The wildest hair and makeup at NYFW

NYFW is about so much more than clothes. It's about the show, the experience and how designers compile their pieces. It's about the miniscule details, the full package. And hair and makeup bring it all together. Without it, the looks are incomplete.

It's about the tiniest details, too. From the models' eyebrows, to their hair ties and even their nailshape, beauty is essential to rounding out the final look.

Each year, NYFW succeeds in creating memorable beauty looks, which then turn into even bigger trends. It goes without saying that this year, we were wowed, confused and downright inspired by the looks.

Scroll through to see the most buzzed about beauty and hair looks from NYFW!

Wildest hair and beauty from NYFW
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Wildest hair and beauty from NYFW
The controversial dreadlocks on the Marc Jacobs models were made out of wool. 
Rodarte weaved in tulle and flowers to their models' hair. 
Altuzarra went for a sleek and sweaty look. 
It's hard to see, but Jonathan Simkhai's show put their models' locks in tiny, thin braids. 
Tibi tied the models' hair back with belts into sleek pony tails. 
Models at the Jeremy Scott show worked the bowl cut to go along with the 80s theme. 
Alice + Olivia went for the hair up look in order to emphasize the sunglasses. 
J.Crew models rocked big, natural curls. 
Michael Costello's models stole the show with large, heavy florals. 
Jason Wu models are bare faced, with natural and frizzy curls. 
Pink eyes were trending at Tadashi Shoji. 
Freckles and natural faces were popular at Proenza as to draw attention to the earrings. 
Yellow dipped ears bring attention to the earrings at Proenza. 
Color-blocked nails were sported by all the models at Rebecca Minkoff. 
Thakoon's models flaunted bold brows. 
Pamella Roland's models flaunted gorgeous buns and simple bronzer and mascara.
Zac Posen brought back side swept, messy hair.  

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