FEMALE Beauty Faves: An Euphoria-Inspired Affair From Dries Van Noten Autumn Winter 2020 Runway

Dries Van Noten painted the runway of their Autumn Winter 2020 show with Euphoria-inspired makeup looks and we’re convinced every colour on the spectrum were present.

 

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If you’ve you’ve noticed a growth in graphic liner looks, intricately mixed and matched eye shadows, and exaggerated eye makeup designs on your Instagram feed, congratulations! You’ve been hit by the Euphoria effect. The dramatic makeup trend was inspired by the American teenage drama, Euphoria, where characters wore cleverly constructed makeup looks of glitter embellishments and unusual eye shadow colours. And of course, the creation extended beyond the characters to become the next big beauty trend on runway models.

 

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The runway displayed a burst of Euphoria-inspired makeup looks combined with emo glam-like moods, but the one look we certainly couldn’t ignore was Billie Eilish’s-style coloured roots. Yet, the surprise doesn’t end there. At first glance, it’s easy for the hairstyle to look as if it is dye applied on the roots but in true fact, it was created with textured feathers that was sprayed into the parting of the models’ hair.

Hairstylist Sam McKnight, the mastermind behind the stunning creation, shares on his Instagram: “A little colour with feathers to brighten these dark wintry days. When I spoke to Dries about his collection and he said it was inspired by the late seventies, early eighties club scene, when girls would get very dressed up to go out.”

 

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Inspired by the images of Serge Lutens in the ‘70s, the hair and makeup looks complemented each other as a combination of “stylistic spirit of Lutens while still being modern and rooted in 2020” as described by Vogue. Makeup artist Inge Grognard had a play of two-toned colours across and underneath the models’ eyes which she coupled with a playful take of shapes and shades of red, black and plum on their lips. If anything, the burst of colour accents from chin up was in perfect harmony with the collection’s eclectic mix of designs.

Featured image: Dries Van Noten // Filep Motwary

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