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12 Gorgeous Beauty Moments From London Fashion Week

Two words: Butterfly. Clips.

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London Fashion Week F/W 2022 brought stunning details like butterfly clips, feather lashes, 2000s-inspired updos, and more. Here are 12 incredible, must-see beauty moments from the UK runways.
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Bejeweled Eyes

The Euphoria vibes were strong at Paul Costelloe, where makeup artist Yin Lee used Kevyn Aucoin products to create an “Elizabethan beauty” look with icy blue eyeshadow and jewel details.
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Butterfly Clips

It was all about nostalgia on the runway at Conner Ives. The models’ hairstyles were adorned with your favorite middle school accessory: playful butterfly clips.
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Feathery Lashes

This green, feathery eyelash look proved popular at LFW, showing up on both the Yuhan Wang (seen here) and Feng Chen Wang runways. These minty green lashes were handmade for the show, according to makeup artist Rebecca Wordingham.
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Extra-Long Nails

Bigger-is-better is still the name of the nail game this season. At Ahluwalia, nail artist Lauren Michelle Pires used CND nail colors and jewels from Jazzy Bindi to create the show’s look.
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Deep Side Parts

ERDEM took a step back in time with deep side parts and bright red lips. Hairstylist Larry King wrote on Instagram that the look was “a modern twist on a ’20s look with androgyny in the subculture.”
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Linear Perfection

The models at Molly Goddard wore high ponies and super straight, extended black eyeliner that was expertly applied by makeup artist Thom Walker.
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Spiky Top Knots

Hairstylist Adam Garland and team created messy top knots for the Preen runway using Authentic Beauty Concept products. The piece-y updo was plucked straight out of the early 2000s.
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Above The Line

Above-the-crease eyeliner has increased in popularity both on the runways and IRL over the years. This look, done by Georgina Graham for the Paul & Joe show, is an understated take on the look, using floating lines below and above the eye.
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Lashed Nails

Why should eyes have all the fun? At the Yuhan Wang show, nail artist Emily Rose gave the models lashed fingertips to match their feathery eyelashes.
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1960s Cat Eye

The ’20s wasn’t the only decade that sparked inspiration at London Fashion Week. At the Eudon Choi show, makeup artist Zoe Taylor used Tinker Taylor products to create this “true ’60s flick” on the eyes, with a bare lip.
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Such Great Heights

Toni & Guy hairstylist Efi Davies took the IA London show to new levels of hair greatness with Marie Atoinette-esque updos for its “beautifully broken” show.
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’90s Spikes

For Mark Fast’s runway, hairstylist Maria Kovacs used Mop hair products to create elaborate twists with wisps of hair purposefully left sticking out to create a 90s cool girl” effect.