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  • Writer's pictureClaudio Fibonacci

Unlocking the Top Beauty Trends: Milan Fashion Week Recap

The Key Beauty Trends From Milan Fashion Week

The Key Beauty Trends From Milan Fashion Week

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High-shine Side Partings

One of the standout trends from Milan Fashion Week for fall/winter 2024 was the high-shine side partings seen on the runways of Fendi and Max Mara. Slick, androgynous side partings were showcased in different styles, from wet-look hair at Max Mara to elaborate loop detailing at Fendi. Guido Palau’s rosette hair at Prada added a futuristic and sculpted touch to the overall look.

Key Highlights:

  1. Wet-look hair at Max Mara

  2. Elaborate loop detailing at Fendi

  3. Rosette hair at Prada

Liner Love

Another prominent beauty trend in Milan was liner love, with brands like Gucci, Versace, Moschino, and more opting for jet-black eyeliner looks. From thick lines at Gucci to statement graphic liner at Versace, the runway was filled with bold eye makeup choices. Roberto Cavalli embraced a smudged aesthetic for a more edgy vibe.

Key Highlights:

  1. Thick and thin lines at Gucci

  2. Statement graphic liner at Versace

  3. Smudged aesthetic at Roberto Cavalli

Silk-finish Hair

For those not into high-shine side partings, the silk-finish hair trend offered a different texture option. Brands like Tom Ford, Bottega Veneta, and Ferragamo showcased hair that was almost fluffy to touch. Achieving this look requires clean and product-free hair that moves effortlessly.

Key Highlights:

  1. Fluffy silk-finish hair at Bottega Veneta

  2. Clean and product-free hair at Tom Ford

Hyper-nude Skin

The beauty look at Prada focused on hyper-nude skin, with makeup artist Lynsey Alexander emphasizing a modern nude face paired with a pop of nude on the lips. Achieving fresh and minimal skin like seen at Bottega and Ferragamo requires careful skincare preparation and layering of products to create a flawless finish.

Key Highlights:

  1. Modern nude face at Prada

  2. Fresh and minimal skin at Bottega Veneta


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