In between the glitter-festooned eyes at Halpen, electric pink shades that adorned the cheeks and lips at Rodarte, and the extra-large pouffy up-dos at Chanel were the actually wearable looks of Spring/Summer 2019. Pared-back beauty took its form from head-to-toe — see five of our favourite beauty trends that took the runways of the season.

Graphic liner

At Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2019 show, Lucia Pica sent models down the runway with eyes blended in dark eyeshadows in a rounded shape, contrasted with a graphic liner drawn straight on the bottom lash line.  

(Photo credit: Dior)

At Dior, the focus was solely on the eyes with the graphic liner trend taking on a more subtle look. The cat eye flick is drawn only on the bottom lash line, and drawn upwards to create a wing.

 

Get the look:

 

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This Diorshow Kohl comes with a blending tip for a smokier, softer finish.
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Chanel Beauty Le Crayon Kohl glides on easily for easy application.
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Kat Von D Cake Pencil has a cream-to-powder texture with an intense pigment.
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This Diorshow Kohl comes with a blending tip for a smokier, softer finish.
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Chanel Beauty Le Crayon Kohl glides on easily for easy application.
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Kat Von D Cake Pencil has a cream-to-powder texture with an intense pigment.
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Glowing skin 

Glowing skin is all the rage this season, with models sporting dewy, radiant complexions and barely-there makeup. At Valentino, Pat McGrath went to two extremes: Models wore crystal-studded pigment on the eyes or nothing on their faces but a swirl of rose blush and a slick of balm. At Victoria Beckham, the designer matched the everyday looks of her collection with seemingly bare faces.

Get the look:

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Give your skin a flawlessly lit-from-within effect with Hourglass Cosmetics Ambient Lighting Edit - Volume 4 palette that features finishing powders to diffuse light and a blush for a luminous glow.
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This Tom Ford Beauty Traceless Stick Foundation offers sheer medium to full coverage, and leaves skin with a soft, matte finish.
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Wear this Tom Ford Skin Illuminator on its own, mixed with foundation or as a highlighter. Oil-free, it contains micronised pearls and diffuses light for a sun-kissed glow.
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Give your skin a flawlessly lit-from-within effect with Hourglass Cosmetics Ambient Lighting Edit - Volume 4 palette that features finishing powders to diffuse light and a blush for a luminous glow.
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This Tom Ford Beauty Traceless Stick Foundation offers sheer medium to full coverage, and leaves skin with a soft, matte finish.
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Wear this Tom Ford Skin Illuminator on its own, mixed with foundation or as a highlighter. Oil-free, it contains micronised pearls and diffuses light for a sun-kissed glow.
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Colourful eyeshadow 

(Photo credit: Taylor Jewell)

The time to be bold is now. Smokey eyes in chalky candy shades of orange and yellow debuted at Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2019 show.

(Photo credit: Daria Ritch)

Or, work your way up to the bolder, richer shades ala models at Rodarte. Blended softly with a brush, vibrant eye colours were inspired by Picasso portraits, and matched with statement lips.

Get the look:

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The Anastasia Beverly Hills palette features jewel tones and bright eye shadows.
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The Viseart Grande Pro Volume 2 palette has 30 shimmer, metallic and glitter eyeshadows.
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The Urban Decay Moondust palette isn't for the shy, as it contains eight sparkly, vibrant eyeshadows.
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The Anastasia Beverly Hills palette features jewel tones and bright eye shadows.
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The Viseart Grande Pro Volume 2 palette has 30 shimmer, metallic and glitter eyeshadows.
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The Urban Decay Moondust palette isn't for the shy, as it contains eight sparkly, vibrant eyeshadows.
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Slicked back hair

At Balmain, hairstylist Sam McKnight was inspired by photographer Helmut Newton. He described the “sculpted wet masculine” hair as “sexily androgynous, very Parisienne”.

To style, apply gel to the roots beginning at the nape of the neck and work up the head to the crown, combing roots flat as you go. Then, apply mousse from root to ends of hair, combing with a wide-toothed comb, keeping lift at the front and diffusing dry on high speed with low heat.

Get the look:

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Ouai's Soft Mousse fights frizz without the sticky residue.
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The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is the gateway to any hairstyle.
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Get that slick Don Draper look with this ultra lightweight pomade that keeps your strands in place all day.
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Ouai's Soft Mousse fights frizz without the sticky residue.
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The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is the gateway to any hairstyle.
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Get that slick Don Draper look with this ultra lightweight pomade that keeps your strands in place all day.
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Nude nails

Nude nails made a return to the runway. Subtle shades of beige and caramel made an appearance at Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and Proenza Schouler. To add dimension to the look, paint nails in a nude half moon, or add DIY graphics with a nail pen.

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For nude nails with a little shine. Marc Jacobs Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Lacquer
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The Chanel Le Vernis Particulere applies like a dream.
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Achieve soft, pastel nails with the Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in Sugar Dune
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For nude nails with a little shine. Marc Jacobs Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Lacquer
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The Chanel Le Vernis Particulere applies like a dream.
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Achieve soft, pastel nails with the Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in Sugar Dune
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