There's no such thing as a bad hair day at NYFW! These stunning undone updos were created by hairstylist Orlando Pita.
Pita also styled the choppy wigs as seen here on Karlie Kloss.
It makes perfect sense that celeb hairstylist Ted Gibson was the expert behind these red carpet-ready side-swept waves.
To achieve the ultra sleek effect, hairstylists used Sally Hershberger Hyper Hydrating Spray Serum Smart Keratin. The oxblood color pout were a mix of three lipsticks!
Leave it to Betsey to bring a punch of pink to the runway! The sparkling pucker effect was Stila Color Balm Lipstick in Betsey with a layer of Stila Silk Shimmer Closs in Kitten.
We've seen a lot of different types of plaits this fashion week but this is the first time we've peeped some hairline French braids.
More sleek ponytails at Kaufmanfranco. We're definitely seeing a trend here, folks!
The mane event! Tresemmé hairstylist Matthew Curtis curled one-inch sections before teasing out for more volume. The vampy makeup was created with Stila Stay All Day eyeliner in Intense Black and Stay All Day Viny lip gloss in Merlot.
The eye effect was created with a mascara fan brush using MAC Pro Black creme liner and the statement lip was MAC Dangerous Lipstick.
After days of dark plum lipsticks and neutral glosses it was refreshing to see a classic cherry color.
These Valentine's Day-friendly manicures were created with Deborah Lipmann nail lacquer in It's Raining Men and Break 4 Love.
Dark with a dash of dazzle! The pouts at Rodarte were a mix of mulberry and metallic.
Last minute touch up! Models rocked bronze eyelids and glowing skin at Tory Burch's show.
Ted Gibson created this "twist and shout" updo and topped each one with a pearl pin. The ethereal makeup was the a mix of green eyeshadow with extra glitter on the side.
The bigger the bun the better seemed to be the motto at Herrera's Fall 2014 show.
While over at DVF, classic ballerina buns were the trend. The simple top knots were paired with a Dusty Mauve eyeshadow and matching lip color from MAC cosmetics.
Models got gold tips (Maybelline nail polish in Bold Gold) to match their gold-dipped braids.
"The look is strong, yet fluid, with pools of gray and green surrounding the eye," said Estee Lauder makeup artist Tom Pecheux, who applied the brand's Pure Color eyeshadow in Emerald Star. "I was inspired by water, a lagoon, deep and cool."
Hair flair is back! Models rocked layered headbands and berry lips.
And speaking of headbands, that same day model at Helmut Lang sported comb versions.
Adding a twist to one of the biggest hair trends of Fall 2014, models (with dramatic cat eye makeup by Temptu) got blue streaks added to their ponytails.
Bold arches and natural texture took center stage but the real attention grabber was the frizzy locks, which we're with Ouidad styling products. Time to dust off those teasing combs, ladies.
Sure, the berry lips are intense but just wait until the model turns around. Bam! The most voluminous ponytail ever.
Sweet & low: The classic nape of the neck effect also made an apperance this fashion week.