Fresh-faced with natural hair sums up the Stella McCartney woman for spring/summer 2016. It was a look we want to replicate all year round.
For spring/summer 2016, Hermès stuck to its signature effortless hair and make-up look, allowing the clothes to take centre stage.
Brushed-up brows, flawless, healthy skin and a touch of gloss on the lips formed a beautiful look at Giambattista Valli.
The make-up artist Alex Box used “blow motion” (blowing face paint through a straw) to create organic shapes around the models’ eyes. While it’s a look that wouldn’t translate well off of the catwalk, it was colourful, graphic and fun.
The metallic turquoise eyes at Sonia Rykiel gave a nod to the blue eye make-up trend we’ve seen across the catwalks.
As always the skin was dewy and radiant and the hair was minimal yet groomed at Isabel Marant.
While it’s not a look we would recreate off of the catwalk, Vivienne Westwood unveiled another theatrical collection with colourful make-up to match.
Pretty pink lips and flawless skin created a classically, beautiful look at Roland Mouret.
Low-fi, natural-looking beauty was the order of the day at Loewe. The hair was brushed-up off of the models faces and a light layer of gloss was added to the eyelids.
Pink on the eyes, lips and cheeks created a beautifully elegant and feminine look at Dior for spring.
Lightly blushed cheeks, defined eyes and glossy, effortless hair reigned at Chloe. It was minimalist and beautiful.
Brushed up brows, burnt orange lips with a glossy finish and slicked back hair tapped into the adventurous inspiration at Kenzo for spring/summer 16.
The Balmain woman is always expertly bronzed, and S/S 16 was no different.
In keeping with the signature Chloé look, hair was effortlessly tousled and skin was flawlessly radiant.
Creamy, dewy skin, brushed up brows and loose, wavy hair epitomised Parisian chic at Carven for spring.
Pinky nudes and beiges on the eyes was a trend seen across all four cities during Fashion Weeks. At Lanvin, it was teamed with minimal make-up and a cropped fringe.
The twisted updos at Lanvin were accessoried with pretty silk bows.
Dries van Noten
The trend for blue eye make-up appeared for the first time at Dries van Noten, where the models wore a line of metallic blue across the eyelid with a light coating of mascara on the lashes.
The eye make-up at Vionnet was bold for S/S 16. Bronzed skin was the backdrop for heavy, graphic eyes and a pretty pink lip.