London Fashion Week:
Backstage Beauty Spring 2014

It’s time to draw a line at London Fashion Week and sum up all those gorgeous beauty trends we’ve seen on the catwalk and backstage. From natural looks to theatric and bold faces, we’ve gathered all so you can have your pick.

House of Holland SS14

As hairstylist Adam Reed put it, “the Henry Holland girl is about sophisticated street this season.” The looks were bold with a subtle '50s vibe resulting in slick but not wet hair while the makeup was focused on strong raspberry lips, coupled with bold powdered brow.

Giles SS14

Giles Spring 2014 show brought to us the matte finish and mussed-up plaits and the “no makeup” makeup looks. Makeup artist Lucia Pieroni created the flawless beauty looks, focusing on the cheekbones by adding a touch of pink and shine. The lips were kept in a similar note, adding just a small amount of a rosebud lip shade.

Jonathan Saunders SS14

The idea behind the looks Lucia Pieroni created for Jonathan Saunders was that the models to appear as if they had spent their night clubbing and woke up with their makeup still on.  To achieve that, she used MAC Eye Kohl applied closely rimmed the eyes, then worked out the MAC Blacktrack Fluidline into the roots of the lashes. 

Mary Katrantzou SS14

The idea behind Mary Katrantzou SS14 show: "It's just a super-fabulous finish, and it's very Mary," says makeup artist Val Garland. She used MAC lip stains to create a soft red lip while working on create flawless complexions using MAC Mineralize Foundation.

Sister by Sibling SS14

Make-up artist Miranda Joyce – MAC Cosmetics -  was the one behind the strong graphic eyes. The bold cat eyes were inspired by the1950s, using a lot of mascara on the top lashes and white liner on the bottom.

“We kept the skin really natural and glowy to contrast the eyes. The cheeks look pinched and for the lips we used a lip pencil in burgundy and a balm on top from MAC’s SS14 New Groove eye palette.”