The hottest makeup trend on the NYFW spring/summer 2020 runways is Euphoria-themed makeup—but you probably already guessed that. At Pyer Moss, red blush was swept high up to the temples; abstract neon eyes showed up at Jonathan Cohen and face painting at Christian Siriano. In short, the looks would make Jules 😍. Click through to see all the best makeup trends from spring 2020 runway shows.
The vibe: Fantasy
Get the look: Honest Beauty creative color consultant Daniel Martin created exaggerated winged eyes for the models using a the brand’s black liquid liner, followed by a a thin yellow streak drawn on the outer corners of the lid. Then, he swept pink blush from the eyes to the high point of the cheek, finishing with a dab of gloss in the center of the lips.
If you buy one thing: Honest Beauty Liquid Liner, $10
The vibe: Natural
Get the look: Shiseido lead makeup artist Tomomi Shibusawa kept things minimal by prepping the skin with a cocktail of quenching Shiseido skincare. Then, he spot-treated with concealer before applying the Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Foundation, followed by powder blush. He created a subtle shine on the lips with Shiseido’s Benefiance Full Correction Lip Treatment.
If you buy one thing: Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Foundation, $47
The vibe: No Fuss
Get the look: “It’s all about that fresh-out-the-shower juicy skin effect,” lead makeup artist Gucci Westman said. “We’ve also used products where they are not necessarily traditionally used.” Example? Before she went in with foundation, Westman applied her Westman Atelier Lit Up Highlighter on top of the cheekbones and in the corner of the eyes. She also dusted her Westman Atelier Baby Cheeks in Petal below the cheekbone because “this area of the face is where you naturally flush the most after you’ve been active.”
If you buy one thing: Westman Atelier Lit Up Highlighter, $48
The vibe: Feline
Get the look: Sir John did a full face—glowing base, dramatic eyes—using Uoma Beauty products. He swept the denim blue Yemoja and LaSirene shadows across the lids, dragging the pigment outwards to create a wing. He kept the lips simple by using Uoma’s Beauty Badass Icon Matte Lipstick in Eartha.
If you buy one thing: Uoma Beauty Poise Black Magic Color Palette, $44
The vibe: 70s
Get the look: Daniel Sallstrom painted each model’s face with Pyer Moss’s signature colorful design aesthetic in mind. For this reddish look, Sallstrom blended Savage, a shimmery burnt coral red, and She Tore, a metallic fiery pink.
If you buy one thing: Uoma Beauty Savage Black Magic Color Palette, $44
The vibe: Abstract
Get the look: When thinking of the beauty for Jonathan Cohen’s collection, makeup artist Yuki Hayashi drew inspiration from abstract paintings. “With the painted pink eye, I imagined the model as an artist in her studio, smudging excess paint across her eyelids while she works, creating small gestural abstractions on her own face in addition to the canvas,” she said. Using his fingers, he swiped Inika Organic’s Loose Mineral Eyeshadow in Blue Cobalt, Yellow or Pink Cream (shown here), on the model’s eyelids.
If you buy one thing: Inika Organic’s Certified Organic Liquid Foundation, $49
The vibe: Painterly lids
Get the look: Lead makeup artist Erin Parsons used her fingertips to massage in Maybelline’s Fit Me Dewy + Smooth Foundation into the skin with her fingertips and spot treated with the Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Concealer. She gave models a subtle flush by applying Cheek Heat blush in Berry Flam.
For the eyes, she applied the Urban Light City Kits All-In-One Eye + Cheek Paletteall over the lids first, then went in and highlighted the inner corners of the eyes with a pink shadow
If you buy one thing: Maybelline New York The City Kits All-in-One Eye & Cheek Palette in Urban Light, $5
Source from: ELLE