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These Are the Best Makeup and Hair Trends at New York Fashion Week SS20

From sleek hairdos at KITH, to eccentric eye looks at Chromat.

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With New York Fashion Week off to an energetic start, we’ve been busy keeping up with new models emerging on the catwalk, as well as stylish celebrity appearances spotted on the front row. Other than fashion itself, we’ve also been paying attention to the head-turning makeup and hairstyles that complete every look that goes down the runway. Showcasing an array of creative beauty looks complementing their collections, brands are serving up a balance of simple and over-the-top that certainly goes in theme with the upcoming Spring/Summer 2020 season.

From Chromat and Mansur Gavriel‘s eccentric, bold eye looks to Tomo Koizumi‘s striking hairdos, take a look at all the best makeup and hair trends so far at New York Fashion Week SS20.

Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya

Global makeup artist Sir John created timeless looks for the Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya show using only the best products from Lancôme. “It’s a modern version of 70s glam,” says Sir John. The artist incorporated the “halo eye that flatters everyone.”

Marc Jacobs

Makeup for Marc Jacobs was led by the iconic Pat McGrath using the label’s in-house beauty products to create the most vibrant and innovate looks. Every model featured a unique look that tailored to their own personality – ranging from a smokey eye to a bedazzled feature, to a healthy glow.

Pyer Moss

Celebrating the richness of black femininity, Jon Reyman elevated Pyer Moss’ models’ Afros, braids and natural hair in line with the theme of the show while makeup artist Daniel Sallstrom focused on a smokey colorful eye palette.

Khaite

Khaite kept it simple where Gucci Westman created a beauty look consisting of a fresh dewy base and a natural flush below the cheekbones. All models had their hair styled in a minimal fashion accompanied by white pearls dangling on the top of their heads.

LaQuan Smith

Celebrity makeup artist, Sir John also created bold looks for LaQuan Smith’s show this year by using the new Afropolitan cosmetics brand, UOMA Beauty. The products used are all highly pigmented which complemented the models’ skin tone. Cantu Beauty products were used for hair, achieving the desired wet curls look for the show.

BEVZA

Led by Kien Hoang and supported by Oribe, the hairstylist stuck with minimal looks on BEVZA’s models showcasing tightly pulled back slick ponytails and braids. Makeup was also kept simple which paired well with the designer’s outfits.

Priscavera

Priscavera opted for the all-natural look for its models’ hair by using products from Oribe. Makeup artist Allie Smith kept it to a minimum by merely enhancing the women’s natural features.

KITH

KITH kept it simple by enhancing the models’ natural beauty. Hairstyles range from sleek ponytails and natural waves using products from IGK while a majority of the model’s makeup consisted of a dewy finish, blush and lip gloss.

Tomo Koizumi

Tomo Koizumi showcased a more euphoric look complementing his vibrant new collection. Model Ariel Nicholson‘s hair was beyond over-the-top, while her dramatic eye look accentuated the structure of her face and brought her whole outfit together.

Jeremy Scott

Known for his fiery designs, Jeremy Scott debuted his neon rock opera-inspired show where models walked down the runway in quirky, colorful wigs that complemented the shades of their eyeshadows. Nail art by essie was also inspired by the vibrant theme of the show.

Chromat

Thanks to MAC Cosmetics, Chromat focused on the winged look for its models. Different variations can be seen on each look while still sticking to the colorful theme of its show. As for hair, hairstylist and ghd ambassador Justine Marjan stuck with sleek, yet bold ponytails using the ghd platinum+ styler.

Mansur Gavriel

Mansur Gavriel kept it simple and sweet for this year’s show. Artistic, monochromatic eye looks were the center of attention while hairstylists enhanced the natural texture of the models’ tresses.

Sies Marjan

Sies Marjan stuck with simple pops of color and kept hair sleek to showcase the models’ facial features.

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