In a blink of a perfectly-winged eye, Milan Fashion Week SS20 has come to a close. As we cross yet another fashion week off the list and brace for Paris’s, let’s take a look back at our favourite beauty trends from Milan Fashion Week.

Braids, again

From left: Max Mara, Stella Jean, Gucci

Looks like braids ruled the runways of Milan Fashion Week as well. Erdem, Rixo and Bora Aksu of New York Fashion Week just showcased their own rendition of the good-girl braids last week. Now adding onto the list are Gucci, Max Mara, Sportmax and Stella Jean. At Sportmax, models with textured hair or natural curls were given equal parts delicate and intricate vertical cornrows. Hairstylist, Sam McKnight paired streamlined twin plaits with Max Mara’s army caps.

Everything’s up

From left: Dolce & Gabbana, Marni and Moschino.

A couple of fashion giants may have used the natural route of flowy, wavy hairstyles. As for Moschino, Marni, and Missoni, models were all in up-dos. Moschino and Marni’s hair looks were works of art and not just a sleek back ponytail. Dolce & Gabbana also hopped onto the bandwagon with models sporting 60s inspired up-dos, complemented with floral pieces.

Tiny touches of Euphoria

From left: Giorgio Armani, Fendi and Gucci

Seems like the Euphoria trend is not going anywhere, but now on the runways of Milan Fashion Week. Fendi had its models with glitters cascading down their eyes for a “morning-after effect”, according to makeup artist Peter Philips. Giorgio Armani played the same but with sequins on top of the models’ eyelids. At Gucci, things got a tad bit too much ‘hair’ with eyelashes glued around the model’s eye lid.

Images: Getty Images and Imaxtree

Jolin Lee
Senior Writer
Unlike most modern-day millennials, Jolin does not need caffeine or alcohol to power through the day (and night). Her eye for beauty is as sharp as her eyeliner flick, and she can spot your unblended eye makeup from a mile away.