Diffused watercolour lids are all the more striking when topped with messy gold flecks. You don’t have to be neat about it (they weren't at Halpern) — scatter 'em on lids haphazardly.
Precision? Pah! Central Saint Martin’s distracted doodles make the perfect excuse to don a messy liner look that requires no touch-ups.
Messy line work is all the rage at Proenza Schouler too. Get your fingers all up in your liner and smudge, smudge, smudge.
Failing that, broad slashes of neon that blur the line between liner and eyeshadow — as seen at Carolina Herrera — is fun, quirky, and all-too-easy to recreate.
The more weathered it looks, the better. Giorgio Armani pairs bold brows with lived-in, barely-there liner that you can draw on even in between dance numbers.
Disguise all that sweating and panting you’re doing out on the dance floor by applying shades of bright blushes along the apples of your cheeks, like artists did at Jamie Wei Huang.
When in doubt, stick to a single hue. In this case, it is rust red. Keep it artfully smudged — a lá Cushnie — for a fuss-free look to last through the night.
Can’t make up your mind between two lip shades? Don’t. Two-toned lips are a fresh new take on the classic red lip so often seen along the clubbing circuit, as demonstrated by Matty Bovan.
No fussing about with your hair whilst dancing — Christian Siriano kept it low and in-place with an eye-catching accessory. Your friends will never lose you on the dance floor.
Or, failing that, don gems, jewels, or even a bejewelled headpieces to distract attention from or prevent a wild, unmanageable mane, as seen at Area.
Super voluminous, crimped locks also serve as a great disguise when your locks puff up in the humidity. Frizzy? Don't you mean in-style, dahling?
Even better, why dry hair at all? Slather tresses in gel and arrange it in fun patterns for a helmet-hair look that is sure to stay put. Thanks for the inspo, J.W. Anderson.
Don't let your baby hairs slap around your face like you're 12. Swirl them strands strategically in intricate patterns instead, as styled at Burberry.