If you’re looking to branch out from your usual beauty look this weekend, Savoir Flair is here to help. We’ve scoured the Instagram accounts of our favorite models to discover three of the best beauty looks from this past week. From bold pops of color to elegant glamour and some seriously punky vibes, your weekend beauty inspiration starts here.
Debuting her new platinum locks in Paris this week, Karlie Kloss stole the spotlight at Dior’s couture show with her punky vibe and edgy beauty look. Even if you don’t have bright-white tresses, simply recreate her cool-girl style by sweeping your hair dramatically over to one side and tousling the ends for some lived-in texture. Keep the other side slicked back for the ultimate rockstar touch. Finally, opt for simple skin, use a white kohl in your waterline (one of the best ways to make your eyes look bigger), and load your lips with a hot-red slick of color.
Hung Vanngo recently revealed to Savoir Flair that his top trick for making eyes look bigger is to “extend eyeshadow outward from the corner of the eye, blending it well,” which is exactly the technique he used on Kendall Jenner. The celebrity makeup artist smoked out brown shadow past the edges of her eyes to create a softer take on a cat-eye flick. This was made beautifully feminine with the addition of a pale-pink lip and a flush of blush, whilst Jen Atkin created an elegant slicked-back chignon to add the perfect finishing touch to the model’s glamorous look – definitely one to try for any swanky soirées you have this weekend.
When better to experiment with bright bursts of color than in the summer? Not only do they look great when teamed with a holiday tan, but they’re also an easy and simple way to transform any look. Supermodel Joan Smalls made her eyes the focal point of her beauty look simply by switching up her usual kohl liner for an emerald-green shade, using it to define her lower lash line before creating a cat-eye flick. Teamed with a dusting of shimmery pale pink on the inner corners of her eyes, it’s a color match made in heaven. Of course, you can opt for any color you like and get as creative as you dare. For a more subtle take on this look, simply line your waterline with a summery shade.