8 Breakout Beauty Looks From NYFW FW18

8 Breakout Beauty Looks From NYFW FW18

The beauty looks that led the pack at NYFW.



The beauty looks that led the pack at NYFW.

Text: Danielle Combs

Beauty is truly a transformative art. With a swipe and a dab of concealer, any blemish or dark under-eye circles can disappear in a flashor with the aid of a dewy, pearlescent luminizer you can achieve model-like cheekbones easily. The list of beauty trends and tips is never-ending, and without the proper tools or know-how, you may be swimming in a pool of endless products. With that in mind, V is narrowing things down by offering you stellar beauty looks from NYFW that are worth embracing.

MARC JACOBS

The Look: Fresh complexions, sultry smokey eyes and neon blunt bobs emphasized Marc Jacobs' '80s renaissance.

PRABAL GURUNG

The Look: Hair was slicked back off the face, but accessorized with pearl adornments and completed with subtly soft smokey eyes.

JEREMY SCOTT

The Look: Neon bobs and Kabuki-inspired makeup completed Scott's vision of creating the ultimate sci-fi girl.

ZADIG & VOLTAIRE 

The Look: Bejeweled bobby pins and a sharp cat-eye complete the feminine yet, edgy beauty look suited for the girl with a bit of grit.

ADAM SELMAN 

The Look: The revival of the '80s is in full swing as Adam Selman offset his rock glam collection with bold hued washes of shadow smudged up to the eyebrow for a lived-in makeup look only a rockstar could pull off.

BRANDON MAXWELL 

The Look: Glamour was at its peak during Brandon Maxwell's FW18 show and to emphasize his red-carpet glamour models sported bright red lips, along with fresh skin and luscious lashes.

TIBI

The Look: Fresh clean skin was the perfect canvas for creating a modern-take on the cat eye by utilizing bursts of neon hues and subtle pastels.

ALEXANDER WANG

The Look: The boardroom charts into high-fashion territory, where power suits, and banana clips sealed the deal on Alexander Wang's sleek FW18 show.

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