The Blonds: What do you get when Dr. Spock and Tweety Bird couple up and have a baby? The beauty look at this show. Between the swipes of yellow and blue shadow, it was out of this world.
Betsey Johnson: From cotton candy wigs and chromatic lips, the look was unabashedly fun — especially with bubblegum pink, custom-made wigs.
Jeremy Scott: The '50s, teenagers from Mars, and burlesque were all inspiration at this show. While the hair was full-on retro, the makeup had a futuristic spin that we can't wait to try.
Milly: If you're longing for an edgy runway look that's still wearable, set your sights on this collection. The cornerstone of the style was the matte red gradient lip.
Proenza Schouler: For the presentation, hairstylists embraced the models' natural hair texture to create a skater-chic, California girl look. The makeup was bare bones and the manicure a honey color.
J. Mendel: The beauty look for Spring 2014 was all about adding an athletic vibe, playing up the sporty side with glowy, bronzed skin and and a glossy burgundy lip.
Rachel Zoe: Fitting for Spring's humidity, a huge, fuzzy plait with loads of texture was the centerpiece of the coifs heading down Zoe's runway.
Nanette Lepore: The neoromantic clothing collection translated directly to a beauty look consisting of wispy hair and bright red lips — stunning.
Michael Kors: Like Kors's past collections, sporty beauty was a common theme in the makeup, hair, and nails. Lead makeup artist Dick Page wanted an effortless makeup palette that defined specific features on each model.
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Elie Tahari: The makeup look at this show can only be described as "timeless," with soft peach tones and effortless hair.
Marc by Marc Jacobs: Two words: English grunge. Hair was messy, weighed down with a ton of oils, and some of the girls had it tucked into scarves wrapped around their necks. The makeup consisted of a block of blue on the lids.
Narciso Rodriguez: The beauty look was diluted and one that any girl can do. The hair was meant to mimic a second-day blowout with very little curl or wave, while the makeup remained minimal.
Prabal Gurung: Yadim for MAC Cosmetics created an eye-catching palette with holographic glitter in the inner corners of the eyes, channeling a '90s rave.
The Row: Since every great makeup look starts with skin care, the preparation was key backstage and the makeup was "raw, sepia, very earthy, and monotone."
Naeem Khan: The hair was a play on Frida Kahlo's famous milkmaid braids; makeup focused on a raspberry lip hue and metallic-flecked eye makeup.
Jenny Packham: The greatest disco moments of the '70s were back on the runway for Spring 2014 with an Edwardian twist, which were both seen in the clothing collection and beauty look.
Badgley Mischka: Mermaid was the name of the game with a makeup concept that focused on watery blues and coral lips.
Alice + Olivia: What arose backstage was a simple and sweet beauty look that anyone could try out at home using a sheer white shadow to make the eyes pop.
Reem Acra: There was no shortage of dramatic hair backstage, where the look was straight out of Saturday Night Fever.
3.1 Phillip Lim: If Daft Punk wrote the music for the Blue Lagoon movie remake, the result would be something like the beauty look seen at this show, which featured iridescent purple makeup shades.
Theyskens' Theory: For the this wet hairstyle, there was so shortage of products backstage, complete with a beauty look that was individual to each model.
Carolina Herrera: From the geometric prints to the flirty lashes, lead makeup artists gave Twiggy a red carpet makeover.
Zac Posen: The look at this show was downright jaw-dropping, drawing inspiration from ballerinas, rose gardens, and Marie Antoinette.
Band of Outsiders: From sun-kissed cheeks to wet waves, the beauty team backstage was busy making the models look like they just stepped off the sands of Malibu.
Thakoon: If you're looking for full-blown femininity, look no further! The hair and makeup here focused on the ultimate Parisian-chic lady.
Kenneth Cole: With hair inspired by '80s Harlem and makeup drawing colors from a beetle, this beauty ideation touched on all the major trends we want to see come March.
Tracy Reese: Stylists backstage embraced each model's natural hair texture to create a bun with tendrils flowing around the face.
Yigal Azrouël: The ethereal, wispy chignons seen on the runway were formed by raking the hair back with fingers and matting strands down at the crown — no brush needed.
Derek Lam: The hair, makeup, and nails circulated around one concept: minimalism.
Victoria Beckham: Here, the beauty team worked to create a clean and modern look with a sleek, low ponytail and a flawless complexion.
Lela Rose: Inspiration came from the architecture of Arne Jacobsen's swan chair, which translated to bold colors on the makeup and a structural updo.
Altuzarra: Feminine beauty was the theme at this show, where models were meant to look very glamorous and very French.
Tibi: The beauty look mixed elements of bohemian and grunge for a traveled-in style, including dewy skin, mussed hair, and nail art with a hidden message.
Monique Lhuillier: The chic makeup style featured clean skin with a hint of highlight on the cheeks. The focal point was the cherry-stained lip.
Alexander Wang: Beach waves and barely-there makeup were the main looks of the evening. Guido for Redken opted to play with the natural texture of the models' hair, pulling inspiration from the '80s.
Christian Siriano: Inspired by a trip to Isla Mujeres off the coast of Mexico, makeup artists developed a soft, diffused makeup look to mimic the appearance of glowing skin during a sunset.
Jen Kao: On the runway, the statement-making long, straight hair was reminiscent of the '70s, but also reminiscent of the three Afghan Hounds that walked with the models.
Rebecca Taylor: This show mastered mixing downtown cool with a hint of femininity, going "rougher on the makeup with a focus on the eyes."
Hervé Léger: This collection was created with a powerful woman in mind, and that notion was reflected in the hair and makeup.
Prabal Gurung: Everything from the hair, nails, and makeup was matte. No shine here.
Jill Stuart: Don't expect to find your average smoky eye at this show; lids were coated with lip gloss for high-luster effect.
Rag & Bone: Let's just put it out there: most of us were floored when we spotted the fluorescent orange hue on the lips of the models at this show.
Rebecca Minkoff: The beauty look backstage was inspired by Frida Kahlo and the Mexican desert with hair texture that was rough, dry, and matte.
Jason Wu: The hint of gold makeup was carried over to the hair with a sleek metal barrette that finished off each model's blunt ponytail. It was a look inspired by photographer Helmut Newton.
Kate Spade: Keeping with the designer's signature look, the collection was a vibrant mishmash of color with that playful dash of retro flair.
Honor: This show was all about the juxtaposition of edge and femininity, which was evident in everything from the hair to the nails.
Costello Tagliapietra: Inspired by leather shoes in the collection, the texturized nail polish look here was one to remember. But it was the pop-of-color eye shadow that really had us talking.
BCBG Max Azria: Stylists and makeup artists alike strove to create the ideal BCBG girl who's cool and effortless, yet put together.
Lulu Frost: The collection was all about a punk take on Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette, and that colorful visual translated to the hair and makeup.
Calvin Klein: This cool smoky eye and bare-faced makeup look captured the essence of the Calvin Klein girl to a T.
Ralph Lauren: Dust off that flat iron and embrace stick-straight hair and similarly minimal makeup, come Spring.
Marc Jacobs: Turquoise liner, Swarovski-studded nail tips, and razored bowl cuts made for one memorable beauty look, not to mention an appropriately edgy send-off to Spring 2014 NYFW.