The Biggest Beauty Trends From New York Fashion Week 2018 (So Far)
It's pretty wild to start thinking about the next year (2018, we hardly knew ya). But when fashion week rolls around in New York, it's all about looking, planning, and anticipating the year ahead. It's exciting as well, as we're suckers for a good trend—especially come springtime. The best part about all of it, though, is these are looks you can start wearing right now (and products you can purchase right here). Team Byrdie is heading backstage at some of the biggest shows, and we're happy to report that there are some killer trends we know you're going to love. And far more to come. Keep scrolling to see what we've found at fashion week.
Glitter has been around for a while now, and according to New York Fashion Week 2018, it's not going anywhere (examples include designers Rebecca Minkoff and Tom Ford). "Glitter isn't only about euphoria and performance," Laura Dorwart wrote in an essay earlier this year. "It's also deeply tied to protest and defiance. For decades, glitter has been used by queer activists fighting for LGBTQ rights." She speaks of the magic of glitter, comparing its effect on her to "a sort of witchcraft, a kind of breathless ecstasy." So while the country remains steeped in political turmoil, the beauty trends follow suit. The more glitter, the better. Give Tom Ford's Eye Color Quad ($122) a go to re-create the look.
Think soft petals, dew-soaked lips, and just-flushed cheeks. This spring is all about a natural-looking glow and with that a few pinky touches all over the face (courtesy of designers Rachel Zoe and Rebecca Minkoff). It's a way to look modern, fresh, and youthful all at the same time. Gloss, shimmer, and matte looks are all fair game. T
An oldie but a goodie, right? This season's no-makeup makeup has a strobe-like rebrand, offering up glass-skin inspiration but entirely natural nonetheless. As this trend dictates, the skin looks like skin, allowing for the product to melt right in with a velvety finish and lit-from-within glow. Straight out of the gate, Rachel Zoe and Tom Ford had their models wear the look, and if our predictions are correct, a slew of others will too.
Tons of volume, curls, and texture are staying put come spring—offering up even more opportunity to go bigger, curlier, fluffier, the works. Celebrity hairstylist