Makeup | The Instagrams You Need to Follow for New York Fashion Week
  • Gucci Westman, Revlon Global Artistic Director, works quite a few shows during fashion week and catches all the behind-the-scenes action – but mostly, the gorgeous final results. Plus, you'll see plenty of glimpses of upcoming product launches!

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  • Bumble and bumble salon has a bevy of hairstylists on hand backstage at the shows, capturing tons of the looks that are created throughout the season. 

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  • The nail brand CND is backstage with their team of manicurists painting everything from simple, glossy manicures to intricate nail art – and capturing each look to inspire us along the way. 

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  • Essie also takes over fashion week, working on a variety of different shows and showcasing those looks on Instagram as they happen. 

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  • Katie Jane Hughes, the Global Colour Ambassador for Butter London, captures each crazy moment backstage (they'll be doing nails and makeup this season!) as well as her own personal beauty looks for the day. 

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  • Another brand with a huge presence at fashion week is Maybelline, with pros like Charlotte Willer whipping up gorgeous looks. The brand gives you of-the-minute access to the looks being created (and fabulous model pictures) before anyone else.  

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  • NARS is of course backstage for some of the most sought-after fashion shows (such as Marc Jacobs) and you can get an up close and personal look at all of the beauty through their Instagram. 

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  • One of the leading hair care brands at fashion week, Redken captures the work of hair legend Guido Palau as he creates masterpieces from New York through Paris. 

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  • Nail artist (and makeup artist) for MAC Cosmetics, Keri Blair, not only showcases the final looks of her creations, but also what goes into making them – and every beauty guru can appreciate that. 

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  • Jin Soon Choi may have just recently launched her namesake nail line, but it already has a cult following in the beauty industry. She'll be working with her own brand and Sally Hansen backstage this season, and we can't wait to see what she comes up with – like the triangle nail art pictured above from Prabal Gurung last season, that was an instant hit. 

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The Instagrams You Need to Follow for New York Fashion Week




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