The Most Memorable and Creative Beauty Looks from the Fall 2012 Runways

There was a lot of pretty, wearable, clean looks on the fall 2012 runways this past month. And while that's great for real life, we really love when makeup artists, hair stylists and designers collaborate and do something a bit more over-the-top. We may never sport painted, sculpted Ken Doll hair, but it sure is fun to look at. We've rounded up some of the wackier, more creative and utterly fantastical runway beauty looks from all four fashion cities. Click through to see how color, volume and face/hair accessories helped to tell runway stories this past month and challenge notions of beauty. And don't be surprised if you suddenly want to try eyebrow art.
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There was a lot of pretty, wearable, clean looks on the fall 2012 runways this past month. And while that's great for real life, we really love when makeup artists, hair stylists and designers collaborate and do something a bit more over-the-top. We may never sport painted, sculpted Ken Doll hair, but it sure is fun to look at. We've rounded up some of the wackier, more creative and utterly fantastical runway beauty looks from all four fashion cities. Click through to see how color, volume and face/hair accessories helped to tell runway stories this past month and challenge notions of beauty. And don't be surprised if you suddenly want to try eyebrow art.
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There was a lot of pretty, wearable, clean looks on the fall 2012 runways this past month. And while that's great for real life, we really love when makeup artists, hair stylists and designers collaborate and do something a bit more over-the-top. We may never sport painted, sculpted Ken doll hair, but it sure is fun to look at.

We've rounded up some of the wackier, more creative and utterly fantastical runway beauty looks from all four fashion cities. Click through to see how color, volume and face/hair accessories helped to tell runway stories this past month and challenge notions of beauty. And don't be surprised if you suddenly want to try

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Badgley Mischka, Simone Rocha, Cynthia Rowley

Badgley Mischka, Simone Rocha, Cynthia Rowley

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