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7 Beauty Products Designers Used in Their Fashion Week Shows

New York Fashion week is not only about the clothes, the shoes and the accessories; it’s also about the makeup and products that go into creating the model’s looks. We have put together a list of 5 products that were used this week, so that you can achieve these amazing runway-worthy makeup looks at home. Enjoy!  

1. MAC Eye Gloss, $21, maccosmetics.com

Used for the Proenza Schouler show, this product (in Lightly Tauped) gives your lids a glossy, shiny look that is perfect for those wanting to put something on their eyes without having to worry about smudging or fading. We recommend using this to achieve that dewy, barely-there glow!

2. Maybelline Master Kajal Liner, $7.99, ulta.com

This eyeliner was the perfect choice for the bold eye look used during Cushnie et Ochs show. It is a good choice for those wanting to achieve a more dramatic and dark look that not all eyeliners can deliver! Opt for this product when you want to make your eyes the main focus of your look—be sure to pait it with neutral colors elsewhere, so your eyes really pop! 

3.  Temptu AIRpod Bronzer, $35, temptu.com

The makeup artists at the BCBGMAXAZRIA show relied on this perfecting bronzer to give models a gorgeous glow. Miss your summer tan? This bronzer will give you that natural, sun-kissed look.

4. Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick, $22, stilacosmetics.com

This liquid lipstick, which we saw in Clover Canyon’s show, was a hit for us! The long-lasting product creates the perfect pigment and because of its texture super-smooth texture, it gives your bold lips a crazy-good finish.

5. Kevyn Aucoin Eye Pencil Primatif, $26, nordstrom.com

Bold eyeliner was a big trend on the runways this year, and in this case, it was a bright blue shade by Kevyn Aucoin that stole the show! As seen in the HONOR show, this product created a beautiful look made for those beauty risk-takers who want to make a statement. 

6. Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, $22, oribe.com


The beauty, easy waves at Jill Stuart had us swooning—and those locks have Oribe’s genius texturizing spray to thank. Perfect for second-day hair, the spray not only gives hair just the right amount of volume, it also works as a dry shampoo, too!

7. Nails Inc Polish in Grosvenor Crescent ($14) and Belgrave Square ($15), us.nailsinc.com

There’s nothing more glam than stunning gold layered over a rich aubergine, and that’s exactly the look featured on the Alice + Olivia runway this season. We love how easy this luxe look is—all it takes is a little polish layering, and you’ve achieved the look for yourself!

Which of these designer-approved products will be you be stocking up on, collegiettes?

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