Make-up looks which are used on the catwalks as well as for the fashion industry are always dramatic and are not usually suitable for everyday life. Here are a few of the make-up looks from the fashion weeks which I found more suitable for everyday use or for that special occasion. Learn how to recreate these looks at home with just a few products.

Having a bare face or using minimal make-up is totally the kind of makeup to wear when you wake up late or after a party night. This kind of makeup is the easiest to manage. All you need to achieve this no make-up look is a light coverage BB cream and a spooly to brush your eyebrows. You can also apply some transparent lip balm and you’re good to go. Easy isn’t it?


Marc Jacobs – Giambattista Valli – Chloe

Red lips are a statement you can wear with anything else you want. Smoky eyes, bare eyes, and mascara. Every make-up will look gorgeous with a red lip! And there’s a ton of shades in the red options. You can wear it darker, on the orangey side, with a lip pencil or not, just play and discover what looks best on you, you can’t go wrong, anyway.


Zac Posen – Tania Taylor – Dolce Gabbana

The black, smoky eye is the perfect option for a night out. It will make you look more feminine, more self-confident, but it’s not the only option you have. Why not wear a purple, blue or grey smoky eye during the day? All you have to do is to put the lightest colour, shimmery or not, in the inner corner of the eye and extend it to the middle of your eyelid. Use the darkest colour, shimmery or not, in the outer corner and make sure to blend everything with a matte transition shade. For more definition, line the bottom of your eyes with the same darkest colour. Don’t worry, practice makes perfect!


Roberto Cavalli – Chanel

This summer colours will pop! We all know the traditional black winged liner, which we all have so much trouble with. This spring and summer it’s all over! Take you perfect coloured eyeliner and rock the cat eye. It doesn’t have to be perfect and if you really mess it up, then grab a tiny brush or cotton stick and smudge it. It will look even better! All shades are possible but if you have blue eyes, choose paler colour, such as baby pink or light blue. If you have green eyes, purples and plums will look fantastic on you. And if you have brown eyes, choose gold, greens and deeper colours, such as navy, browns and so on.


Dior – Fendi – Honor