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Beauty Trends From the Menswear Shows in London, Milan and Paris

Fashion industry putting their spin on beauty and hair trends for the upcoming season.

AFP Relaxnews

Updated:June 27, 2018, 4:08 PM IST
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Beauty Trends From the Menswear Shows in London, Milan and Paris
(Photo: Models present creations by designer Kim Jones for Dior Homme collection as part of their Spring/Summer 2019 collection show during Men's Fashion Week in Paris/ Reuters)
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The Spring/Summer 2019 menswear shows have shimmied their way through London, Milan and Paris over the past few weeks, with some of the biggest names in the fashion industry putting their spin on beauty and hair trends for the upcoming season.

Rainbow hair

The catwalks were full of bright, vibrant hair colors, from bleach blonde cropped styles at Frankie Morello in Milan, to the metallic silver wigs seen at the "Man" show in London. Maison Margiela spray painted the hair every color from gold to royal blue in Paris, while Facetasm opted for fluffy hairpieces in more muted tones.

Lashings of liner

The natural beauty look remained a key trend during the Spring/Summer 2019 shows, but eyeliner made a dramatic appearance on more than one occasion. Paul Smith kepth things grungy and a little smudged, while Maison Margiela opted for a winged flick, and a razor-sharp look made for a polished vibe at GMBH.

A theatrical touch

Of course, it wouldn't be fashion without a dash of the theatrical, and this season didn't disappoint. Rick Owens took an abstract approach to catwalk beauty, covering some of his models' faces with embellished stockings that doubled up as striking masked accessories, while face paint was the main makeup tool used at Walter Van Beirendonck's show. Chinese designer Xander Zhou teamed his futuristic collection with kooky, sculpted hair pieces, unconventional facial accessories and angular sunglasses.

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