty, the Spring/Summer 2019 shows have been full of roses, glitter lips and graphic liners (which got us giddy with excitement!) Check out more of the beauty statements that have popped up at the NYFW 2019 shows, setting the newest beauty trends for the world to observe, and follow!


Tom Ford


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This year, the Tom Ford show is all about golden smoky eyes! Models were seen with meticulously blended eyeshadows and liner until the look was soft, hazy and glam.




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It’s time to color outside the lines. Models walked the Rodarte show swept in trendy graphic shapes across the eyelid in either pink, yellow, or blue eyeshadow. The lip colors are nothing but striking too—a bright poppy red perfect to match eyeshadow colors.


Tadashi Shoji


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Here’s another glittery moment from this season's Big Apple fashion week. Tadashi Shoji captured the beauty of space with its models galaxy-inspired glittery eyes and nails. 


Nicole Miller


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Gunmetal smoky eyes paired with no other visible makeup was all that was needed at the backstage beauty of Nicole Miller.




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Give eye makeup a kind of achievable sex appeal with this kohl-rimmed smoky eyes look paired with nude lips and contoured skin!


Brock Collection


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All eyes were at this naturally flattering Victorian-inspired romantic makeup at Brock collection. 


Lead photos via Tadashi Shoji and Tom Ford