Guest Post: 4 Runway Makeup Trends That Are Perfect For The Summer
When I was a little girl, I loved reading my fashion magazines. I oohâ€™ed and ahhâ€™ed looking at countless campaigns of Chanel, Alexander McQueen, and Fendi before thinking about how the garments that were once on the runways shortly found themselves on pretty much anyone who had access to a Forever 21.
Runway Makeup Trends Perfect For Summer
As I got older, the more I realized thatâ€™s thereâ€™s more to fashion than the glitz and glamour of handmade couture gowns and their equally impressive accessories. The makeup is just as influential, too. Here are four ways runway makeup influenced this summerâ€™s hottest makeup trends.
It might be time to put away your nude palettes because colors are officially in. Whatâ€™s so great about this trend is how imaginative and creative you can be with it thanks to designers like Victoria Beckham and labels like Max Mara.
Less is more, is what someone once said, and theyâ€™re right. From Pradaâ€™s glossy and healthy skin to popping highlighting at Lanvin, becoming (and looking) natural has never looked so good.
Admittedly, bold lips have been in trend for a while now, especially last year in the fall/winter, but itâ€™s taken a more vibrant approach this spring and summer. From peachy orange at Versus to color blocking at Cushnie et Ochsâ€™ Spring 2017 collection, itâ€™s proven that itâ€™s here to stay thanks to its bright pops of color.
Whether you decide to go all out (and I mean up to your temples like Kenzo did this year) or keep it to a minimum like Chanel, blush is the perfect way to have that rosy glow without having to go outside.
Bio: Chrissy Baclagan is the style and lifestyle blogger behind the award-winning blog, The Chrissy Collective, where style meets life. Born in Hong Kong, her nomadic spirit brought her to San Diego, CA. Through her blog, she hopes to inspire her readers to embrace their inner selves while discovering who they are through fashion. She someday hopes to create a styling business to help others feel confident and on-trend at the same time, but for now, a styling basics book is currently in the works.