The Top 5 Beauty Trends from Milan Fashion Week

Tangerine Blush

Alberta Ferretti | Sportmax | Salvatore Ferragamo

Orange Blush +15% to LY

The beauty teams backstage in Italy took the fresh and healthy look to the next level with tangerine blush. At Alberta Ferretti, makeup artist Diane Kendal applied tangerine blush over a dewy complexion for a sunkissed appearance.

Statement Lip

Ricostru | Max Mara | Dolce & Gabbana

Red Lipstick -13% to LY

As seen on the runways of Max Mara, Dolce & Gabbana, and Ricostru, statement red lips were everywhere in Milan. At Max Mara, various shades of red, from oxblood to crimson, depending on each model’s skin tone.

Wet Look

Sportmax | Emporio Armani | Versace

Wet Look -2% to LY

There were quite literal interpretations of the fresh-out-of-the-shower wet look at Versace, Shuting Qui, and Sportmax. Elsewhere, there were sleek and more subtle iterations, as seen at Ports 1961 and Giorgio Armani. To get the look, hairstylists recommend using a generous amount of gel or wax to ensure the wet look lasts all day.

Uplifting Nail Polish

Daniela Gregis | Dolce & Gabbana | Fendi

Yellow Nail Polish -27% to LY

Pink Nail Polish -5% to LY

Blue Nail Polish -5% to LY

After an overwhelming number of bare and opaque nails in New York and London, Milan brought out a rainbow of uplifting hues, from light blue to yellow to hot pink.

Back to the Basics

Max Mara | Simona Marziali | Tod’s

Natural Complexion +2% to LY

Bob Hairstyles -12% to LY

Perhaps the most practical and prominent makeup look of the season thus far, bare skin continued its takeover in Milan. At Max Mara, bare skin served as a canvas for statement lips, while Salvatore Ferragamo, Tod’s, and Boss kept the entire look natural.



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