Hair and Make-up Trends Autumn-Winter 2015

Hair and Make-up Trends Autumn-Winter 2015

Written by Alison Maclean

Search and forecast by Nadine Wilkie

 

MAKE-UP: Dark Bold Lips

The fall classic, dark bold lips, were seen across the board this season. At Marchesa there was the full 30s glamour, with a warm metallic eye complementing the berry pout. The most extreme version was seen at Giles, with a completely black glossy mouth paired with a heavily contoured face.

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Marchesa                                                         Giles

A matte stain was seen at Marc Jacobs, coupled with a cool grey eye. At Phillip Lim models went with completely bare, but sculpted face and a defined terracotta lip.

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Marc Jacobs                                                       Phillip Lim

 

MAKE-UP: Black Eyeliner

Back liner popped up consistently this season, paired with a natural face for a more up to date look. It was worn in a similar manner, in the waterline and tightline, at both Versace, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Lanvin.

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Versace                               Marc Jacobs                                        Lanvin

At Louis Vuitton, the lower lashline was emphasised heavily, whilst at Erdem a stronger upper lashline created a rounder, cleaner effect.

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Louis Vuitton                                                                Erdem

 

MAKE-UP: Flushed Cheeks

Flushed cheeks were a staple of the a/w catwalks this year. A soft tawny flush, worn high up on the cheeks could be found on models at Balmain and Ralph Lauren, whilst a stronger more defined cheek was seen at Michael Kors.

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Balmain                             Ralph Lauren                                       Michael Kors

The weather flushed models from Chloé wore a much more natural, pink blush.

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Chloé

 

MAKE-UP: Graphic Eyes

Ready for the party season, graphic eyes were prevalent on the catwalk. We saw an extended winged liner at Oscar de la Renta, paired with a natural face for a more subtle look. At Chanel the same shape was amplified with a strong black smoked out eye.

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Oscar de la Renta                                                           Chanel

Both Dior and Rochas opted for a similar graphic shape, having a rounded liner on the lid up to the browbone.

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Christian Dior                                                                  Rochas

Hair and Make-up Trends Autumn-Winter 2015

 

HAIR: Baby Hairs

Baby hairs in many incarnations were a definite trend this season. At Givenchy fringes were slicked in intricate coils on the face. More sporty, glossy strands escaped high ponytails at
Stella McCartney.

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Givenchy                                                             Stella McCartney

Hair was also up at Vera Wang, with tufts around the face creating a windswept, casual look. Valentino had distinctly wearable and romantic hair, worn down with soft wisps framing the face

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Vera Wang                                                                Valentino

 

HAIR: Blow Out Hair

Sleek and sophisticated was the name of the game, with expensive blowout hair making many appearances. At Donna Karan hair was sleek with a deep side part.

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Donna Karan

Ralph Lauren and Jason Wu both opted for a voluminous look and at Pucci the blow dry was straight with a strong center parting.

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Ralph Lauren                                Jason Wu                                  Emilio Pucci

 

HAIR: Hair Tuck

What has to be the lowest maintenance style from fashion week, the off duty casual of the ‘hair tuck’ was spotted at many shows. At Giambattista Valli hair was tucked under itself to create long faux bobs.

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Giambattista Valli

BCBG Max Azria created a windswept effect with hair tucked into oversized collars and scarves.

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BCBG  Max Azria

At John Galliano and Nina Ricci, high shine hair was simply worn loose, gently put behind the ears.

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John Galliano                                                                                 Nina Ricci

 

HAIR: Up Do’s

The catwalks were littered with updos this season. At Chanel there were elegant chignons held up with thick satin hairbands.

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Chanel

Prada saw over accessorized ponytails and at Victoria Beckham, hair was slicked in a contemporary bun at the back of the head.

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Prada                                                                                         Victoria Beckham

Marc Jacobs presented topknots, reminiscent of the geisha, and at Hermes hair was pulled back in a, put together, yet effortless style.

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Marc Jacobs

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Hermes

Hair and Make-up Trends Autumn-Winter 2015

 

Alison Maclean

Written by Alison Maclean

Edinburgh based writer, Alison previously worked in theatre and film, however her primary writing interest is, covering the fashion and beauty industry.


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