12 Runway Beauty Looks That'll Take You Through Festival Season

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Every Coachella go-er knows that scrounging up the money for a weekend pass, Airbnb, and flight is only the start of things: The real challenge comes in planning out your hair, makeup, and fashion vibe for the desert festival that's become spring's biggest street-style scene. In 2017, neon creases, bedazzled nipples, and glitter highlighter that toggled somewhere between festive and completely extra ruled the beauty looks. But what should we expect this year?
Say what you will about fashion week and its longevity, but we're predicting that the runway's raddest trends from Fall '18 will jump off the faces of Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber and straight onto the lids and lips of ticket-holders. Yes, we're calling it now: The avant-garde lids from Chromat, the hippie lashes from Anna Sui, and the flushed cheeks of Gypsy are getting a second life... all the way over on the West Coast.
Ahead, check out 12 high-fashion makeup moments that'll get you noticed in a sea of people trying their hardest to stand out.
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You can thank Ulla Johnson and these gilded lash lines in advance for what'll surely be Coachella's chillest makeup trend. Keep the rest of your skin glowy and dewy (fine, sweaty might be more realistic) to make sure this eye look has its chance to really shine.
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Just because you'll be spending your weekend in a minor sandstorm doesn't mean you can't rock your Studio 54 makeup. Thanks to Adam Selman's '80s-inspired style, the more melted your eyeliner and lipstick, the better!
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No matter how hard you fight it, glitter will find you at Coachella. So you might as well just take your cue from the models at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and get ahead of the inevitable.
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If you're planning on keeping your base minimal and focusing just on sunscreen (you're very smart), try this molten shadow on your lids to spice up an otherwise low-key look. Delpozo may have paired the chrome trend with turtlenecks and coats, but we're betting it'll look just as flattering with your bandana and cut-offs.
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The dramatic and clumpy lash look made famous by Twiggy and recently spotted on the Ashish runway in London will work just as well in the middle of a laser light show. But to avoid your lashes wilting by noon in the Cali heat, you'll want to pack a waterproof mascara or foolproof falsies.
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Not in the mood to worry about your lid's main shade fading halfway through Beyoncé's set? Opt for colored mascara inspired by the Halpern show in London. Add even more drama with a tinge of opal strobing on the inner corners of the eye.
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No one said you need to pack your entire vanity to show your style during festival season. In fact, this look from Maryam Nassir Zadeh proves all you need is a single cream shadow to nail your look.
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This look, worn by Gigi Hadid at Anna Sui, combines all our favorite makeup trends at once. Who knew you could rock feathered lashes, innner-corner strobing, and graphic liner and still look like a supermodel?
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Judging by Jason Wu's fall show, floating creases are officially here to stay. Double up the shades to add depth to the internet-favorite trend.
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Coachella might be the only time in your life you actually want to look like you haven't left a rave in a week. Take a page out of Christian Siriano's book and pop a neon shadow on your eyelids, then smudge two different kohl liners along the lower waterline.
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This 3D eye trend is perfect for days you want to skip the makeup wipes and just peel off your eyeshadow. To copy the looks on the Jeremy Scott runway, use mess-free face stickers. And obviously, spring for the lime green wig while you're at it.
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Let your right brain take the wheel on this look from Chromat and use a gel liner to stencil in the winding design on the lid. Add a darker blue liner to the lower waterline and top it all off with a lacquered red lip before making your way to ODESZA.