Hair & Beauty Tricks from Sydney Fashion Week
The Land Down Under is famous for its unique way of viewing fashion and all things chic, and this year’s Sydney Fashion week displayed all designer qualities Australia has to offer. Their innovative style transcended the limits of runways and has expanded to the streets as well, and Sydney visitors were in for quite a fashion treat both in and outside the show. Here are some top hair and beauty tricks from Sydney Fashion week to get you inspired.
The wet look
Wet look hair is still among the most popular hair trends right now, which the attendees of Sydney’s Fashion Week successfully showed. This hairstyle is frequently sported by many celebrities, including Kim Kardashian West and Bella Hadid and it gives you the opportunity to look both sassy and sleek. The wet look hair is fairly easy to create and within just a few steps you’ll achieve a sophisticated retro style with a touch of sexy.
The bold white
Sydney Fashion week certainly wasn’t lacking daring and provocative designs and one of them comes courtesy of makeup artist Napoleon Perdis. His beauty trick for designer Christopher Esber presented all-white color for the eyes teamed up with fabulous lashes for a bold look that didn’t go unnoticed.
The feline flick was a huge beauty trend in the sixties that survived the test of time and evolved into an essential part of a modern makeup repertoire. The sexy cat look was frequently seen on models at Sydney’s show, teamed up with nude and peach shades of lipstick to get all eyes on eyes. Alternatively, you can complete the alluring look with a false eyelashes or a deep red color for the lips or groom your eyebrows to make them appear as strong as your eyes are. This makeup trend has many versions, so pick the one that suits you best and elevate your style.
Loose waves that make a perfect hairstyle for a day at the beach stole the show at Sydney’s Fashion Week. This classic hair trend was presented by leading fashion labels like Ginger and Smart and Michael Lo Sordo, while The Romance Was Born went one step further and took us right back to the eighties with its voluminous curls, bold color mixture, glitter eye shadow and statement earrings. Zhivago also proudly displayed voluminous hairstyle reminiscent of the past eras. If you wish to get the look but lack natural volume, try out the immensely popular clip in hair extensions from Brisbane to play up your hairstyle.
The French-girl fringe
The French are well known for having impeccable taste when it comes to everything that’s beauty-related, and a French-girl fringe is another hot trend of the season. If you’re eager to get a new fancy haircut, then this is the style for you. Long fringes worn either across the forehead or slightly apart at the center are a key component of this style. They go well with long messy hair, but you can choose your own length and play around with colors.
Sydney Fashion week witnessed a number of creative and inspiring beauty looks, and one such was presented by Dyspnea. They opted for millennial pink, a pastel shade that’s less sugar-coated than regular pink and brings a certain dose of irony with itself. Dyspnea also decided to spice things up more when it comes to lip color and featured an upper lip in a lighter shade of pink while the lower lip displayed its darker, burgundy variant.
From white and pink shades to wet hair looks and loose waves, this Fashion week in Sydney went off with a bang. Use these tricks to style yourself like a pro.