5 Bridal-Worthy Makeup Looks From New York Fashion Week's Spring 2018 Runways

Hint: Our favorite involves Something Blue

Updated 09/13/17


Statement-making beauty looks on the New York Fashion Week runways are expected, but seeing five bridal-worthy makeup looks pop up for Spring 2018 was a treat this season. From gorgeous, luminous skin to rosy lips and a classic feline flick, the makeup backstage did not disappoint and we're ready to borrow some inspiration. Among our favorites: Something Blue, which made its way into one beautiful makeup looks, natch. We rounded up the head-turning maquillage to serve as your own wedding day makeup inspiration below, and trust us, you won't be let down.

Victoria Beckham


The Look: Soft, neutral lips and barely-there makeup. Models wore a light layer of Beckham's namesake lipstick from her Estee Lauder collection which was slightly blotted off to complete the ultimate no makeup makeup look.

Oscar De La Renta


The Look: Luminescent skin paired with Something Blue. Makeup veteran Tom Pecheux called the look "Minimal Art," using MAC Studio Water Weight Foundation ($35) to achieve a glowy complexion and Roller Wheel Liquid Liner ($21) to create a feline flick which he then accentuated with pastel pigment. Our favorite, of course, was the pale blue shade that accented the wing, and can serve as a bride-to-be's Something Blue.

Derek Lam


The Look: Radiant skin and rosy lips. The light-reflecting luster from the glossy lids paired with petal-pink lips made lent this look a feminine vibe for the modern bride. It's also a pretty look anyone can take from the spring 2018 runway to real life for almost any occasion.

Prabal Gurung


The Look: Polished and minimalist. Models at Prabal Gurung sported slicked-back ponytails, but the bare and beautiful makeup allowed mascara-coated lashes to stand out. This look is perfect for the bride having an outdoor ceremony or one who is choosing to go sans makeup.

Brock Collection


The Look: Undone glamour. Makeup artist Gucci Westman masterfully mixed various pigments to create the gleaming fuschia-pink eyeshadow she swept over models' lids. The bronzed lids were topped off with a kohl liner along the lashline, which she smudged to create a lived-in look.

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