These days, it seems like just about everyone in beauty is doing a collaboration with some celebrity, designer, big-name artist, or other. (Well, they do say two heads are better than one!) But nothing could have prepared us for the triple threat presented by these new, limited edition nail wraps from Glamour's seventh-annual Fashion Gives Back program. Born out of the efforts of Los Angeles nail brand NCLA, Glamour, and 10 Crosby Derek Lam, these babies give a nod to beauty, fashion, and tech.
We’ve seen some pretty striking hairstyles this fashion week, all of which we’re excited about since they push the boundaries of our comfort zones as beauty editors. But we know it can be intimidating to take a look from runway to real life, especially if it seems a little too high-fashion and intense. Here are two looks we’ve loved from this week that we want to try ourselves—we dare you to try them at home too.
The Show: Peter Som
Hair: Eugene Souleiman for Wella
Makeup: Tom Pecheux for M.A.C.
Nails: Sunshine Outing for Zoya
The Vibe: Strong, minimal beauty. Eugene Souleiman, lead stylist for Wella, spoke about Som’s shift away from the rich, bad girl of past seasons and instead presented a stronger, more elegant woman. Accordingly, the hair was sleek on top with a deep side part, and the back fell into messy, beachy waves created with the help from Wella’s Ocean Spritz Texture Spray. For the face, Tom Pecheux for M.A.C. wanted a complexion that was fresh and matte with brows that were, as he put it, “present to give confidence.” The only color on the face came from a M.A.C. lipstick called Delectable, which was used on both the lips and eyes, as well as a violet and gold swirl new blush called Stratus that was blended just at the back of the cheeks near the ear and hairline for a bit of contour.