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25th of September 2017

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Every Makeup Look You Need To See From the Spring 2018 Shows

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Tommy Hilfiger

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Erdem

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Versus Versace

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Christopher Kane

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Roksanda

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Emporio Armani

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Preen

The Look: Glowy skin, bronzed eyes.

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House of Holland

The Look: Electro-pop eyes, true nude lips.

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Simone Rocha

The Look: Bare eyes and rosy cheeks.

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J.W. Anderson

The Look: Blacked-out bottom lashline.

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Marc Jacobs

The Look: All cat-eyes are not created equal, especially not this season at Marc Jacobs. Makeup artist Diane Kendal created layered black formulas in different variations of a winged eye, based on individual eye shape, leaving the rest of the face pretty much alone.

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Tanya Taylor

The Look: Satin coral lips and groomed brows.

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Derek Lam

The Look: A strike of green bronze liner on just the top lashline paired unexpectedly with peony-stained lips.

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Creatures of the Wind

The Look: Eye-bright courtesy of white liner.

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Coach

The Look: Sooty bedroom eyes and chiseled cheekbones.

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Delpozo

The Look: Unexpected orange-rimmed eyes.

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Tracy Reese

The Look: Suitable shots of color throughout—lime green lids, cherry red lips, electric blue sockets.

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Jonathan Simkhai

The Look: Makeup artist Erin Parsons sought to explore “brightness against cool taupe." The brightness? Beige brow pencil (yes!) around the eyes. The cool taupe? Warm shadow allover the lids.

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Helmut Lang

The Look: Muted brows and amplified lips.

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Zimmerman

The Look: Glitter-dusted eyes.

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Colovos

The Look: Peach-toned eyes.

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Carolina Herrera

The Look: Kendal wanted the eyes to look "very graphic and simple, with no mascara and curled lashes." She used a black thin liner all around the eyes to give the models "a very fresh look and still within Carolina Herrera, but edgier."

If You Buy One Thing: M.A.C. Modern Twist Kajal Liner in Squid, $17.50

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Michael Kors

The Look: No-makeup makeup goals.

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Francesca Liberatore

The Look: Moonlit luminosity—everywhere.

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Public School

The Look: Makeup artist Grace lee described this look as, "a play on textures between clean matte skin, a beauitful boy brow and glossy lids." She actually used a lip gloss atop black and pewter shadow to give lids that light-catching finish.

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Michael Costello

The Look: "We’re converting the idea that glamour is something reserved for the elite by accentuating women’s natural features," says makeup artist Michela Polaco "We achieved this with supple skin, an effortless eye and a lip that looks stained from a glass of wine."

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Concept Korea

The Look: Lids were topped with message flash tattoos—Perfectly Imperfect—and the bottom lip alone was painted with a matte lipstick.

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Novis

The Look: "Designer Jordana Warmflash wanted a playful wash of dandelion yellow across the eyelids to create contrast in a modern way while keeping the rest of the look nude and luminous," said makeup artist Uzo.

If You Buy One Thing: Nars Duo Eye Shadow in Fashion Rebel, $36

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Naeem Khan

The Look: Here was Parsons' "unprecious nod to the ballet," with high-shine rose-red lips and matte skin.

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Anna Sui

The Look: The "beautiful little stripes of glitter and painted daisies almost felt as if [models] belong to a love-in cult," makeup artist Pat McGrath told ELLE.com. She used a small brush, a dab of Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, and a silver shadow from her new permanent makeup collection to draw thin, horizontal lines straight down through the center of the eyes.

If You Buy One Thing: Pat McGrath Mothership II: Sublime Palette, $125

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