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The best beauty looks from the Paris Fashion Week SS20

Along with a shopping guide to copy the look

The best beauty looks from the Paris Fashion Week SS20 Along with a shopping guide to copy the look

After the Fashion Weeks in New York, London and Milan, even the Paris Fashion Week just came to an end, giving us, not only great collections but also some amazing beauty looks. Let's focus on the makeup and the hairstyles that will shape the trends of next Spring-Summer 2020! Starting from Dior to Saint Laurent, passing through Maison Margiela, Dries Van Noten and Marine Serre, nss G Club has selected for you the best beauty looks of the Paris Fashion Week and a mini shopping guide to replicate them



For the collection inspired by Catherine Dior's archival photographs, the hairstylist Guido Palau has created braids that perfectly match the straw hats and the transparent dresses worn by the models. For the makeup, the make-up artist Peter Philips was inspired by the green setting surrounded by trees. The result? Nude skin and just a touch of eyeliner on the eyes. 

Get the look: Redken Shine Flash 02 Glistening Mist



At Maison Margiela, the models took to the catwalk wearing military-inspired dresses with an extravagant twist, as well as a range of veiled hats. Makeup artist Pat McGrath wanted to keep the make-up minimal and elegant applying just a veil of foundation and mascara. Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman, on the other hand, "sculpted" the models' hair to match the different looks. 

Get the look: Korff Invisible Fondotinta Effetto Nude



For the first time, Dries Van Noten collaborated with Christian Lacroix for the creation of the collection. The result was an extraordinary mix of floral prints and mesmerizing colors. Taking inspiration from this, hairstylist Sam McKnight created two-tone fringes on the models made with feathers in different shades. When it comes to makeup, Peter Philips - inspired by the 1982 science fiction film Blade Runner - created stripes of gold, black and white on the models' eyes. Gold metallic lips complete the futuristic beauty look. 

Get the look: Sephora Collection Cream Lip Stain Metal 



Glitter and sparkle rule the makeup created by Fara Homidi for the Off White models: a handful of golden sparkles adorns the face for a captivating look. The base is natural and glowing, illuminated by touches of highlighter, the lips remain almost always naked. The hairstylist Jawara has created movement on the hair but in a natural way.

Get the look: Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Shadow



For the models, the make up artist Karim Rahman has created an unconventional style by contouring eyes and lips with surprising colors such as purple or saffron yellow. Inspired by the universe of Rick Owens, fake shavings were also made on the front of the head with curly hair extensions applied to the back.

Get the look: Nyx Hot Singles Eye Shadow



Here too, glitters were the real stars of the show. The make up artist Pat McGrath created a super sparkling makeup using a handful of glitter (almost like an eyeliner) on the eye contour. Crystals, glitter and metallic eyelashes on a simple and clean base. The hairstylist Guido Palau dry the hair naturally. 

Get the look: Pupa Vamp! Mascara Top Coat Gold



Once again, models from the future have walked for Marine Serre. A collection inspired by futurewear in an environmentalist key against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic scenario dominated by the black color. Wet effect hair and a no make-up style characterized the natural beauty look.

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On Loewe models, hairstylist Guido Palau has created our favorite hairstyle of all time: the low (very tight) side-parted ponytail. A bit retro but super elegant, the aim was to give the beauty look a simple and slightly masculine look, very '20s, in contrast with the clothes. For the make up, it was absolutely nude. 

Get the look: Davines Cera Forte Asciutta



At Mugler, the hypnotic eyebrows created by make-up artist Inge Grognard have made the models' looks even more dramatic. On the hair, the multiple hairstyles made by the hairstylist Jawara were equally strong, but we especially loved the chain ponytail he created on Bella Hadid! 

Get the look: Benefit cosmetics Precisely, My Brow



Seventies inspiration. A minimal but always eye-catching beauty look was on show at Saint Laurent. And if the makeup is really minimal, the focus is on the hair: smooth, loose and natural, respecting the cut and personality of each model. Finally, among the beauty trends in the Anthony Vaccarello fashion show the role of the turban stands out, a hair accessory that is expected to become a must in the next spring/summer season. 

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