The best beauty looks from NYFW Fall/Winter 2019

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019 brought colorful knits from Zimmermann, moody plaids from Coach, floral laser cuts from Oscar de la Renta and a string of '70s-inspired colors from multiple designers. But the clothes weren't the only stars of the runway. Models showed off hair, makeup and nail looks that complemented (and sometimes completed) the looks. 

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Best beauty looks at NYFW Fall/Winter 2019
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Best beauty looks at NYFW Fall/Winter 2019

Zimmermann

Models at Zimmermann wore a thick black cat eye eyeliner look. Their lids were dusted with a light shimmer. 

Christian Siriano

The hair at Siriano's show was a stand out. Designed by TRESemmé Global Stylist Justine Marjan, "The chains [provided] a lot of movement, so keeping it controlled [was] key!"

The look was created by first flat-ironing the hair. Then, they created a single cornrow under the front pieces of hair at the headband line to attach the chains. The hair and chains were then pulled back into a low pony tail. The elastic holding it together was covered with another silver chain piece.

Get the look: TRESemmé TRES Two Unscented Extra Hold Hair SprayTRESemmé Repair & Protect 7 Pre-Styling Spray, TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum, TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hair Spray Level 4: Extend

Christian Siriano

Makeup at Siriano's show complemented the futuristic theme (and silver chains in the hair) with scattered "crystal freckles" and silver metallic shadow highlighting the tear ducts. 

alice + olivia

Models at Alice + Olivia wore their hair tightly pulled back with a dark red lip. Their nails were the highlight, though! 

Models wore the  imPRESS Press-on Manicure alice + olivia in Stace Face. (Stacey Bendet is the CEO and Creative Director of Alice + Olivia.) The fashion brand has collaborated with KISS to create several press on nail options. 

Other models wore the "Casting Call" imPRESS Press-on Manicure with added 3D crylic butterflies as an accent. Larger butterflies were decorated with Real Crystals by KISS.

Kate Spade

At Kate Spade, some models wore their hair straight and curled a bit under. Others with natural waves and curls wore tight curls (made using a large curling iron) that were brushed through for a natural look. Also on their heads, some models wore silk hair wrap caps. 

Get the look: TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray

On their faces, models wore a copper-toned eyeshadow and muted red lips. 

Prabal Gurung

Models at Prabal Gurung wore smudged copper eyeshadow with light pink lips, accessorized by statement earrings. Their hair was loosely blow dried and pulled back on top. 

On their nails they wore a red called Vanessa by Zoya that was brushed diagonally on the nail, leave the top section closest to the cuticle bare. 

Get the look: Zoya Vanessa

Carolina Herrera

Most of the models at Carolina Herrera wore a no makeup-makeup look, except for a handful that had deep pigmented eyeshadow brushed across the lids like it was put on with a highlighter marker. 

On their nails, they wore a light pink called Rue by Zoya.

Get the look: Zoya Rue

Naeem Khan

The show was '70s-inspired, so it was only appropriate that the hair was big and voluminous. To get the look, the hair was curled with a 1 ¼ inch ghd Curve Soft Curl Iron, then back brushed for added root lift. To keep the volume going, the hair was set with Velcro rollers for 15-20 minutes while it cooled.

“Make sure to start this look with a volume-enhancing shampoo & conditioner like the TRESemmé Thick & Full Shampoo and Conditioner so every step after that is building more and more volume to the foundation of the look," Justine Marjan, a TRESemmé Global Stylist, said. 

Tom Ford

Models at Tom Ford, like Gigi Hadid, wore their hair cleanly pulled back into low buns. On their faces they wore metallic copper eyeshadow up to their eyebrows and a fully lined eye, tear duct included. 

Jonathan Simkhai

At Jonathan Simkhai, models wore relaxed low ponytails with a no makeup-makeup look, accented by smudgy red lips. 

Oscar de la Renta

At Oscar de la Renta, hair styles ranged from big brushed out curls to ponytails with a soft wave.

“Maintain the drama of the look by using plenty of the TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Level 4: Extend Hair Spray to keep curls firmly in place," Odile Gilbert, TRESemmé NYFW Stylist, said. 

On their face, models wore a slight dusting of copper MAC eyeshadow and a smudged red lip.

As for nails, models wore Zoya Spencer, a beige-nude on the toes. On the hands, they wore red Zoya Alyssa to match the lip. 

Nicole Miller 

Models' nails at Nicole Miller were painted in a muted shade of green and decorated with an "evil eye" accent. 

“Evil Eyes are one of Nicole’s iconic symbols she has used year after year. This look is inspired by the New York girl who is trying to find balance in New York City life – keeping a talisman of good luck on her nails and checking her horoscope every morning to navigate her busy New York life," Naomi Gonzalez, Lead Manicurist for ZOYA said. 

Get the look: Zoya Fern, Zoya Purity, Zoya Raven, Naked Manicure Base

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For Christian Siriano's show, TRESemmé Global Stylist Justin Marjan worked with the designer to create "chained locks," aka the coolest ponytail ever. Silver chains were weaved into slick low ponytails that flowed as models walked in futuristic-inspired fashion. 

At Oscar de la Renta, Nail Tech Miss Pop shared that red nail polish (but not overly bright red) would be in for fall. She applied Zoya Alyssa to go with their smudged red lips by MAC. Under models' nails, she also applied Zoya Naked Manicure Base, which she referred to as "a BB cream for your nails." The "naked mani" works to strengthen and smooth the nails. 

Zimmermann's models showed off a thick black cat eye eyeliner look over nude eyelids to go with her 1940s spy-inspired looks. 

While many designers went with a no makeup-makeup and natural hair look, there were more than a few standouts. Check out the gallery above for all the best beauty looks from NYFW.

Want to get the look? Shop the beauty products used at the shows below!

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TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo + Conditioner Twin Pack, $9.99
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