The autumn/winter 2018 runways may have thrown some major inspiration our way in the form of these incredible beauty trends, but throughout fashion month, there's been another place offering up some pretty special hair and makeup ideas: the street. As always, the world's biggest street style stars had us reevaluating our wardrobes and our approach to makeup. As the following street style beauty shots prove, there's so much fun to be had when it comes to experimenting with your beauty look.
If you're wondering how this showgoer managed to get her French plaits so neat, let us introduce you to our secret weapon: Redken Braid Aid (£12). Apply a 10p-size blob to hair pre-braiding, and then use a tiny amount to gloss over each section of the plait afterwards. Not only will they look neat at first knot, but they'll stay that way for longer too.
With her platinum braids pulled away from her face and twizzled atop her head, this fashion week guest understands how a lipstick can really anchor a face on full view. We're not sure the exact lipstick she used, but Nyx's Butter Gloss in Raspberry Tart (£6) is a pretty close match.
We're guessing that this swipe of cobalt blue is Aimee Song's way of willing on the summer. Fancy giving it a go? Scribble on Nars Larger Than Life Longwear Eyeliner in Khao San Road (£20) and use your forefinger to smudge it across the eyelid. Easy.
Like the celebrities who walked this year's Golden Globes Red carpet, Olivia Culpo knows that an ear tuck is the only way to show off those major earrings. And the soft Hollywood-style waves help too. Sculpt yours using Ghd's new Gold Styler (£139).
Red hair looks great against blue eyeliner, and in the case of Audrey Fleurot, it can make eyes look even brighter too. A more subdued shade than the one Aimee Song was wearing before, look for tones of midnight navy such as Chanel's Le Crayon Yeux in Blue Jean (£16).
Our lips have been so dry that we've been on a bit of a lipstick hiatus of late, but having seen Doina Ciobanu's peppy hot red, we're desperately trying to scrub off the dead skin of winter so we can give it a go ourselves. Try Dior's Rouge Dior Lipstick in Red Smile Satin (£25) or alternatively, pick from our list of the best red lipsticks.
Sometimes, all it takes is a little burnt-orange eye shadow to make you feel more put-together. Of course, Urban Decay's Naked Heat Palette (£40) has everything you need, but if you'd rather have a single shade, 3 Concept Eyes has some great slightly shimmery options.
We love how this showgoer has weaved honey-blonde strands into her braids. To keep plaits like these glossy, spritz a hair-hydrating spray such as Vernon François's Revamp Conditioner (£22) on.