The reign of the hair accessory continues.
Also present at Chanel's Fall 2021 presentation: the stick-straight hair and thick, black eyeliner of your early-2000s teen dreams.
This season's collections — in whatever form they were presented — were accompanied by some truly memorable hair, makeup and nail moments.
For your viewing and inspiration-board-building pleasure.
Or, for the especially talented, your next DIY polish job.
The makeup artist, along with hairstylist Guido Palau, reimagined classic beauty staples for 90 models and 50-plus dancers that walked the designer's Fall 2020 runway.
And a handful of floral hair accessories, of course.
From "Euphoria" eyes to '80s hair.
Get all the details about the hair and makeup for the designer's Collection 1 2020 show.
It also indicated that the hair-accessory trend will still be going strong for Fall 2019.
Paired with natural hair textures, it made for a stunning runway moment in Paris.
Pat McGrath and Gudio Palau put whimsical updates on classic beauty staples to complement Pierpaolo Piccioli's latest romantic collection.
Yet it was quite minimalist as compared with previous seasons.
Two trends that have ruled the fall shows made another appearance on Maria Grazia Chiuri's runway in Paris.
Including bejeweled makeup, low ponytails, voluminous hairstyles, glitter nails and inventive eyeliner shapes.
All you need is a touch of glitter or subtle graphic detail.
No-makeup makeup; no-hair hair; no-nails nails.
So says legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself.
The prettiest way to wear color is hazy, washed-out and intentionally imprecise.
Not a hair out of place.
They joined an A-list model lineup and backstage beauty team for the Japanese designer's show, orchestrated in large part by Katie Grand, who found him on Instagram.