It’s just been a few days since the 30th edition of the Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018 wrapped up. The runway looks have been all the #StyleInspo we need for the upcoming season, but we’re also massively crushing over a few beauty looks. Scroll on to see a round-up of all the stunning beauty and hair looks from this fashion week.
Sharp and graphic liner
While soft, smudgy liner bring out our eyes far better than hard lines, there’s something about a razor-sharp winged liner that makes us go weak in the knees. The sharp eyeliner from the Abraham & Thakore show and the graphic eyeliner from Ashish Soni’s collection get a thumbs-up.
Be it the wash of orange over the eyelids with white on the waterline for Payal Jain’s collection (aptly named Jalpari), or the all-out yellow shadow paired with flicked eyeliner and a bold white bindi from the Nida Mahmood show, one thing for certain; bright colours scream spring. Ambika Pillai, who created the look for the Payal Jain show, advises keeping the rest of your look muted and sticking to monochromatic colours when using bright shades. Feeling adventurous? Use a bright orange as a blush instead, just like the models from the Shivan & Narresh show.
Metallic and pastel
Who would have thought that mixing metallic gold with baby blue and a cool-toned pink would look so stunning? And yet, models at the Rimzim Dadu show pulled it off with such conviction. We’ve got to admit that nothing looked more spring than the combination of metallic gold eyeshadow with pink and blue accents.
Slaying with baby hair
If you have a halo around your hairline thanks to all the baby hair, take inspiration from the models at the Archana Rao and Anupama Dayal show. Who could have ever thought that one can even make a statement with them!?
While spring in our tropical clime rules out the possibility of leaving hair loose, there’s still hope to style it in a number of ways. We really love the idea of dainty hairclips that models wore while walking for Suneet Varma. Even the plain gold hippie-esque headbands from Samant Chauhan’s show have our stamp of approval. Also, can we make flower headbands ala Frida Kahlo mainstream, please?
Image Courtesy: Vogue India