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Beauty Looks We Absolutely Loved From LFW17

 
by Zainab Burmawala

Falguni and Shane Peacock , Beauty , Lakme Fashion Week

Fashion weeks over the world may come and go, but in India the most anticipated fashion week has to be the Lakme Fashion Week. Fashion and beauty go hand in hand, which is why every designer wants to up their beauty game too in their fashion show. Some of the spunkiest and the edgiest looks are seen on the runway, especially at LFW, where makeup artists do not hold back when it comes to showcasing their incredible talent. The runway belongs to them to display their art on models faces which is exactly what we witnessed at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. After some thorough discussion at the MFG roundtable, we have finally picked our favourite looks from the fashion week to give you some major inspiration.

1.Gen Next

Who said one top knot is enough? The look at Gen Next demanded an insane amount of top knots on the head. Also, those bright geometric outlines on the face and colored eyebrows were an absolute work of art. What’s not to love?

Gen Next , Beauty , Lakme fashion week

2.Artisans of Kutch

This was the look that gave us some major Boho vibes. I’m sure this would give all the girls in the west some major inspiration for Coachella in summer. Fabric Buns with some silver designs displayed on the face makes us want to go to a music festival ASAP. Diggin this tribal vibe.

Artisans of Kutch , Beauty , Lakme fashion week

3.Divya Sheth, Amoh by Jade and SVA

Deconstructed hair that hangs like a gorgeous curtain framing your face to perfection is exactly what high fashion is all about. Teamed with dewy skin that girls could only dream of, makes for a winning combination on the runway. Also, that over the top blush perfectly complimented the over the top hair. Looks like this summer is gonna be all about that wet hair trend.

Divya Sheth, Amoh by Jade and SVA , Beauty , Lakme fashion week

4.Padmaja, Indigene and Naushad Ali

Ditch your shiny highlighters because pastel matte is the way to go. How fresh is this pop of colour for a brow bone highlight? We haven’t missed out the soft hint of yellow on the eyelids either. While we’re all probably used to blending a few colours for a statement eye, these two pop of pastels along the lids are just what we need to channel our inner 80’s diva.

Padmaja, Indigene and Naushad Ali

5.Nishka Lulla

Black eyelashes are so last season. What a way to bring back coloured lashes in India. Models from this show sported bright blue lashes with muted lips and sleek centre-parted hair. These are the only kind of blues you should be wishing for on a Monday. Loving the stylishly fresh look from this show.

Nishka Lulla ,  Beauty , Lakme fashion week

6.Ritu Kumar

Looks like the glitter lip is here to stay. The popular runway favourite was spotted again at the Ritu Kumar show with models strutting down the runway sporting a crimson coloured glitter lip and the most stunningly strobed face ever. Sheer elegance topped with a dollop of drama is what this look was all about.

Ritu Kumar , Beauty , Lakme fashion week

7.I Was A Sari, Jambudveep, Smriti Dixit, Wandering Whites & The Stitching Project

Twisted knots along the crown is a look we haven’t spotted anywhere in the recent past. Teamed with bronzed up, glowy skin, this show was all about the modern day grunge which is extremely in vogue. What a way to make a statement!

I Was A Sari, Jambudveep, Smriti Dixit, Wandering Whites & The Stitching Project, beauty , Lakme Fashion Week

8.Falguni and Shane Peacock

It was all about the wet look at the Falguni and Shane Peacock show. This whole ‘just out of the shower’ glam is oh so chic, we can’t even begin to tell you how obsessed we are with it. Could we focus on the perfectly strobed features and glossy berry toned lips. This look has won our hearts and how! #MFGLoves

Falguni and Shane Peacock , Beauty , Lakme Fashion Week

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