The must-see beauty looks from the spring 2018 couture shows part II

From the runway couture to its beauty, it was cyber-inspired psychedelia at Maison Margiela where iridescent cutouts and glitter gave models a robotic look.

Headpieces were seen on the runways of many of the couture shows, but none quite as over-the-top as the ostrich feather ones Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli showed – I could totally see slightly smaller versions of these at the royal wedding.

Under the massive plumage was relatively restrained hair with a colorful, cat eye. Boldly colored liner – above and/or below the eyes – are a another running trend this season.

Another example – it was all about the eyes at Viktor & Rolf.

Ditto at Armani Prive.

Jean Paul Gaultier’s collection was a dizzying blend of 40s, 60s, power-suit 80s, and futuristic geisha, and his beauty looks immaculately reflected it.

A bejeweled and feathered collection from head to toe…can someone please wear one of these stunning head coverings to the Oscars!?

As we already saw, the running trend this season is bold eyes, but Alexis Mabille flipped the script and instead focused on strong cheekbones and lips.

To go with her beautifully tailored collection, Clare Waight Keller kept the beauty look understated and slightly man-ish at Givenchy.

Could anyone else picture Rihanna in this head-to-toe look?

Images: Vogue

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