Fall 2018 runway beauty

Fashion month has kicked off and a few things are for sure: nail art isn’t going anywhere, athleisure continues to influence runway hair, lips are extreme (either deeply saturated shades or totally natural), and bold eyes are the beauty accessory of the season.

Highbrow Gym

There’s no one else to start with besides Tom Ford. His beauty products are the best and used to create all the looks for his shows. I’ve literally never tried anything that I don’t not only love but that also beats out pretty much all the competition. The eye is flawless (a perfect-for-winter combo of black and gray shadow and a touch of glitter…can’t wait for these shades to be out!) and I love the hair for some glam gym inspiration after a night out when there’s still hairspray in your hair and you have no time to wash it…

Next-Day Glam 

The undone/done look at Cushnie et Ochs is another great option for those days where you styled hair with lots of spray and don’t have time to wash it out before the next day. The New York runways had a number of side parts as well, something I’ve personally been into as of late. She has nothing to do with fashion, but Melissa Wood has gorgeous hair that she causally parts to the side and the looks has provided some Instagram hair inspo for me to veer from a center part.

Summer Heat/Frizz

I wore a look like this one from Ulla Johnson to film my wedding save-the-date video and it’s AMAZING for summer when it’s crazy hot and frizz is at its max. I filmed for a few hours in nearly 100 degrees and my hair looked just as good as it did in the morning. The texture is also nice for a next-day look. The one downside is that you end up spending awhile fishing for pins…


As mentioned, bold eyes were a big trend. If going in-your-face smokey or colorful isn’t your style the colorful wing at Tibi is a great day-to-night option (at least for a casual office…).

Images: WWD

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