4 NYFW Hair & Makeup Looks to Steal for Your Big Day

Hair & Beauty
New York Fashion Week Beauty

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In the whirlwind that was New York Fashion Week, we saw so many beautiful hair and makeup ideas. Here are four that would be gorgeous on your wedding day.

Naeem Khan: This red-carpet designer always sends a flurry of glamorous, beaded confections down the runway. This time, he offset the sparkle with a nonchalant, Lauren Bacall-inspired type of beauty. We love it all: the loose, center-parted waves, the glossy, bronze eyelids, the tawny cheeks, and the stained, plum lips. It's the perfect medium between no-makeup makeup and totally done.

Carolina Herrera: Ok, so an origami-esque hairstyle paired with bold lips isn't for everyone, but if you're the type of bride who wants to make a serious statement, this is it. So, what makes a dramatic style like this work? First, keep the rest of your makeup minimal — a wash of taupe eye shadow here and a coat of lengthening mascara there. Secondly, wear it with a classic gown — the personality of this look is all in the hair and makeup.

See more: Four Wedding-Ready Alternatives to a Smoky Eye

Oscar de la Renta: The best way to pull off a seriously sophisticated gown? Clean skin, bold brows, retro cat eyes — done. It's polished but still youthful, with the perfect amount of glamour. P.S.: Try pulling your hair into a sleek chignon. It's exactly the hairstyle needed to show off major earrings.

Delpozo: Notice anything different about this makeup? It's hard to see, but that flash of bright eye makeup actually contains the thinnest swipe of neon green eyeliner. Sounds scary, yes, but the effect is fresh, whimsical, and surprisingly, more subtle than black eyeliner. Pair it with rosy cheeks and lips, and a glossy low ponytail. This is how the cool girls will be doing bridal next spring — we're calling it now.

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