The Standout Makeup and Hair Trends at London Fashion Week FW22
Spotted at Richard Quinn, Simone Rocha and more.
As London Fashion Week comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of the beauty trends that stood out this Fall/Winter 2022 season. Models walked down the runway at Ahluwalia‘s presentation rocking one-of-a-kind nail art created by Lauren Michelle Pires. At Simone Rocha‘s show, Gucci Beauty‘s global makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver designed pearl- and -gem-encrusted eye looks to complement their jewelry. Meanwhile, the bleached brows made a comeback at Richard Quinn‘s presentation.
Continue reading to discover more of our favorite makeup and hair looks from London Fashion Week FW22. In case you missed it, check out our roundup of the best beauty trends from NYFW.
Makeup artist Mata Mariélle opted for the ’90s brown lip trend and kept everything else subtle yet chic. Meanwhile, manicurist Lauren Michelle Pires created “from Bollywood to Nollywood”-inspired nail art in an array of vibrant hues embellished with different beads and stones.
At Richard Quinn’s presentation, bleached brows made a comeback. Most models wore statement headwear, while others rocked a classic slicked bun.
Gucci Beauty’s global makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver designed one-of-a-kind beauty looks for Simone Rocha’s show. Kluyver applied pearls and gems in different colors around models’ eyes, creating a cat-eye-like silhouette.
Isamaya Ffrench took the modern route for POSTER GIRL’s beauty looks. Models were seen in single-colored eyeshadows that formed the shape of a rectangle on their lids.
Conner Ives presented a colorful collection this season. Sticking to the range’s theme, Miranda Joyce produced fun and out-of-the-box makeup looks featuring face stickers and lighter under-eye concealer. Anthony Turner gave select models pops of color to their hair, while others were accessorized with childhood-inspired hair clips.
Fara Homidi put her own twist to the blue eyeliner trend at Supriya Lele’s show. Instead of using a traditional eyeliner and lining the top lid, Homidi chose to make the bottom lashes pop with bright blue mascara.