Best Beauty Looks At Toronto Women’s Fashion Week

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With the debut Toronto Women’s Fashion Week in full swing, the runways at Waterworks in Toronto have revealed coveted beauty looks for the season ahead. Among the striking designer creations on the Fall 2017 catwalks, a number of key hair and makeup statements could also be seen. The hairstyles, which were crafted by Redken, ranged from sweet and simple to elegant and elaborate. Meanwhile, the eye and lip looks (created by Maybelline) were equally as diverse. Real Style has curated the best in beauty at TWFW, as spotted by us from the front rows of the shows.

Di Carlo Couture

At Di Carlo Couture, the Montreal-based label featured romanticism and simplicity in its hair looks. Models walked the runway with softly curled ringlets, accented by intricate hairpieces. For a finishing touch, gently flushed cheeks, pale pinks and subtly outlined eyes created a ladylike fairytale effect.

Rachel Sin

Designer Rachel Sin stayed true to pastels for her Spring 2017 and Fall 2017 combined collection, so the featured girlish beauty look was entirely appropriate. Hair was effortlessly tousled and slightly sexy, with side-parted waves tumbling over shoulders. For a complementary feel, smokey eyes, bronzed skin and au naturel lips offered a sophisticated visage with understated beachy vibes.

Stephan Caras

At Stephan Caras, the suitably glamorous makeup and hair captured the extravagance of the Toronto designer’s collection. The major hairstyle was a sleek updo, with sideswept bangs and perfectly curled tendrils. Rosy red blush emphasized cheekbones, while the eye makeup on display involved fierce winged liner and dark, vampy eyeshadow.

Photos: Belle Bunag for Top of the Runway