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In many shows, makeup artists preferred to let the boldly coloured fashion do the talking. At DKNY, global makeup artist for Maybelline, Charlotte Willer, used beige shadow on lids and a pearl white beneath the eyes to define the look (think: California girl goes to New York). At Burberry, effortless beauty ruled. Makeup artist Wendy Rowe achieved a cool Brit-girl look using taupeand beige shadows on eyes, topped off with a slick of tawny pink on lips. OK,
Burberry models wearing trench coat tones on eyes may not be a stretch, but neutrals became a bona fide trend when normally graphic Lanvin traded in their go-to black eyeshadow for brown. And Dior, a house that rarely shies away from colour, opted for hazelnut eyelids too. “There was brown, brown, brown all the way through to Paris,” says Revlon’s global artistic director Gucci Westman. “It was just simple and gorgeous.”
FLARE picks: Maybelline Eye Studio in Give Me Gold, $12. Burberry Eyeshadow in Pale Barley, $33.