Rein­vent your look

> Th­ese are the top beauty trends to come out of Mi­lan Fash­ion Week

The Sun (Malaysia) - - BEAUTY -

MI­LAN Fash­ion Week brought a light­ning bolt of colour and fun to the Spring/ Sum­mer 2017 shows – a re­fresh­ing change af­ter the con­ser­va­tive and low-key ap­proach to the sea­son that we saw in New York.

All that glit­ters Glit­ter was a big hit on the run­way this sea­son, as fash­ion em­braced all things disco ball-coloured. Karl Lager­feld fed the trend for fun and games at Fendi, where Gigi Ha­did and the rest of the mod­els sported winged eye­liner and a glit­tery pout that re­sulted in a strik­ing, se­quin-like ef­fect. Glit­ter also fea­tured heav­ily in the Gi­amba show, where it was used to cre­ate float­ing brows. The trend was a lit­tle more wear­able at Ver­sace, where the in­ner eyes were the fo­cal point, thanks to a dab of iri­des­cent metal­lic shadow that wasn't ac­tu­ally glit­ter but still caught the light.

Teeny bop­per hair The play­ful vibe was car­ried over to the hair­styles too, with youth­ful and un­so­phis­ti­cated styles dom­i­nat­ing the shows. Minia­ture top knots made things in­ter­est­ing at Diesel Black Gold, while Fendi de­buted pig­tails and ruler-straight school­girl bangs and pas­tel hair shades kept things sweet at Er­manno Scervino.

A touch of the sur­real Of course, it wouldn't be fash­ion week with­out a few ex­treme looks. In ad­di­tion to Gi­amba's disco-ready float­ing brows, things took a turn for the sur­real at At­sushi Nakashima, where the mod­els sported painted-on mis­placed lips. Pris­matic eye shadow in bright hues made for a bold look at Ci­vi­dini, while ex­ag­ger­ated wigs played with pro­por­tions at Gucci. – AFP Re­laxnews

Fendi. Ver­sace.

Gucci. At­sushi Nakashima.

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