NYFW served up colorful looks for Winter 2018.
Deborah Lippmann was the lead manicurist for Creatures of Comfort at 59 Chelsea Piers. The looks spanned from gothic with Fade to Black to holographic with Hotline Bling.
The athletic aesthetic is all the rage at Pamella Roland. With hair by Alli Webb for Drybar, tresses complimented the collection with just the right amount of volume and waves. Webb used all products from Drybar including the recently launched Southern Belle range.
Inspired by the vibrant neon shades found in Jeremy Scott’s collection, Miss Pop for Essie channeled the designer’s raver muse by creating a “cool techno animal print” on nails.
Inspired by the 90’s Downtown NYC Club Kid, the look at Ashton Michael Fall/Winter ’18 Collection featured dewy, lived-in skin and a painterly watercolor-effect on the eyes.
Playing off the vibrant colors in Jason Wu’s FW 2018 collection, makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver for Maybelline New York added an element of “deconstructed glam” to the face. “It’s a modern way of approaching a classic cat- eye,” he said of the graphic liner look.