For Tom Ford, makeup artist Pat Montelongo took cues from the collection which featured glittering sleeves and dresses. Montelongo layered sparkles on top of heavy black shadow to create a rounded wing.
For Marc Jacobs, Diane Kendal wanted the focus to be on the eyes, lining them with inky black gel into a bold feline flick. The dramatic wing was complemented by bare skin and groomed brows.
For Phillip Plein, Yadim created several looks for the collection, from bright lips to bold cat eyes. The stand-out by far was the shimmery baby blue wash of color across the lids and winged out liner.
For the Fenty x Puma Collection, James Kaliardos reached for Rihanna's signature Fenty beauty line to create the otherworldly highlights. He swiped Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter across cheekbones and eyelids for a perfect glow.
For Delpozo 2018, Monica Marmo created this daring yet dreamy creamsicle look using orange (yes, orange) liner. To soften the look, Marmo dusted on shimmery coral shadow across the lids.
The fabrics and colors of the Brock 2018 collection inspired a new take on the smoky eye. Gucci Westman layered bronze, burgundy and chocolate pigments across the lids and finished the look with a pop of fuchsia shadow and kohl eyeliner. The eyes had a grungy, lived-in feel that was softer than traditional blacks and grays.
For Anna Sui's collection, makeup legend Pat McGrath took inspiration from the 60s' "Free Love" movement, complete with hand-painted flowers on cheeks. She drew a sleek silver line from brow bone to bottom lid. She kept the skin minimal and dewy.
For the Alexander Wang runway, colorist Josh Wood transformed model Stella Lucia's platinum locks to what is sure the be the most coveted color come Spring. The ultra-saturated rose quartz color was the star beauty look at the Alexander Wang show.