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The latest beauty trend seen at Paris Fashion Week 2022

Paris closes FW22/23 Fashion Month's with Metaverse's make-up looks and minimalist hair

The latest beauty trend seen at Paris Fashion Week 2022  Paris closes FW22/23 Fashion Month's with Metaverse's make-up looks and minimalist hair

The Ville Lumière is the fashion capital that officially closes this marathon of fashion shows in which designers have presented their Fall/Winter 2022-23 collections. What has emerged is that the desire to dare is back, with futuristic looks that also wink at details from the past, such as feathers and tricot. On the beauty side, stylists brought back the blue eye and mermaid hair, in New York, and futuristic royal skin combined with wet hair, in Milan. What happened instead backstage in Paris? The catwalks were punctuated by braids, bold eyes with pink pop flashes, piercings on the face and very simple hair with a central parting, just like the real Parisian girls love to show off, very clean and shiny, in the streets of Paris. Let's see in detail the 5 trends to experiment now on face and hair directly from Paris Fashion Week.

Total pink eyes

Pier Paolo Piccioli, for Valentino, wanted to strip pink of its most feminine and flirtatious meaning. He considered it a color like any other, giving not only the clothes but also the make-up a fresh allure that gives hope. Make-up artist Pat McGrath has created a monochromatic cat eye, revisited with the lower rim also edged in pop pink. Lanvin too chose a dusty pink to embellish the eyelids of its models, while Marine Serre made the look overdone, almost messy, with spots of pink that continue up to the cheeks.

The girl from the Metaverse

A clean beauty but dictated by glimmers and jewel details that immediately position her in a near future. Giambattista Valli changes the communicative plane of the models' gaze thanks to metallic eyeliners, combined with extra dewy skin. Givenchy and Balmain opt for a non-make-up marked by body piercings, while Off-White bets everything on glammed-up beauty, a beauty illuminated by a new light, with a few micro-tattoos here and there on the face and Nineties eyebrows. Also beautiful is the choice of Peter Philips, for Dior, to break the monotony of a minimal make-up with silver highlights in the inner corner of the eye, completed by braids guided by a hint of sparkle.

Dark lips

Dries Van Noten took inspiration from 1960s Mina to create the models' looks, thanks to smudged eyes and blackberry mouths. He also unveiled a big news, which is his first beauty line, all refillable and sustainable, consisting of 30 lipsticks and 10 fragrances. Rochas' lips are also beautiful, dark and with a glossy finish as if the models had eaten a basket of berries before going on the runway.

The line in the middle

Loewe, Isabel Marant, Balmain, Sanit Laurent, Acne Studios, Courrèges, Stella McCartney. All with a common denominator: hair with a graceful texture, between extra smooth and disheveled cool, with the parting of the hair strictly in the middle. A trend that went crazy in the nineties and that every self-respecting Parisian girl continues to opt for as the quintessence of coolness in her hair. For those who love to go out of the ordinary can instead copy the maxi side parting, fixed by couture clips, Chanel.

Skin Fetish

Even on the Milanese runways, the focus on pearl-like reflective skin proved to be one of the hottest beauty trends, and the French fashion capital didn't dampen it. The masterful work of Pat MC Grath and her team for the fashion shows of Loewe and Louis Vuitton propose ethereal and almost naked skin looks, enriched by the formulations of the products of the "Mother of Make-up" from London.