The Paris shows are all about the spectacle of fashion and with this comes the very best in hair and makeup.
New Ombre Nails
Nail art trends come and go, but this melting, ombre style is sure to stick next season. Two similar, smoky blue designs were seen at both Gareth Pugh (left) and Manish Arora (right), where the nail shape was elegant and rounded.
The Lip Backlash
There was a definite lip colour backlash on the Paris Autumn/Winter catwalks. At Valentino (centre), lips were left to look their natural best, while at Chloe (left) and Hakaan (right), a nude tint added a matte finish to the clean, fresh complexions.
Flawless Skin, No Mascara
Neutral lip colours and fresh, flawless skin go hand-in-hand, so it was no surprise to see highlighted cheeks and barely-there eye makeup at the Paris shows. At Issey Miyake (centre), Lucia Peironi used Mac's Nylon and Pink Opal Pigment to create a "sharp... luminous highlight" along the cheekbones and at Maison Martin Margiela, Hannah Murray "re-invented the Wall Street woman" with a polished, sophisticated skin. And if you're feeling too naked? Add a touch of lip gloss, as seen at Giambattista Valli (right).
Trust Chanel (left) to send some of the best eye makeup of Paris Fashion Week down the catwalk. Makeup artist used shimmering, silver sequins on the lids and lashes for that fairytale-inspired look, while over at Dior (right), a simple slick of silver made the blotted pink lips really pop.
Hair Gets Wild
From Jean Paul Gaultier's (right) Eighties rockstar styles, to Haider Ackermann's punky platinum wigs (left), the hair in Paris had attitude this season. Our personal favourite? The rose-bud shaped twirls in pastel colours at Givenchy. Pretty, playful and strangely romantic.