Nine Extroverted Beauty Looks From Paris Fashion Week

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We are always on the lookout for emerging beauty trends and new techniques, with some of the most inspirational looks coming courtesy of fashion month. At Paris Fashion Week, makeup artists held nothing back, serving some of the most exciting makeup looks of the month. Though not particularly replicable – unless you want to make like Coperni and sacrifice your brow hairs – the whimsy is sure to inspire. Here, MOJEH rounds-up extroverted beauty trends from Paris Fashion Week.


Dior Makeup Creative and Image Director Peter Philips offers an option for those looking to experiment with colour; apply neon pink shadow to the inner third of the lid and corner of the eye, leaving the rest of the face bare. The playful colour pop packs enough punch to make a statement without going too over-the-top, however opt for a shimmery bronze or a pastel hue if you would rather take a toned-down approach.


Makeup artist Lucy Bridge went all-out vixen for the Mugler AW24 show during Paris Fashion Week, sweeping scarlet shadow under the lower lash line, to the brow bone and kissing the temple. The look was made all the more dramatic with bleached brows, though we won’t blame you for skipping that part for day-to-day wear.

Dries Van Noten

Deviating from the stereotypical brick and blush, Dries Van Noten painted models’ lips with unconventional shades of yellow, taupe and purple to complement a collection of colours. Not only saving the avant-garde for lips, hair was playful with cheekbone-length fringes covering models’ eyes – rather fitting, considering the collection is called ‘The Woman Who Dares To Cut Her Own Fringe.’


There is nothing quite like a fresh manicure; whether typing or turning on the light switch, we find ourselves unable to look away from our nails after getting a new set. Off-White kept its beauty look pared-back for the runway, opting to ramp up the drama through colourful talons instead.


The root of beauty is self-expression, whether that be through statement makeup or experimental hairstyles. Rokh showcased the latter for its autumn/winter 2024 show, styling slicked-back hair with tendrils plastered to models’ faces.


Bleached brows have appeared on multiple catwalks this fashion month, including Richard Quinn, Erdem and Del Core. In Paris, Coperni reinforced the trend – no matter barely there or bushy, no models were exempt from makeup artist Fare Homidi.


Remember the early aughts, when every boyband member boasted frosted tips? Loewe brings back the nostalgia, but in a Jonathan Anderson-approved way, infusing acid brights into the fringes of bowl cuts.


Grunge is well and truly back. Looking for something more daring than a smokey eye? Valentino matched its dark-and-stormy collection with equally mysterious makeup, lacquering lips in a high-shine black shade.

Ann Demeulemeester

Bedhead, but make it fashion (week). Ann Demeulemeester channeled punk-rock goddess with a collection of worn-in leather, lace and outerwear with shaggy shearling. In-keeping with the scruffy undertone, hair was styled to appear haphazard, complete with flyaways, frizz and a hairband clinging on for dear life.

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