When the lights rose at Chanel's Haute Couture show in Paris, the masculine beauty look each model was sporting was more than a little shocking. The reason? Chanel has a history of sending ethereal, feminine-looking models down the catwalk for its many shows. For its Fall 2013 showing, however, bold brows, bouffants, and strategic contouring (achieved with Chanel's Powder Blush in Plum Attraction ($43)) made for a vaguely '80s, slightly androgynous look. But the focal point of the style was the girls' oversize, bedazzled hair clips that stretched over their long-hanging ponytails. Because everyone needs a touch of femininity, non?
The look: Mile-high bouffants, bold brows, oversize barrettes, and strategic contouring.
Who would wear it: A girl with a love for vaguely '80s beauty.
Color scheme: Black, cream, and a slight flush of pink. Get the exact look with Chanel's Quadra Eye Shadow in Mystère ($59), Intense Eye Pencil in Clair ($28), and Hydrating Conditioning Lip Balm ($34).