Fall 2017 Eye Makeup Trends Straight From The Runway

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Fall 2017 Eye Makeup Trends Straight From The Runway

Kimberly Jesika and Valeria Arizzi had an awesome opportunity to chat it up about the latest eye make up trends of 2017.

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Get ready for a juicy recap of all the eye makeup trends Winter 2017.

Yes, there is something for all tastes.
Because every woman is unique and must be able to have the tools to feel beautiful and fashionable.

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The dominant tone of the eyes Winter 2017 Makeup is undoubtedly the copper. A veil of eyeshadow just mentioned, as natural as possible. However, enough to make it clear that you are rigged. This trend is loved for its versatility. You can show off  copper lids color both day and night. Alexander Wang, Noon by Noor and Leanne Marshall are just some of the designers who have adopted this look.

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Whether it’s eyeliner or eye shadow, between the eyes Winter 2017 makeup trends is no shortage of proposals technicolor. The idea of colored eyelids is associated primarily to the spring-summer. However, if you think about a colorful makeup it is what it takes to give vitality to a winter outfit. The teal eyes of Mara Hoffman were greatly appreciated. Also Noon by Noor and Milly have proposed rainbow eyes. The fabulous aquamarine eyeliner used by Jeremy Scott and colored in general. In green, pink and purple for Fendi – like the wings of a butterfly, or yellow and green water. I’m Isola Marras.

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The glitter, big fashion trend of the season, can not be lacking in our palette of eye shadows! We saw them just mentioned by Tommy Hilfiger and Opening Ceremony, they did sparkle eyes of the models of Marc Jacobs. Giambattista Valli instead used eyebrows on them.

Even black is king among the trends eye makeup Winter 2017. From the make-up graph, or line with eyeliner marked and well defined. Oscar from la Renta saw impeccable graphic elements in black. From Public School Punk eyelids. To Altuzarra graphic lines obsidian combined with a bob hair do, its super feminine.

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To play with your eye makeup winter 2017 do not forget to use the eyeliner. Garish colors, special graphic elements and cat-eyes taken to the extreme. Like triangles designed by Pamella Roland, or overlapping lines-blue water by Jeremy Scott. Marc Jacobs has chosen a full gothic look with eyeliner and eyebrows on multiple lines, combined with black lips and ivory complexion. Even Elie Saab and Kenzo have played a lot with graphic liner, use your face as a canvas. seductive look.

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The smokey eye makeup is always synonymous with seduction.

The fashion trends of the season have seen an evolution of the smokey eye with the lower rim of the eye more pronounced and “smeared”.

By Tadashi Shoji, Leanne Marshall and Diane Von Furstenberg we saw the smokey makeup on the lower rim of the eye.  Chanel has created a smokey chart that covers the entire upper eyelid. Givenchy has extended wings with smokey eye with oxygenated eyebrows to reshape the facial features.

Much too smokey from Chloe and Dsquared2.

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When the eyes are in focus, the eyelashes have a key role. Even without eye shadow, long and thick eyelashes, or a colored mascara they will not go unnoticed! We saw them from Anna Sui, Paul & Joe and Emporio Armani.

To the naked eye.

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For those who prefer a look of “soap and water” is the no-make-up make-up. Eyes without makeup on a bare complexion and lips natural.
We saw it on the models by Gabriele Colangelo, Miu Miu, Reem Acra and Balmain. From Louis Vuitton Instead eyes without makeup emphasize cherry red lips, while Prada lips are iridescent red and Marni in the Gothic style.

Image credits: Vogue and livingly

Enough to have fun huh? What eye makeup do you choose for this holiday season?

See you soon! Valeria, Coco et La Vie en Rose Fashion & Beauty & Kimberly Jesika, Beauty Reporters Signing off!

Guest Post by Kimberly Jesika

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