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The Best Hair and Makeup Moments From Paris Fashion Week

Allure Logo By Devon Abelman of Allure | Slide 1 of 9: Fashion Month is wrapping up for the spring/summer 2021 season in France this week and keeping up the momentum with stunning beauty moments. Like London Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week is adapting to the global pandemic by putting on a mix of traditional, in-person runway shows and digital presentations with extravagant videos.  Creativity is still high, nonetheless. One Parisian designer duo even figured out a genius way to adorn models' faces with gems without actually touching them. Makeup artists at other shows seem to be focusing their energy on one part of the face to limit the amount of time they're in contact with each model. Prepare yourselves now for Paris Fashion Week's takes on black eyeliner and eye shadow at Dior and Chanel, respectively. We swear the looks are less emo and more sophisticated than they initially sound. Another highlight to look out for: Makeup artist Fara Homidi and hairstylist Louis Ghewy also teamed up for a show to create an incredibly accurate post-spa look complete with flushed cheeks and wet hair. They somehow made our everyday, just-got-out-of-the-shower vibe into an incredibly chic aesthetic.  You can see all these looks and more of the best beauty moments from Paris Fashion Week below. We'll also share how to recreate some of them at home, so you can feel the French fantasy no matter where you actually are.  All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Fashion Month is wrapping up for the spring/summer 2021 season in France this week and keeping up the momentum with stunning beauty moments. Like London Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week is adapting to the global pandemic by putting on a mix of traditional, in-person runway shows and digital presentations with extravagant videos. 

Creativity is still high, nonetheless. One Parisian designer duo even figured out a genius way to adorn models' faces with gems without actually touching them. Makeup artists at other shows seem to be focusing their energy on one part of the face to limit the amount of time they're in contact with each model. Prepare yourselves now for Paris Fashion Week's takes on black eyeliner and eye shadow at Dior and Chanel, respectively. We swear the looks are less emo and more sophisticated than they initially sound. Another highlight to look out for: Makeup artist Fara Homidi and hairstylist Louis Ghewy also teamed up for a show to create an incredibly accurate post-spa look complete with flushed cheeks and wet hair. They somehow made our everyday, just-got-out-of-the-shower vibe into an incredibly chic aesthetic. 

You can see all these looks and more of the best beauty moments from Paris Fashion Week below. We'll also share how to recreate some of them at home, so you can feel the French fantasy no matter where you actually are. 

All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

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