A lesser talked about highlight of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia is the beauty and hair trends looks which tie a collection together along with accessories.
Here are some of the biggest beauty trends that we've seen during MBFWA
Crimped hair was at its peak popularity in the late 90's and early 2000's. But this year, Bec & Bridge sent models down the runway for their '20 Resort Collection. Instead of using hair crimpers or other heat tools, try braiding or plaiting your hair when it's wet. Simply let it dry during the day or sleep in it overnight to get the crimped, bed-head but still chic look.
Glowing skin is always a winner as nothing beats a luminous, bronzed glow. The sun-kissed look, seen at Jonathan Simkhai was inspired by Bondi Beach.which also served as the location and backdrop for the show.
Alice McCall sent her models down the runway with imperfect eyeliner and non-uniform lashes. Random, we know! But, it elevated the look of every outfit. To draw inspiration from this look, but make it wearable- go for heavy liner and dramatic, individual lashes.
With celebrities like Kim Kardashian sporting the wet-look waves at the Met Gala, it was only natural that the trend would hit the runways soon. The wet-look creates a refined, fresh but relaxed and undone look that can be replicated by anyone with access to some gel.
Lipstick as eyeshadow
On the P.E. Nation runway, makeup artists matched the models’ lips to their lids for a super dewy, romantic and effortlessly balmy eye look. This look proved that the humble lipstick can do more than add a pop of colour to your pout.