PFW SS18: Backstage Beauty

As we enter the final two days of Paris Fashion Week, we head backstage to relive some of the key beauty looks seen on the runways. From Parisian chic at Sonia Rykiel to standout swathes of colour at Talbot Runhof, here are six of our favourite hair and beauty looks. 

Talbot Runhof: M.A.C's Romero Jennings was the makeup artist behind the swathes of aqua blue liquid eyeshadow laced with glitter. Spidery mascara finished the look and Jennings opted for a nude matte lip to temper the dramatic eye makeup slightly.

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Talbot Runhof: M.A.C's Romero Jennings was the makeup artist behind the swathes of aqua blue liquid eyeshadow laced with glitter. Spidery mascara finished the look and Jennings opted for a nude matte lip to temper the dramatic eye makeup slightly.

Sonia Rykiel: There was a distinct Parisian vibe to the makeup at Sonia Rykiel. Diane Kendal used a bright red lip stain as her focal point which was complemented by softly bronzed cheeks and minimal mascara.

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Sonia Rykiel: There was a distinct Parisian vibe to the makeup at Sonia Rykiel. Diane Kendal used a bright red lip stain as her focal point which was complemented by softly bronzed cheeks and minimal mascara.

Rochas: Lucia Pierogi proved that less is more at Rochas by keeping faces make-up free and hand drawing on architectural sweeps of liquid eyeliner to frame the eye.

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Rochas: Lucia Pierogi proved that less is more at Rochas by keeping faces make-up free and hand drawing on architectural sweeps of liquid eyeliner to frame the eye.

Isabel Marant: Natural beauty reigned supreme at Isabel Marant. Hairstylist Damien Boissinot was responsible for the model's tousled tresses while Lisa Butler was the makeup artist behind the lightly bronzed complexions and brushed out brows.

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Isabel Marant: Natural beauty reigned supreme at Isabel Marant. Hairstylist Damien Boissinot was responsible for the model's tousled tresses while Lisa Butler was the makeup artist behind the lightly bronzed complexions and brushed out brows.

Loewe: Jonathan Anderson's travelling muse had her hair loosely pulled back with a leather ribbon. Styled by Redken's creative director Guido Palau, the look was simple, uncontrived and incredibly chic.

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Loewe: Jonathan Anderson's travelling muse had her hair loosely pulled back with a leather ribbon. Styled by Redken's creative director Guido Palau, the look was simple, uncontrived and incredibly chic.

Lanvin: Karim Rahman had an unexpected tool to help him create his graphic eye look at Lanvin. Rahman painted the ridges of a straw with black kohl and then imprinted this above eyelids for an exaggerated wing.

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Lanvin: Karim Rahman had an unexpected tool to help him create his graphic eye look at Lanvin. Rahman painted the ridges of a straw with black kohl and then imprinted this above eyelids for an exaggerated wing.