7 New Makeup and Hair Trends Ahead of New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023


The streets of New York are already buzzing with the arrival of New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023, as models, editors, buyers, photographers and more prepare to criss-cross the city in an attempt to witness as many parades as possible. And while it’s hard not to let fashion itself be the star of the week, the debut of so many new makeup and hair trends on (and off) the runways is just as exciting to watch.

Fall always feels like back-to-school time, no matter how long ago you graduated, which also makes it the perfect time to experiment with your beauty look. Plus, when beauty industry legends guide hair and makeup teams behind the scenes, it’s a fairly common place for chic new trends to take shape. Whether it’s Diane Kendal showcasing the hottest lipstick shade of the season or Guido proving that a low ponytail is fall’s hottest hairstyle, there’s always plenty beauty for the eyes to inspire your next look.

So whether you want to spice up your makeup routine with a fun new shadow color or are looking for a low-maintenance update to complement your busy fall schedule, take it from a beauty veteran. behind the scenes with nearly 20 seasons under her belt – these will be the seven biggest new makeup and hair trends from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023.

blue shadow

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Beauty fans have already proven that colored eyeshadow looks amazing even beyond the limits of Euphoria episodes, and the blue hues in particular make a striking statement on all skin tones. Whether you want a bold lash-to-brow look with a touch of glitter or prefer a minimalist touch of pigment along the inner corner of the eye, it’s time to invest in shades of blue this season.

Lip Make-Out

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Lipstick that doesn’t feel too precious or super crunchy will be everywhere this season, for a perfectly imperfect look I just did that looks even better as the day progresses. Rich ruby ​​reds and juicy cranberry undertones are gorgeous for the upcoming season and will easily enhance an otherwise bare face or liner shot. Simply use a dry lip brush (or even your fingertips) to gently blend the edges of your lipstick for a sultry fall look.

Braided ponytails

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From street style stars to catwalks, the braided ponytail is already having a serious moment and will definitely continue into fall and winter. Whether you use extensions to achieve a braid that stretches back or you’re lucky enough to have lots of length (or even incorporate a ribbon – there are no rules), everything you will need is a slicked-back effect for a model-worthy hair look.

Graphic winged lining


While the buzzy mermaid eye look continues to be in style, more artistic and edgy graphic looks are ready to take over for fall and winter. Don’t be afraid to stretch the wings towards your temples and use colored pencils or gel liners to accentuate the shape for a more playful style. Invest in a quality primer to keep your pigment in place throughout the day.

Colorful french tips

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The reign of French tricks continues and a colorful twist on the classic is sure to pop up on multiple runways this season. A rich crimson hue is great for fall, but this look can also work with any fall nail colors like the increasingly popular brown, black, or navy nail polish.

Elegant buns

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There are few things more chic and timeless than a perfectly pulled up bun. Whether you’re just running late and need an easy hairstyle or have an event that calls for sleek sophistication, there’s no denying that this look will be a staple this season. Indeed, the first show of the week, Christian Siriano, has already proven that the bun is going to be a major trend this season.

Semi-matte skin

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A flawless complexion will always be a beauty staple, but I predict the all-over megawatt glow will give way to a more demi-matte finish for fall. Consider going from a glass skin to a more satin effect – matte in the center of the face with more shine towards the cheekbones and temples. A quick dusting of blending powder and a strategically placed concealer are all you need to achieve the look on your own.


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