Next summer's big beauty trends
Here are the defining beauty and make-up trends from the spring/summer 2020 shows
As seen at: Jonathan Cohen, Anna Sui, Oscar de la Renta, Salvatore Ferragamo, Iceberg, Noir, Paula Knorr, Rixo.
The look: It’s the experimental make-up club where paint box, art-house shadows were strokes that lifted an otherwise nude face with graphic and surprisingly good impact.
The product: Lime Crime Venus II Eyeshadow Palette at Selfridges, £35
Super pigmented products to let you experiment in shades from bold mustard to cobalt blue.
The great multi-taskers
As seen at: Alberta Ferretti, Erdem, Gabriela Hearst, Haider Ackermann, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Proenza Schouler, Victoria Beckham.
The look: It’s the one-product-fits-all, where the same swipe of colour over lids, lips and cheeks looked very modern (and so easy for when you’re on the go).
The product: NudeStix Nudies All Over Face at Cult Beauty, £28
The ultimate multi-tasking stick in various nudes, browns, bronzes and pinks gives a radiant no-make-up glow.
Drawing the line
As seen at: Dolce & Gabbana, Blumarine, Altuzarra, Lanvin.
The look: Retro liner ruled at the big Italian houses, so channel your inner Marilyn or Audrey, invest in a decent product and get practising – this is precision cat's-eyes at its best.
The product: Huda Beauty’s new Life Liner duo Pencil & Liquid Liner at Harvey Nichols, £22
Super jet-black liner that comes double-ended so you can do precision ‘50s-esque ticks or smudgy rock ’n’ roll kohl.
As seen at: Giambattista Valli, Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs, Jeremy Scott, House of Holland, Area, Fendi, Anna Sui, Chromat, Ralph & Russo, Rixo
The look: Roll up, roll up, these are the beauty looks you’ll be sporting at next year's festivals – think beads, pearls, sparkles and Swarovski, pretty painting along with a new kind of flower power – real flowers adorned model’s faces, which metamorphosed into a beautiful butterfly effect.
The product: Face & Body Gems from Crystal Parade, £2.40