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The Best Makeup and Hair Trends at London Fashion Week FW20

From Tommy Hilfiger’s no-makeup makeup look, to Ashley Williams’ head-turning face paint.

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The Best Makeup and Hair Trends at London Fashion Week FW20

From Tommy Hilfiger’s no-makeup makeup look, to Ashley Williams’ head-turning face paint.

With London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 coming to a close, we’ve gathered our favorite makeup and hair trends spotted on the runway this season. From the natural, dewy looks led by Pat McGrath at Tommy Hilfiger‘s show, to ASHISH‘s fuchsia cat-eyes and over-the-top buns, this past week saw a diverse range of creative and show-stopping moments.

Peep all the best beauty trends below and while you’re here, see the chicest street style moments at London Fashion Week FW20.

ASHISH

 

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Inspired by the ’60s, makeup artist Daniel Sallstrom used products from MAC Cosmetics to create bold, fuschia cat-eye looks infused with glitter and shine. Hairstylist Sam McKnight elevated each model’s hairstyle with sculptural braids and over-the-top buns.

Burberry

 

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Burberry went au naturel thanks to Pat McGrath. The models’ facial features were merely enhanced and hair was kept simple and sleek by hairstylist Guido Palau.

Christopher Kane

 

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At Christopher Kane’s show, models also sported the natural look. Eyelids and lips shined on the catwalk courtesy of MAC’s glitter, while hairstyles were kept polished and smooth by Guido Palau.

JW Anderson

 

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Sleek updos dreamed up by Anthony Turner dominated JW Anderson’s show with the help of Dyson. Lynsey Alexander defined the models’ eyebrows, while the rest of the makeup looked clean and minimal.

ERDEM

 

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Lynsey Alexander took her makeup artistry to the next level, creating foil wrap-like looks using products from NARS. As for hair, it was all about the gel and hair clips for hairstylist Anthony Turner.

Tommy Hilfiger

 

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Pat McGrath took over backstage at Tommy Hilfiger’s star-studded show. The legendary makeup artist achieved the no-makeup makeup look using her brand’s new Sublime Perfection Blurring Under-Eye Setting Powder and the upcoming Sublime Perfection Concealer.

MM6 Maison Margiela

 

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MM6 Maison Margiela kept it edgy on the catwalk for FW20 where models were seen in chic bobs with long bangs and short, layered curls. Makeup looks evoked a sleek and sophisticated feel that paired well with the collection’s aesthetic.

Victoria Beckham

 

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Victoria Beckham partnered up with green beauty brand Weleda for her show’s “Wellbeing Zone” that was set up backstage for the models to destress. Rosy pink lips and blinding cheekbones conquered the runway thanks to Beckham’s new beauty line.

Richard Quinn

 

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Isamaya Ffrench designed the winged look for Richard Quinn’s models. Pops of neon green and pink appeared on the lower lash line, complementing the collection’s elegant and vibrant-hued garments.

Marques’Almeida

 

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Focusing on its vibrant color palette and bold prints, Marques’Almeida kept makeup as minimal as possible. Instead, models sported their natural hair texture for a more authentic vibe.

Matty Bovan

 

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It was all about the exaggerated hair and electric eyes at Matty Bovan’s FW20 show. Hairstylist Syd Hayes dressed models in statement-making wigs with rebellious, heavy fringes that perfectly complement Bovan’s latest collection.

Shrimps

 

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Shrimps took the models’ looks back to the ’70s, courtesy of London-based makeup artist Celia Burton. Hairstylist Sarah Jo Palmer emphasized on the tousled look for extra volume.

Kiko Kostadinov

 

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Kiko Kostadinov’s runway saw models in sleek and sophisticated hairstyles, echoing the collection’s concept inspired by the Gestalt theory: “Garments questioning garments. Garments questioning our virtual perception of their physicality.”

Ashley Williams

 

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Ashley Williams’ presented an unconventional and fun beauty look at the beginning of London Fashion Week. Some models walked down the runway in whimsical face paint resembling clowns, while others sported new takes on the designer’s sparkly hair clips.

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