On Tuesday 31 October, the traditional Halloween party will be an opportunity to dress up in your best costume and put on make-up that can only be worn for this event.
From a gothic punk look to a moody doll style and an artistic beauty makeover, we take a look at five makeup looks from the ready-to-wear and haute couture catwalks of the world’s leading luxury fashion houses, all of which you’ll want to adopt in the next few days.
Alexander McQueen: the silver look
At the end of the 90s, the great couturier Alexander McQueen reigned supreme over the fashion world. Each of his fashion shows is eagerly awaited by the public and professionals alike, as his shows are truly artistic spectacles. And for the spring-summer 1997 collection, a pivotal year in the luxury world due to the emergence of new designers with unrivalled talent, the British fashion house scored a major coup.
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Inspired by the artist Hans Bellmer, known for his erotically reinvented dolls, Alexander McQueen unveiled sexy, sensual silhouettes. Some models were even encased in metal structures. While the models’ feet tread a catwalk covered in water, their faces never fail to capture the attention of onlookers. This silver work around the eyes remains a beauty benchmark to this day, and can easily be adapted to a couture version of Halloween makeup.
Rick Owens: face covered in silver or gold
For autumn-winter 2015-2016, designer Rick Owens is dressing his models’ faces in make-up that leaves no one indifferent. Gold or silver leaves cover the models’ entire heads, like a glamorous mask from another luxury galaxy. Although this make-up can be a pain to wear all evening, it’s sure to make an impact.
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