The standout hair and makeup looks from Toronto Fashion Week fall/winter 2019—and how to recreate them.
Lead Toronto Fashion Week makeup and hair artists—Simone Otis and Jorge Joao, respectively—explain the products they used to create the looks at the following shows.
Makeup artist Simone Otis used Clarins Ombre Iridescent Eyeshadow in Silver Grey ($26) over the lid for a soft silver look.
Apply RMS Living Luminizer ($47.50) to the tops of cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye to recreate this naturally luminous look.
Hairstylist Jorge Joao applied Redken Brews Outplay Texture Pomade before blow-drying hair "with up-and-away motions" to achieve this James Dean-inspired look.
Dior On Stage Liquid Eyeliner in Matte White ($35) was used to draw this negative space eyeliner.
Vasanti Best Balm Forever in Hugs, Bestie or Pinkie Swear ($20 each) was used to create a lightly pink-hued lip on models at Michi.
Use a 1-inch curling iron to create lift in hair, let it set then brush it out. Leave out all the hair from the ear back, then pull the rest into a low ponytail and create a loose bun at the nape of the neck. Pin the rest of the hair back and spray with Redken Triple Take Extreme High-Hold Hairspray 32 to finish.
Pedram Karimi & Product Visual
Use Redken Fabricate 03 Heat-Active Texturizer on the hairline and part, then blow dry to set. Softly pull out pieces to personalize the shape.
Wrap hair around a curling iron in alternate directions for a "more organic feel," says Joao.
Makeup artist Simone Otis used Dior On Stage Liquid Eyeliner in Matte Red ($35) to draw on this crimson eye.
Rock N Karma
To recreate these "lived-in rocker eyes," line eyes with a black eyeliner then use Stila Smudge Pot in Black ($26) to diffuse it for a worn feel.
Zoff & Alan Anderson
The red mate lip is Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick in Infrared ($25).
Apply Redken Guts 10 Volume Spray Foam from roots to ends, then blow-dry hair away from the face. Comb everything from the right side of the head to the left, criss-crossing bobby pins to hold. Roll the remaining hair into a French twist. "Use a tail comb to tuck away any uncontrolled hair, then secure with a pin," says Joao.