Hair and Make-up Trends Spring-Summer 2016

Hair and Make-up Trends Spring-Summer 2016

Written by Jessica Watson

Search and forecast by Nadine Wilkie

 

MAKE-UP: Under the Sea

It is official that this season, the 80’s bright blue eyed look is back, whether it’s metallic, Smokey or statement, designers show how it’s totally wearable.

 

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Giambattista Valli

Statement eyes at Giambattista Valli, models wore a bold glittery wing in teal shades with a brushed brow and natural face.

 

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Dries Van Noten

Matte skin, a neutral lip and a bold eye with glittery lined lid. Dries Van Noten catches onto the blue eyed trend with glitter.

 

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Chanel

Cloudy blue shadow shades featured at Chanel spread across the eyes an eye mask of clouds. This is a completely different take on the blue shadows.

 

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Diane Von Furstenberg

Eyes of a mermaid and shades of the ocean, Furstenberg created a retro shimmery eye this season with radiant glowing skin.

 

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Hugo Boss

A minimal look with a pop of cobalt blue, slick liner was worn at Hugo Boss for a statement eye against natural skin.

 

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Phillip Lim

Fresh faced and very minimal, models at Phillip Lim wore soft blue liner in the inner corners and lid to bring definition to the eye.

 

MAKE-UP: Candy Apple Lips

A classic red lip is nothing new, however, candy apple and hot cherry lips is this seasons twist for a youthful, easy-going look.

 

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Celine

Celine’s very matte berry red lip, differed to another designers as it was worn with soft black kohl liner.

 

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Giles

Lighter pinker shades of berry red were worn at Giles for a soft daytime look, with brushed brows and a defined eyes.

 

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Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta has taken on the red lip trend with a slightly more pinker shade, again with a youthful bronzed face.

 

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DKNY

Very berry with a satin finish, DKNY featured this seasons trending lip with a minimal eye make up for clean sophistication.

 

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Jason Wu

Deep berry red shades, with a satin finish were worn at Jason Wu showing how any red lip can spice up a natural face in the day time.

 

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Nina Ricci

Lips like Snow White, glossy apple red lips featured at Nina Ricci with subtle shimmery eyes and a natural face.

 

MAKE-UP: Glowing with Beauty

Natural Beauty took a new turn this season, with radiant bronzed skin, sun kissed to perfection.

 

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Balmain

Bright eyes and bronzed skin, Balmain makes natural beauty look sleek with strong brows and glossy nude lips.

 

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Tommy Hilfiger

Models are glowing with radiant beauty at Tommy Hilfiger, but not oily at all. With a neutral lip, the makeup tones down a bright outfit in the summer.

 

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Michael Kors

Sun kissed leaving the beach, models at Michael Kors show off the glowing skin with a flirty pink lip.

 

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Ralph Lauren

Soft, dewy skin brings youthfulness at Ralph Lauren but the soft pink lip brings summer romance to the makeup look.

 

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Alexander Mcqueen

Alexander Mcqueen, took a pink twist on the natural look and instead of dewy skin models were matte with plump rosy cheeks and bronzed skin.

 

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Valentino

The fresh face of an innocent youth is to be pulled off by any age this season, shown by Valentino.

 

Hair and Make-up Trends Spring-Summer 2016

 

Written by Jessica Watson

From a seaside town in Kent, Jessica is an undergraduate journalism student in London, with a career in writing about beauty and fashion ahead of her. She has a love for music, art, blogging and fundraising.


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