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19 of the Most Gorgeous Looks From Backstage at New York Fashion Week

Natural was all the rage at New York Fashion Week, with both hair and makeup taking a turn for the elegantly undone. Have a look at some shots and tell us what you think!

1. A touch of orange glimmer on a natural face backstage at Creatures of Comfort

2. Lead hairstylist Justine Marjan demonstrates a rumpled, tousled look on a model by using TRESemmé products

3. At Erin Fetherston, lips inspired by sipping beet juice were designed by Kelli J. Bartlett for Glamsquad

4. A totally natural look with minimal makeup backstage at Noon by Noor

5. The hair at Noon by Noor, designed by Mark Hampton using Alterna Haircare products, was modern, sleek, and androgynous

6. An orange-toned look backstage at Creatures of Comfort

7. Two romantic looks at the Mémère presentation

8. Bella Hadid has her makeup done backstage at Zadig & Voltaire by makeup artist Dick Page using Shiseido products

9. Bella Hadid’s final makeup, natural with bursts of red on the eyes, backstage at Zadig & Voltaire

10. Backstage at Naeem Khan, model gets her hair done in a design that will become a teased chignon created by TRESemmé Stylist Odile Gilbert

11. A model waits for rehearsal to begin at Zero + Maria Cornejo

12. Hair, by James Pecis using Flow products, danced in loose waves while makeup, by Dick Page using Shiseido products, presented a matching, natural, elegant style

13. A model gets her hair teased into a rock and roll texture at Dennis Basso, designed by Giovanni Vaccaro for Glamsquad

14. The final look at Naeem Khan, a tousled chignon by lead hairstylist Odile Gilbert using TRESemmé products

15. Nails at Naeem Khan were glittery and glam, providing a contrast to the loose chignon and natural makeup

16. A slight blush on the cheek backstage at Narciso Rodriguez, designed by makeup artist Dick Page using Shiseido products

17. A model gets her makeup done backstage at Narciso Rodriguez

18. Wild hair and a warm pink blush on the cheeks backstage at Dennis Basso

19. Braids backstage at Maki Oh’s collection were designed by Nate Rosenkranz using Alterna Haircare products

Elyssa Goodman likes words and pictures a lot. She is a Style Consultant at Her Campus, was previously the publication's first Style Editor, and has been with the magazine since its inception in 2009. Elyssa graduated with honors from Carnegie Mellon University, where she studied Professional Writing, Creative Writing, and Photography. As an undergraduate, she founded and was the editor-in-chief of The Cut, Carnegie Mellon's Music Magazine. Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Elyssa now lives and works in New York City as Miss Manhattan, a freelance writer, photographer, stylist and social media consultant. Her work has appeared in Vice, Marie Claire, New York Magazine, Glamour, The New Yorker, Artforum, Bust, Bullett, Time Out New York, Nerve.com, and many other publications across the globe. Elyssa is also the photographer of the book "Awkwafina's NYC," written by Nora "Awkwafina" Lum. She loves New York punk circa 1973, old-school photobooths, macaroni and cheese, and Marilyn Monroe. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @MissManhattanNY.
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