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Model on the catwalk
Julien Macdonald show, Runway, Spring Summer 2018, London Fashion Week, UK - 18 Sep 2017

The Best Beauty Looks Of Spring Summer 2018 LFW

We can’t quite believe that London Fashion Week has come to an end. The much anticipated week was a whirlwind of beautiful clothes, cosmetics and celebs, leaving us with major post fashion week blues. One thing in particular we can’t get out of our heads are the gorgeous beauty looks that graced the catwalks. From windswept hair to neon bright eyes, designers pulled out all the stops to make these the most memorable looks yet. It was far from easy to narrow it down, but read on for our round up of the best beauty looks of LFW.

Our Designers:

Thick Liner at Julien Macdonald

Forget soft eyes for spring, Julien Macdonald is delivering the drama into SS18. His racy, netted designs were complimented by thick, sultry eyeliner. Whatever your eye shape, blacked out eyes are a guaranteed way to amp up the glam with minimal effort on your part. Equip yourself with your favourite black kohl liner and the rest is history. We love the Lancome Le Crayon Kohl Waterproof Eyeliner.

Windswept Fringes at Preen

You know that look where the wind blows your hair into a ginormous face consuming fringe? Yeah, thanks to Preen, that’s fashion now. The rules of hair have been well and truly discarded by Preen and we can’t lie, we’re kind of obsessed. This rebellious look was offset with delicate pink and peachy makeup, leaving us in hope that messy fringes are the new pretty.

Vibrant Eyes at House of Holland

We can always count on Henry Holland for bold display and from the catwalk set, to the clothes, to the beauty and we were not disappointed. We saw neon, block colours applied from lash line to brow bone creating eyes fluorescent enough to see from space. The best part about this bright look is that it’s absolutely effortless to recreate. Simply choose your shade of eye shadow and apply everywhere – no tricky techniques necessary.

Barely There Foundation at Jasper Conran

One of the biggest foundation looks at Fashion Week was no foundation. Jasper Conran lead the trend with his stunning display of dewy, natural complexioned models. Whilst we are strong advocates of a good highlighter, we adore the look of the skin’s natural dewiness glistening slightly on the skin. If the thought of ditching your foundation all together is too much to bare, one of our favourite products for a natural coverage is the bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream.

Best of The Rest:

Glitter Eyes at Ralph & Russo

The classic highlight at the inner corner of the eye has had a major overhaul. Ralph & Russo’s staple beauty look saw glitter plastered to the inner corner and lower lash line of the eye. The icy eye look is subtle but glam enough to take you from desk to dancefloor.

Red Lips at Temperley 

The enormous sunnies at Temperley may of hidden a lot of makeup, but one thing they couldn’t conceal were the gorgeous red lips every model donned. We are now well equipped with the knowledge that we can work red lipstick with any outfit. We’re reaching for the Bobbi Brown Lip Colour in Atomic Orange.

Flushed Cheeks at Bora Aksu

Bora Aksu was swapping chiseled contouring for youthful, colour washed cheeks on their catwalk. We saw their models with bright pink flushed cheeks, travelling from the apples of their cheeks to as high as the outer corner of their eyes. We can’t get enough of the fresh, playful look of this trend – it’s definitely time to dust off our blushes!

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