Equally as eye-catching as the clothes that strutted down the Spring 2015 catwalks were the wacky beauty trends that complemented them. From faux piercings to face tattoos to leather eyeliner, these daring ideas are so crazy, you’d be nuts not to try them. Check out 5 funky looks we’re loving from last month’s runways and see how we recommend wearing them in real life. Because let’s face it: Bleaching your eyebrows isn’t exactly practical.
Would You Try These Edgy Looks?
Givenchy's Bleached Brows
Apparently, barely-there brows are a trend worth keeping an eye (or two) on—at least according Givenchy's and Alexander Wang's spring shows. If you're too chicken to bite the bullet and bleach (we're right there with you), fake the look by camoflaging darker arches with concealer that matches your skin tone. Photo: Givenchy Spring 2015, FirstView
Peter Som's Pop Of Red
Peter Som's red smudge takes statement makeup to a new level. Best worn with bold brows and a natural lip, this hot look might just be the accessory we need to complement our LBD on our next girls' night out. Photo: Peter Som Spring 2015
Rodarte's Faux Piercings
We don't recommend wearing Rodarte's punk-inspired eyebrow rings to your boyfriend's parents' house for dinner, but that doesn't mean we won't get behind the trend for a slightly more daring occasion. Channel Rodarte's rock-star look with a single subtle faux piercing (yes, they exist), which actually looks perfectly edgy-glam when paired with the right ensemble. Photo: Rodarte Spring 2015
Fendi's Leather Liner
How chic are Fendi's leather-lined eyelids? Until beauty counters begin to sell appliqués like these, we'll just have to DIY our own. Or, ease into the trend with a matte eyeliner pen in an fun color like forest green or navy blue. Photo: Fendi Spring 2015, FirstView
Tommy Hilfiger's Teensy Tattoos
Temporary tattoos are having a moment, so why not hop on the bandwagon while stepping out of your comfort zone by applying a few to the face, à la Tommy Hilfiger? He nailed the commitment-phobe-friendly trend in his Spring '15 show. Photo: Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2015, FirstView