MakeupNew York Fashion Week Beauty Trends You Can Wear Right Now
  • Take a look at the beauty trends taking over the Fall 2013 runways.

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  • Bold Lips: At Diane von Furstenberg, James Karliardos for MAC Cosmetics used Process Magenta Chromagraphic Pencil to get lips that were the "life of the party."

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  • Bold lips at Vivienne Tam complimented the collection's "Hong Kong Gothic" inspiration. 

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  • Channeling a femme fatale full of drama, Badgley Mischka's bold lip mirrored the structured tailoring of the clothing. 

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  • Braids: A loose, braided updo at Alice + Olivia was inspired by Renaissance romance and finished off with a crimson lip. 

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  • At Alexandre Herchcovitch, braids were kept close to the head while half of the hair was kept free for a loose, side flow. 

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  • For the Christian Siriano show, Antoinette Beenders for Aveda created an intricate fishtail braid updo. 

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  • Low Ponytails: Jeremy Laing kept the low ponytail straight and loose with flyaways. 

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  • The low ponytail at Milly by Michelle Smith is entirely wearable. 

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  • Suno's collection was all about powerful armor, and a low ponytail is a statement of strength for women. 

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  • Matte Makeup: Kenneth Cole's matte lips were a standout statement on an otherwise colorless look. 

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  • Nicole Miller kept makeup matte and neutral for a naturally beautiful look. 

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  • Costello Tagliapietra's tomato red matte lips were the focal point of the face. 

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  • No Mascara: Diane Von Furstenberg's bold lips were offset by no mascara and effortlessly beautiful hair. 

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  • Ohne Titel's look went with no mascara and kept strands sleek. 

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  • Richard Chai's look created by James Kaliardos for Maybelline was an edgy, taupe eye, sans mascara. 

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  • Side Parts: At Rag & Bone, hairstylist Guido Palau for Redken centered the look around being undone and boyish, but with an Edie Sedgwick feel. 

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  • Sophie Theallet's side part was inspired by the fashion girl who loves to travel, styled by Peter Grey for Cutler. 

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  • Charlotte Ronson went for a mod look, pairing a side part with a cat eye and a nude lip. 

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  • Sleek, Straight Hair: DKNY's American look was straight strands and neutral makeup. 

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  • Catherine Malandrino's sleek locks were offset by bold brows. 

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  • At VPL, the sleek hair was kept entirely to one side and slicked down to the head on the other side. 

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  • Statement Eyes: Libertine's dark, dramatic eyes were balanced out by a nude lip and loose hair. 

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  • Rag & Bone's floating eyeliner was created by Gucci Westman for Revlon, intended to be "clean, simple and something that every girl can do." 

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  • Thakoon's deep, shimmery eyes by Diane Kendal for NARS Cosmetics were inspired by starry, summery nights. 

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  • Thick Cat Eyes: Anna Sui's thick, black liner brought just the right amount of fierce drama. 

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  • Jason Wu's matte purple cat eye created by Diane Kendal for Lancome was vibrant and we love that it can be translated into multiple colors depending on your mood. 

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  • At Jung Wan, the extreme cat eyes extended just about to the temples, making for a huge impact. 

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  • Twists: Monique Lhuillier's twisted updo was incredibly artistic. 

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  • The look at Zuhair Murad was ornate and intricate, adorned with golden leaves for a Grecian feel. 

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  • Elie Saab's twisted hair was kept to one side, close to the head. 

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  • Voluminous Hair: Inspired by '70s disco glam, Tommy Buckett for Garnier Fructis set hair in large rollers and then backcombed for major volume at Kate Spade

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  • Lela Rose stacked on the volume and left hair as the focus of the beauty look with an almost bare face. 

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  • Fusing uptown and downtown, Guido Palau for Redken curled hair and brushed out for mega volume for the Marc by Marc Jacobs show

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