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September marks the beginning of Fall and means getting back to business, which is why we're kicking off the month with our favorite new launches to help you transition from the laid-back days of Summer to the more crisp days of Autumn. From new ways to style your hair to new ways to update your makeup bag and skin care routine, we have the latest beauty finds worth nabbing this month. Just keep clicking!
- Giuliana Rancic reveals her hair philosophy and travel favorites
- New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 is over — see all our backstage coverage
- Catch up on the top 10 beauty trends for Spring from NYFW
- Watch James Franco's new Gucci fragrance videos
- See the makeup face charts before they hit the runway
- Kate Middleton's amazing blowout is back on the scene
- Forget the runway, get inspiration from street style beauties
- Would you wear blue lipstick? Rihanna did
- See the latest fragrance campaigns from Gwyneth Paltrow and Amy Adams
- Olivia Wilde, Julia Roberts, and more at the Toronto Film Festival
For most of us, a cat-eye liner look is as out-of-the-box as we're going to get, but at Spring 2014 New York Fashion Week, things got a little crafty. Makeup artists conjured up a whole host of liner looks that ranged from colorful to graphic. And while we aren't suggesting you go run out and draw eyeliner dots down your cheek à la Libertine (although it is a fun look), it's still easy to grab inspiration. Click through to see some of the funkiest looks off the runway; and next time you do your makeup, treat your liner brush like a paint brush.
From the hottest new shades to nail art and interesting polish combinations, the runways are where the latest manicure trends are taken out for a spin. Designers work with the top manicurists and nail brands to come up with a fashionable nail to complement their collections. You don't need access backstage or a front row ticket to get a close-up — just keep clicking to see all the looks from the New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 runways.
— Additional reporting by Jaime Richards and Emily Bibb
Sure, the models coming down the catwalks are sporting the latest beauty trends for Spring 2014, but the front row is filled with equally fabulous editors, buyers, and — of course! — fashionable celebrities. Whether they're friends of the designer or catching the show for what to wear next season, there are plenty of familiar faces. Click through to see who we spotted out at parties and sitting front row at this season of New York Fashion Week.
Rihanna just can't seem to shake the beauty business! The singer is geared up to release a new women's fragrance this month. Dubbed Rogue by Rihanna, the scent will contain notes of lemon blossom, jasmine, vanilla, amber, and patchouli. "People are always changing and evolving and with Rogue I wanted to switch it up to reflect who I am today," Rihanna told WWD. "I made it for all women, for every mood, because we all want to project our true selves. The ad campaign (watch above) features Rihanna in a black slip, showing off her radiant skin and signature shaved-side hairstyle.
The fragrance will be available in September at Macy's, Dillard's, and Belk, with prices ranging from $18 for a rollerball to $69 for a 4.2-oz bottle. A limited-edition stingray clutch, leather bag, and studded bracelets will accompany the fragrance with purchase.
See the print ad, after the jump!
Pearce Fionda showed dramatic, frilled black-and-white designs at London Fashion Week today, and those bold creations called for an equally strong beauty look. Regular eye shadow and eyeliner just wouldn't do. Instead, the models wore 3D flicks cut from paper and stuck to lids that had been primed with plenty of bold color. Some models had black lids with black and white liner, while others sported purple lids with green and purple paper liner. Both had matching eyebrows with sweeps of black or purple pointing up and lifting the face. To match this bold makeup look, there was an equally striking hairstyle. High, tight ponytails were curled into retro twists and kept in place with hairnets for a chic take on the topknot. See the looks both backstage and on the catwalk by clicking through.