New York Fashion Week: Spring 2015 Beauty Trends

My recap of New York Fashion Week has left my mouth jaw-dropped with all the super gorge hair and makeup! Today, I’m going to be focusing on Makeup Makeup Makeup!!! I was amazed and inspired by what’s to come this spring in all things beauty!!! Here is what I scoped out for you to look forward to, and to pull together for your own spring, beauty arsenal!

Words like, Subtle, Retro-Inspired, Soft and Chic, Futuristic, Ultra Feminine, Romanic, Perfectly Balanced, Smoky Brown, Minimalist and Abstract ALL come to mind when I look back and reflect on the mind-blowing makeup I was able to witness!

So, let’s start things off with a bold kick, shall we? Honor sent models down the runway with edgy and unforgettable Cat Eyes in a rich teal shade. This is a summer trend that will be all the rage. Try it yourself this spring, but maybe make it relatable by using a soft teal or navy blue liner, and perhaps try a slimmer, more conservative lined approach at first, if this is way out of your comfort zone! Keep everything else to a minimum; glowing skin and a fresh, nude lip is all that’s needed to pair with those gorge, striking eyes….

Honor Spring 2015

teal eye liner Honor

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Peter Som Spring 2015

Peter Som did something similar, but with a high-gloss lid, and a bold, poppy-red eyeliner smudged underneath. Again, fresh, glowing skin, and a nude lip pairs perfectly with this ultra-mod spring look.

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Calvin Klein, Jill Stuart , Carmen Marc Valvo, and Tadashi Shoji are just a few of the many designers that showed us the ever so subtle, soft, and chic look! This will be my prediction as our trendiest, street-style beauty look for spring! This is very easy to recreate on your own; I will definitely be pulling this out of my makeup bag, and dabbing onto my clients faces this spring! I CANNOT WAIT! Hurry up, spring!

Carmen Marc Valvo models were seen wearing this soft and chic feminine look, where an eye-catching white highlight was swept across the lid, and paired with a rich, strawberry lip. And take a peek at those nails! Matte black with a thin, curved, metallic-silver base. I die.

Carmen Marc Valvo Spring 2015


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Calvin Klein gave us the ever so simple fresh face. To get this look, CK’s makeup artist dusted a sheer bronze shadow across the top and bottom lash line to give the models faces a sculpted, light, and airy glow!

Calvin Klein Spring 2015


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Lastly, I can’t leave out the ever-so-amazing 60’s mod-inspired makeup that was channeled by so many designers this year! Diane von Fürstenberg was inspired by the French Riviera during the 50’s and 60’s when it was frequented by celebs, such as Brigitte Bardot. Her makeup Artist, Pat McGrath lined the eyes with kohl pencil to achieve this look, and then blended it a bit with a mix of dark brown shadows to create a slightly smudgy, “slept-in smokey eye.” McGrath “didn’t want it to look retro, so [she] didn’t wing it out at all” ( Gorgeous!!

Diane von Fürstenberg Spring 2015

60s makeup

There you have it! I’m looking forward to showing you how to recreate these marvelous works of beauty art this coming spring! My mind is blown, and I’m altogether inspired by the experience I had this year at NYFW with Style Me Perfect!

Here are some snaps of me with my SMP Team while there! All photos are by Bella Rose Photography.

Day 1 MBFW What We Wore 13NYFW Day 2 7trio

It truly was a dream, spent with a Dream Team. Can’t wait to do it, again!!

xo -Tricia

SMP Lead Beauty Stylist

Tricia Gulikers is SMP’s Lead Beauty Stylist, and is a full-time, professional Makeup Artist + Hair Stylist. She offers in-person services via her own website, Tricia H Coble, as well as at Euphoria Salon & Spa, and travels frequently for shoots and special events. If you would like Tricia to help you create and achieve a fresh beauty look online, we can easily get you all set-up with her via our SMP Beauty Package. Have a beauty-full day!



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