1. Dramatic Lashes
Makeup artist Peter Philips is always serving up new ways to think about eyelashes at the Dior shows. At the spring 2018 couture runway, he used black and white liner to create exaggerated lash-like lines on both the top and bottom lashlines.
2. Electric Rose
The models were wearing a bright, glossy-pink lip at the Chanel Couture show. Inspired by traditional French gardens, the lip added a modern touch to the otherwise feminine and delicate looks.
3. Glossy Skin
The skin at Giambattista Valli had a mirror-like sheen—as if it had been highlighted and moisturized using Vaseline.
4. Couture Ponytails
Hairstylist Sam McKnight is no stranger to bringing the humble ponytail into couture territory. To get the shape seen here, secure hair with an elastic and then mist the ends with a lightweight texture mist to add body and movement.
5. Technicolor Underliner
At Iris Van Herpen, models walked the runway with slicked-back hair and almost no visible makeup other than a technicolor pop of neon underliner.
6. Back To The 80s
The '80s just won't end—at least as runway beauty is concerned. Draping had another moment on the Alexandre Vauthier, as seen on model Bella Hadid.
7. Graphic Lashes
A dramatic pair of false lashes usually calls for eyeshadow equally as bold: glitter, black eyeliner, you get the idea. Which is why we love the look at Armani's couture show. Segmented false lashes popped unexpectedly against a canvas of watercolor, sky-inspired eyeshadow hues.
8. Rich-Girl Bedhead
This is what bedhead looks like if you just rolled out of bed at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée: fuzzy at the roots with silky bends framing your face.
9. Soft Edge
The pastel, watercolor-like eyeshadow and soft pink blush at Armani looked incredible with model Crystal Noreiga's voluminous natural curls.
10. Retro Updo
Teased, combed to one side, and secured loosely with pins—the hair at Armani looked like a retro, '60s hairstyle that had hit the party circuit the night before.
11. The New Accessory
Inside-out braided pigtails at Alexis Mabille got a couture upgrade with the addition of chandelier earrings secured at the ends. Think of this style as the new go-to for women without pieced ears, or for those among us find earrings in our ears to be quite uncomfortable. Why should they go to waste when thy go go in your hair?