The Best Beauty from New York Fashion Week (That’s Actually Wearable)
We’ll leave the blue lips and impossible braids to the pros
Everyone might be talking about face-paint Snapchat filters, but we’re more excited about the looks that actually work in the real world. Here are seven ideas that look just as good off the runway. (Bonus: You don’t have to be a makeup artist to make them happen.)
Why wait until the holidays to bust out the sparkle? A hair-thin line of metallic pigment is subtle enough for daytime (but still makes you feel like a rock star).
Retro Head Scarves
This might be the chicest solution ever to third-day hair that needs a little more help than dry shampoo.
No need to put away your summer brights: Electric hues make a great contrast to fall’s muted sweaters and trenches.
Sleek, low ponies were all over the runways—and it’s hard to argue with a style that takes 20 seconds to do. (Just run some smoothing serum through your locks, grab a hair tie and you’re good to go.)
Way less intimidating than the pink-shadow trend, sunset hues warm up fairer skin tones and make any eye color pop.
We’re digging this diagonal take on the negative-space mani. (Anyone else feel like chocolate-covered strawberries?)
Barely-there makeup is usually a summer thing (because humidity), but there’s no reason not to rock it year-round. If you’re not blessed with perfect skin, a sheer, illuminating moisturizer is your best friend when it comes to faking it.