Trends backstage beauty

Published on September 18th, 2012 | by trendcocktail


New York Spring 2013 Beauty Report

As the designers closed New York Fashion Week last week, we wondered which hair and beauty trends we wouldsee float away never to be seen again or which beauty trends would find their ways at the next stops of London,Milan and Paris. It seemed many designers too the fresh approach or more futuristic approach to hair and make-upfor Spring 2013. Michael Kors whose collection can be best described at simple and slightly retro, did a moreavante-guarde look for his collection when it came to hair and make-up. Donna Karan did a more extreme look forher make-up also with bright colorful neon eyeliner that popped as each model came down the catwalk. DVF decided to go with more of natural look that enhanced the beauty of the models. Yet, DVF didn’t go without their own futuristic surprise- models wore a new tech-savy product called Google Glasses. With hair, we saw manyup-dos and even free flowing waves. One thing is for sure, hair and beauty showed it’s ready to move forward with with thetimes- no plain pony-tails or chignons anywhere in sight.


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    Sonya Holley

    Sonya Holley

    Fashion Writer

    Sonya Holley is an international fashion writer, denim expert, and fashion recruiter whose career has taken her to 27 countries around the world. As a writer, Sonya attends New York, London and Berlin fashion weeks where she covers style and the fashion business for her blog Sonya has been featured numerous times in the New York Times and Vogue Italy for fashion writing and her personal style. A former Director of Denim at Ralph Lauren, Sonya has worked at top designer brands which also include Tommy Hilfiger and Karl Lagerfeld as a denim specialist where her denim work has been featured in Marie Claire, Bazaar, and Vogue Magazine. Educated in Madrid, Spain with an MBA in International Business and Bachelor's Degree in International Business from London, Sonya has also taught as a professor of fashion and business at LIM College and Berkeley College in New York City.

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