The best Fashion Week beauty looks were all about the eyes

While clothes were bright and eye-catching at New York Fashion Week, which just wrapped up, faces were relatively tame — models’ cheeks were mostly bare, and lips often nude or timidly tinted. All of the fun happened around the eyes, with thick liner, spidery lashes and pops of unexpected color on lids.

Here’s how to get the looks at home.

Highlighter galore at Fenty by Puma

Getty Images for FENTY PUMA By Rihanna

Rihanna’s ballsy exit by dirt bike on the runway at her show, Fenty by Puma, was upstaged only by her glowy new makeup range, Fenty Beauty. Models wore a slew of products available in the new collection — which launched Sept. 7 — including shimmer sticks, blotting powder and glittering luminizers that added soft femininity to the sporty clothes.

Lead makeup artist James Kaliardos layered Killawatt Freestyle highlighter ($34 at FentyBeauty.com) in Trophy Wife, Ginger Binge/Moscow Mule and Lightning Dust/Fire Crystal on cheekbones, temples and lips. Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick ($25 at FentyBeauty.com) in Confetti, Rum and Sinamon were swiped on eyes for a not-so-subtle glow.

Fingerprint cat eye at Jason Wu & Tom Ford

Jason Wu/Tom Ford

Two shows featured a thick, pinky-fingersize cat eye — Tom Ford’s in black, and Jason Wu’s in a dark army green.

Makeup artist Pat McGrath used Tom Ford defining eye pencil in Onyx ($36 at Bloomingdales.com) to line eyes and draw a thick, rounded wing that ended just outside the outer edge of the eye. She tapped eye gloss over the liner and topped with a layer of shimmery black shadow for extra dimension that’s impossible to mess up.

At Jason Wu, makeup artist Yadim bronzed skin, added a sprinkling of faux freckles using a brow brush, and rounded out the look with a thick slash of Urban Jungle shadow from Maybelline’s the City Mini Palette ($7.99 at Target.com) at the outer corners of eyes.

Graphic liner at Monse & Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta/Monse

Designers at Monse and Oscar de la Renta opted for delicate — but intricate — liner.
For the Monse double-decker cat eye, prime lids to banish oil, then use a gel pencil to draw a thin wing out of the corner of the eye, followed by a second line right above it. Artist Grace Lee layered Maybelline Precise Ink Metallic liquid eyeliner in Black Comet ($7.99 at Target.com) over the gel for extra shimmer.

At Oscar de la Renta, Tom Pecheux applied MAC Rollerwheel liquid liner in On a Roll Black ($21 at MACCosmetics.com) along the root of…

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