Just a couple of weeks ago, the women's Fashion Week of the FW'21 season ended. If the clothes from the runways have not arrived at boutiques yet, then the mainstream haircuts and makeup can be repeated right now. In the selection of the Vremena Goda Galleries, you’ll find the options for styling and makeup straight from the runways. Let’s get inspired by fashion shows and adopt the latest beauty techniques.
Haircuts and hairstyles: naturalness rules
During the FW'21 fashion week, bangs could be seen at the Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani shows. The most relevant option is slightly long bangs with a straight cut. And the perfect combo is with a classic bob or long straight hair. Stylists suggest complementing such a hairstyle with a printed silk scarf, as Dior or with long accent earrings, as Chanel.
Straight hair and straight parting
This season, hair stylists have opted for naturalness. One of the main trends is straight hair of medium length with a straight parting. Such haircut does not require complex manipulations in front of a mirror, even the root volume is minimized. Curls can be combed behind the ears or be left on the face. You can complement the styling with a bezel, as Dior, or stylize with a hat - this technique was used at the Chanel show.
Smooth low ponytail
It is one of the simplest, but no less spectacular hairstyles in our selection. Ideal for both a casual look and an evening out. This season, hairstylists advise to make a parting or do without it. A ribbon or a tourniquet to mask the elastic at the base of the tail will be great to complete the look. Hermès looks, as well as the lookbooks of Stella McCartney and Burberry, are great sources of inspiration.
The most relevant option is a mini-bob - with a hair section up to the chin. You should not carefully style and straighten your hair, a negligent stowage is being in trend. Such haircuts have been seen at the shows of Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Chanel and Hermès. Another stylish trick worth taking is to comb hair back, like the models at the Salvatore Ferragamo show. Brunello Cucinelli suggests opting for a scruffy bob with bangs.
Makeup: smokey, art flicks and other trends
At several key shows of the FW'21 season, makeup artists focused on smokey ice in coal shades. The density can vary: from dramatic dark eyelids, like in Chanel, to light haze, like in the Giorgio Armani show. Peter Phillips, Dior's make up creative director, did not fill the black shadows in the center of the eyelid very tightly, and darkened the outer and inner corners. To prevent makeup overloading, the eyelashes were left without mascara.
Makeup artists showed a variety of flicks on the catwalks: from bright neon ones at Versace and David Koma to graphic ones at Valentino and massive shaded at Schiaparelli. If black flicks can still be left for the fall time, the pink ones, like Bella Hadid and Irina Shayk at the Donatella Versace show, are tempting to try out this spring.
"Naked" makeup is a never-losing popularity beauty trend. Makeup artists strive to emphasize natural beauty and enhance it using makeup tricks. The main thing here is well-groomed and moisturized skin. Makeup artists advise to apply a light tone, slightly emphasize the eyelashes and apply just a little bit of lip gloss.