NY Fashion Week: Backstage Beauty
At Spring/Summer 2014

Fashion Week is still rolling an when we are not drooling over those phenomenal catwalk collections, we can’t take our eyes from some of the beauty looks created by makeup and beauty artists for SS14. The teams of stylist couldn’t go unmentioned so here is our favorite looks so far from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014. From stamped-on lips at Altuzarra and Prabal Gurung to slicked-down hair at Helmut Lang, the catwalk was elegant, slick and fabulous. Take a look.

Oscar de la Renta SS14 Backstage Beauty

Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, focused on a soft, super-glossy peach lip complimented by a subtle plum eye for the Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer ’14 collection.

Prabal Gurung SS14 Backstage Beauty

The artist behind the Prabal Gurung SS14 looks is Charlotte Tilbury; the stylist create a flawless skin by using concealer on the lids, around the eyes, nose, and mouth. Then, applied MAC Mineralize Moisture Foundation all over the face and setted in with Prep + Prime Transparent CC Powder. Nothing was applied on the cheeks, brows, and lashes, while the lips were painted in a bright Pepto pink, acidic lilac, and bright orange with a kick of red.

J. Mendel SS14 Backstage Beauty

Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, kept it simple with glowing skin and a subtle glossy red lip to complement the beautiful textures in J. Mendel’s Spring/Summer ’14 collection.

Marchesa SS14 Backstage Beauty

Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, pairs naturally luminous skin with a subtle brown eye and deep purple on the lips for the Marchesa Spring/Summer '14 collection.

Jonathan Simkhai SS14 Backstage Beauty

Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman creates a simple, summery look for Jonathan Simkhai’s Spring/Summer ’14 Collection.

"It's all about fresh faced, dewy skin. I am really feeling the bronze and peach combination. The look isn't complicated” - Gucci Westman.

Altuzarra SS14 Backstage Beauty

Makeup artist Tom Pecheux focused on the classic matte red lip: a combo of MAC Red Lipmix topped with Pigment in Basic Red. The lids were kept simple and natural, wearing a Pure White Paint Stick color from the lash line to brow bone, setting the makeup with a powder shadow.