With fashion month now officially over, there's only one thing left to think about: which backstage beauty moments to recreate at home first. Lucky for you, we combed through each and every show from New York, London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks and collected the prettiest, coolest, and sexiest makeup trends of 2018 here.
Ahead, eight looks we'll be trying immediately, along with the best products to get you started.
Just when we thought the world had reached sparkle fatigue, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi models walked the London runway with glitter dusted across their foreheads and hairlines. And, suffice it to say, we're now officially considering showing up to the office with a full face of glitter.
If gilded, Studio 54–level skin isn't your thing, you can still cash in on the sparkly trend in the most minimalist of ways, by tapping a sheer layer of iridescent cream over your lids and cheekbones.
RECREATE IT WITH: Glossier Lidstar in Moon, $18
Leave it to Tom Ford to send his models down the runway wearing the coolest freaking smoky eye we've seen in a minute—thanks to the contrast of smudgy, charcoal-gray eyeshadow against dewy, glowing skin. It's a combination that's begging to be recreated this weekend, so please unearth the intimidating eyeshadow palettes from the back of your drawer and proceed with zero caution.
RECREATE IT WITH: Tom Ford Shadow Extreme in TFX10, $36
These thick, Twiggy-level lashes gave the lineup at Carven major '60s vibes. Considering every realm of the beauty world has been fixated on the '90s as of late—hello, claw clips—we're welcoming this super-mod, flash-to-the-past look with open arms.
Thankfully, the look is easy to get at home: Just layer on mascara, and, while wet, gently press sections of lashes together to form a spiked look.
RECREATE IT WITH: Maybelline The Colossal Volum' Express Mascara, $6
Strong red lips and bare skin were a staple in a number of 2018's shows—lookin' at you, Brandon Maxwell and Sally LaPointe—but we were especially keen on Huishan Zhang's approach: crimson lips with a super-glossy finish. We plan on taking cues from this look well into the spring and summer, especially since all it requires is a basic red lipstick and a shiny red topcoat.
RECREATE IT WITH: Bobbi Brown Lip Gloss in Hollywood Red, $28
It's tough to bring neon into a makeup look without going there, but Tibi's subtle-yet-vibrant flicks on each model's eyelids may be our favorite use of a neon palette yet (especially against minimal face makeup).
RECREATE IT WITH: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Electric, $20
On the Emilia Wickstead runway full, feathered brows were the centerpiece in each look. If you aren't naturally endowed with thick-as-hell brows, swipe a tinted gel back and forth, like a windshield wiper, over your brows to coat both sides of the hair for a fuller finish.
RECREATE IT WITH: Anastasia Beverly Hills Tinted Brow Gel, $22
The Carven show played with the versatility of black eyeliner by tracing the inner corner of models' eyes in a tiny V, resulting in a simple, surprisingly brilliant spin on a classic cat eye.
RECREATE IT WITH: Revlon ColorStay Eyeliner in Black, $6
Millennial pink showed very little signs of life at the 2018 shows (and we're not mad about it, to be honest). In its place: warmer, peach tones, like these smoky eyes on the Mischka runway, which were created by blending peach shadow across the eyelids and lower lash lines for a super-soft, hazy finish.
RECREATE IT WITH: Nars Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Europa, $29