Get practicing now, because in a few months these make-up looks will be taking the UK by storm. From classic red lips at Felder and Felder to unconventional clown-like colours at Vivienne Westwood – we look at the key trends to take away from London Fashion Week.
Matchy matchy at Felder and Felder
Tomato hued lips were matched perfectly to red leather trousers in Felder and Felder’s inspirational show. Giving the glamorous red lip a rebellious twist, matching your lipstick to your outfit never looked so cool.
Graphic liner at Zoe Jordan
A key trend seen throughout the shows, strong graphic eyeliner was contrasted with flawless skin to stunning effect. Inspiration for the look was attributed to London’s effortless style.
Bubble-gum pink at Jasper Conran
Pop-art inspired pink lips were worn against bare, dewy skin for an innocent yet modern vibe. Contrasted by the autumnal wardrobe pallet, Jasper Conran proves that pink works in every situation.
Last night’s glitter at House of Holland
Wearing make-up from the night before seems to be one of this season’s hottest looks with multiple designers embracing the look. At Henry Holland it was all about leftover glitter on the eye.
Illustrated colour at Vivienne Westwood
Make-up artist Val Garland got creative at Vivienne Westwood with strong primary colours inside bold black lines against a pale background. Probably not appropriate for everyday, this look can be broken down and used in real life by embracing the graphic lines and primary colour pallet.
Pop of blue at Topshop Unique
Taking inspiration from Brit-pop in the ’90s, bright blue eye shadow was the main attraction at Topshop Unique. Keeping the rest of the face natural will help blue hues pop.
Want to try one of these looks but don’t rate your skills? Why not try a professional make-up session? An expert can show you how to recreate the look at home.
To see more beauty trends from LFW, take a look at the Telegraph’s article. Get the look with MAC cosmetics.