• It might be months before you can buy the clothes, but you can rock the runway's best beauty statements starting right now. Try these 20 genius tricks to give your look an instant upgrade.
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  • At Rebecca Minkoff, Sarah Lucero for Stila Cosmetics lined models' eyes with Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Liner in Cobalt, a new color for fall 2013 (try it now with the Indigo shade).
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  • This hairstyle from Christian Siriano is actually easier than it looks: it's just two fishtail braids crisscrossed and pinned at the back of the head. Antoinette Beenders for Aveda prepped hair with Aveda Pure Abundance Style Prep to give hair texture and grip.
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  • "If you put a [light] color inside the waterline, like a cream, it will make the eyes look more open," Val Garland explained of the chocolate brown smoky look she created at BCBG using Sephora Jumbo Liner in Dark Brown Matte.
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  • Sara Biria for Sephora PRO created this "Twiggy-inspired" eye by applying false lash clusters on the bottom and skipping mascara on the top lashes.
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  • At Creatures of the Wind, James Boehmer for Nars created this shimmering pink eye makeup look using the brand's Alhambra Duo Eyeshadow, Nepal Shimmer Eyeshadow and Maldives Multiple
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  • Jerry Hall was the inspiration behind this smoldering, sexy look at Nicole Miller, created by James Kaliardos for MAC. The contour shade was a deep Scarab Green, new for Fall 2013.
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  • If the dark lipstick trend is too harsh for your taste, try this softer version as seen at Derek Lam. Este Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux mixed brown, maroon and burgundy shades on models' lips.
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  • To nail the second day look, apply L'Oral Professionnel Volume Expand Leave-In Spray and True Grip Texturizing Powder, then braid your hair into three sections and press each braid with a straightening iron. That's how hairstylist Joseph DiMaggio create this look for Timo Weiland.
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  • At Jason Wu, Odile Gilbert for Krastase used metallic clips to dress up these updos. The hair itself looked way too complicated to attempt at home, but the idea of basic barrettes as statement accessories? Brilliant!
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  • "Thakoon's winter collection is inspired by summer," said makeup artist Diane Kendal for Nars. "We did a very dark midnight blue shadow, but to get that summer feel we added glitter on top." To create a similar look, mix Nars Night Flight Eyeshadow, a shimmering black, with bright blue Outremer Matte Eyeshadow and top with gold glitter.
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  • At Costello Tagliapietra, Maki Ryoke topped MAC Lady Danger Lipstick, a matte red, with MAC Pro Process Magenta Pigment blended through the center of the lip for "a play on color and added dimension."
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  • To contrast the deep red lip at Kenneth Cole, Romy Soleimani for MAC gave eyes a pretty sheen using gloss on bare eyelids and applying MAC Pro Platinum Metal Pigment along the upper and lower lashlines.
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  • It's a fact: everyone looks good in this lip color, as seen at Diane Von Furstenberg. The shade? MAC Chromographic Pencil in Process Magenta, applied by makeup artist James Kaliardos.
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  • Brown lipstick is back in a big way, and this caramel hue seen at 3.1 Phillip Lim is a cool alternative to red. Makeup artist Francelle Daly used Nars Lip Liner Pencil in Kenya, a copper-toned brown.
    Photo: © Courtesy of Nars
  • We loved how the hair at Suno softened the face. Hair stylist Odile Gilbert used Krastase Mousse Substantive to give hair the perfect texture.
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  • Use a mixture of pencil and powder eye shadow to create Jason Wu's colorful cat eye by Diane Kendal for Lancme. (Here's the complete step-by-step.)
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  • We loved this artfully messy knot at Tadashi Shoji by Rodney Cutler for Cutler Salons/Redken. To replicate it, prep hair with mousse and Redken Powder Grip 03 hair powder. Braid the lower quarter of the hair and twist into a bun, then pin the rest of the hair over it, leaving loose pieces out.
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  • Ever use lip balm on your lids? That's what Shiseido Artistic Director Dick Page did at Marc by Marc Jacobs, applying Benefiance Full Correction Lip Treatment over eyeshadow to create an "almost wet-looking" finish. And those glossy red lips? They're a blend of two Shiseido Lacquer Rouge shades: Sanguine and Drama.
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  • Instead of applying gel liner with an eyeliner brush, use a clean, bent mascara wand like makeup artist Mally did at Tracy Reese. She used Mally Beauty Evercolor Silk Eye Defining System in Jet Black to create this cool, smudgy look.
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  • At Zac Posen, John Frieda Global Creative Consultant Luigi Murenu gave these knotted buns a "ruffled" texture by prepping hair with Luxurious Volume Volume Building Mousse and using a crimping iron on loose pieces.
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20 Hair And Makeup Ideas To Steal From Fashion Week


20 Hair And Makeup Ideas To Steal From Fashion Week

Try these genius tricks to give your look an instant upgrade.

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