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The wild but wearable beauty looks at London Fashion Week

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Think gold leaf eyes and colour cloud hair.

Here are some of the standout beauty takeaways at London Fashion week…

Halpern’s cracked gold foil lids

Complementing a Studio 54–inspired collection, make-up legend Isamaya Ffrench created a deconstructed disco look using MAC Paint Sticks and layers of delicate gold leaf.

Mary Katrantzou’s colour cloud hair

For a collection as fantastical as Mary Katrantzou’s, Josh Wood reached far into his colour arsenal to create two dreamy hairstyles - a smudged pastel rainbow called Colour Clouds and an earthy, inky ombre wave he named Horizon Colour. 

Matty Bovan’s polychrome lips

Yes, the micro-fringed black wigs are a sight to behold but it was the plumping lip stain at Matty Bovan that really caught our attention. Miranda Joyce lined lips with MAC’s Nightmoth pencil before adding Neon Coral pigment and layering on Lipglass for a just bitten look.

Asai’s ceramicist’s fingers

Manicures may have just got more high maintenance as Sylvie Macmillan dipped models’ fingers in ground up clay for Asai.

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Anna is a freelance writer and editor who’s been making her dime from online since 2007. She’s a regular at Stylist.co.uk, ITV News and Emerald Street and moonlights as a copywriter and digital content consultant.

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