Marc Jacobs kept it (mostly) to black eyeliner and red lipstick this season, so it’s a testament to their power — and Pat McGrath’s skill — that no two models looked the same. Bella and Gigi rocked the classic wing...
... while others sported liner along the inner corners.
Failing that, why not do both?
Chromat’s head makeup artist, Fatima Thomas, translates the stripes found on our favourite athletes’ sneakers onto lids for a striking visual you can’t look away from.
It’s not Halloween yet, but we — like Chromat — are always up for candy corn inspired talons.
We didn’t think blinged-out brows could be a thing, but Christopher John Rogers proves us wrong.
Amber-dusted cheeks won’t draw jaundice comparisons when paired with a sweep of pink underneath, á la Puppets & Puppets.
This model from Puppets & Puppets might have a little trouble getting through the metal detector at airports.
Ditto for Dion Lee, where models strode down the runway rocking a delightful configuration of studs meant to mimic facial piercings.
Looks like the hands weren’t exempt from the perforated treatment either.
2020’s interpretation of war paint takes on a brighter, more graphic spin as seen at Self-Portrait. Intimidating, but with a hint of fun? We’re all for it.
Coloured mascara is making a triumphant comeback. That is, if emerging brand Ulla Johnson has anything to say about it.
Gold lids and teal lashes are one dynamic duo we didn’t see coming. Kudos for keeping us on our toes, Ulla Johnson.
Tadashi Shoji pays homage to Pantone’s colour of the year by decking out lids in splashes of azure.
Anyone else getting Harley Quinn vibes from Christian Siriano’s heart-dotted makeup?
Badgley Mischka demonstrates the latest — and by far, most inventive — way to sport a headband. The next time you want to spice up your mane, situate the band along the bottom of your noggin instead.
Talk about extreme eyeliner. Rag & Bone elevates the tried-and-true winged liner look by extending it was past the inner corners. And that’s not all...
If eyelids were a canvas, then this look would definitely be considered abstract art.
We love this Rag & Bone look to the moon and back.
Precision be damned. Make a statement as Monse does with a thick block of neon shadow.
Anna Sui sure is channelling modern-day vampire vibes with theatrical, gravity-defying falsies and berry-stained lips.
Face-framing layers mean something else entirely to Area.
Prabal Gurung serves up a massive throwback in the form of powder blue eyeshadow and sharp winged liner that is straight from the 80s.