Trust Giambattista Valli to up the ante on bejewelled lids by bringing the bling up to the brow bone.
Miu Miu heaps on the drama with dramatically exaggerated wings and diffused scarlet lids. And that’s not all the red we saw on the runway...
It seems Alexander McQueen is all about the hue too, though he prefers a fierier rendition woven through strands.
Anyone else intrigued by Stella McCartney’s now you see it, now you don’t liner?
We spy chic bleached brows at Thom Browne.
You’re forgiven for mistaking Valentino’s elaborate liner for an intricate mask. Drop the makeup tutorial, please?
Petition for the MUA at Haider Ackermann to be in charge of makeup when the Alien movie remake rolls around.
We’re guessing the makeup inspo for Olivier Theyskens was something along the lines of My Chemical Romance, but make it fashion.
Ditto for Yohji Yamamoto.
Make sure your accessories don’t overpower your moneymaker. Dior’s vibrant, patterned headscarves are a statement maker on its own, so it’s only fitting that it’s paired with bold, chunky liners.
We’re all for Celine’s modern twist on 70’s-inspired makeup. To recreate this look, add graphic strokes of black liner along the crease of lids.
Too much gold can sometimes come off as garish. Yet, an overwhelming dose of silver as seen at Erdem is sleek and sharp in equal measure. Douse your ‘do in it...
... or adorn lids with a generous helping.
Metallic, foiled lids are a head-turner. Elevate them further as Simone Rocha did by opting to paint lids in a standout scarlet hue.
As for the brave and bold, swap out classic white for neon yellow.
A soft sweep of pink shadow is edgy when paired with graphic eyeliner. Take a leaf from Richard Quinn’s book by adding a smidge of white along the waterline for an arresting, unforgettable sight.
Crystals aren’t just big in the wellness circuit anymore. This season, they act as an integral part of Halpern’s eye-catching, unmissable aesthetic.
We’re not clowning around — according to Ashley Williams, this is the visage you should be rocking in 2020.
If you’re more into superheroes rather than jokers, there’s also this batty option to consider.
Are we still on the topic of caped crusaders? Well, Matty Bovan certainly is, at least.
Or perhaps it’s just hair heroes he has in mind.
Enquiring minds want to know: was the creative direction at Preen ‘sideburns, but make it fashun?’
We never would have thought to pair lavender and red hues. Thanks for the tip, Mimi Wade.
Anyone else tempted to ditch pink blushes in favour of coral after seeing the rouged-up cheeks at Mark Fast?
It’s a topsy-turvy world at Fashion East. Severely smudged lipsticks are in...
...as are messy mascara flecks.
Charlotte Knowles has crafted an intriguing aesthetic with rounded liner swoops.
You can now cry your mascara off and claim it to be a style statement. Gucci has truly done us as a solid, alright.
And it’s not just Gucci, mind. Fendi is also one of the brands that have transformed a typical beauty blunder — that is, wearing your headband upside down — into an in-season lewk.
Oh, and a smudged kisser, too.
Makeup is truly made easy with Prada’s stencil lids.
The literal embodiment of cake-topper hair? You know it. Moschino has outdone themselves yet again.
Talk about being glitter bombed in the best way. Marni pulls no punches by choosing to paint the face in heaps of shimmer.
A hint of sparkle is all that’s needed to add levity to a neutral, earth-toned palette, right, Emporio Armani?
Moncler makes a case for fluttery, feathery drawn-in lower lashes.
Next time someone points out our smeared makeup, we’re gonna say it’s a re-creation of Max Mara’s runway look.