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The best place to spot upcoming trends is the catwalk. Go close-up on autumn/winter 2015's hair and makeup backstage.
Pat McGrath created a darkly romantic beauty look, with stained lips, pink eyes and gold lashes coated in white mascara. The hair was done by Guido Palau in a cloud-like shape.
The looks at Chanel were divided into boys and girls. For the make-up, Tom Pecheux gave the "girls" heavy cat-eye looks in matt shadow, complemented by pink-stained lips. The "boys" had heavy grey shadow applied into the inner corners of the eyes and diffused across the lids and brows.
The models had doll-like lashes created by Val Garland with lots of mascara, while the hair was styled in loose, natural waves and tucked into models' collars.
This show had an array of healthy, flushed looks with just a touch of colour on the lips. The hair was styled in gentle natural-looking waves.
Christian Dior used colour-blocked eye looks in magenta, purple, blue or khaki.
The looks at Balmain was minimal and natural, with focus on brows and lashes. The hair straight and sleek with a deep side parting.
Dolce & Gabbana
The Dolce & Gabbana looks are always timeless and this time the looks created by Pat McGrath were flawless skin with feline eyeliner flicks.
Petros Petrohilos created sensual wet looks, completed by smudgy black and silver liner beneath the eyes. The beachy waves were created by scrunching hair with salt spray for texture.
The make-up at MaxMara was inspired by Marilyn Monroe photographs: pink lipstick, flawless skin, black eyeliner and curly locks.
Models sported glued strings of tiny Swarovski crystals on the lower lash lines with mascara on the top lashes. The hair was styled in natural waves.
Diane von Furstenberg
The focus at Diane von Furstenberg were sultry smoky eyes, with subtle contoured skin and groomed brows.
The looks at Altuzarra were created using grey and copper cream eyeshadow. The hair was pinned into flat, messy up-dos.