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By : Heather Cichowski/ thegloss.com   
The Only 10 Paris Fashion Week Beauty Trends that Work in Real Life

We’ve made notes on the best looks from Ney York, London and Milan, so all that remains is Paris. There have been some crazy makeup that are best left for Halloween, but there were also lots of ideas that those of us who aren’t street style stars can pull off. If you love playing up your eyes, you’ll be pleased to know that Paris Fashion Week gave us plenty of new eye makeup ideas, so there’s no need to reach for your brown shadow everyday

Here are 10 wearable looks from Paris Fashion Week you need to try:

1. Decorated Half Updo, Valentino: A half updo with clips in your bangs is very middle school. Schoolgirl hair was very popular at fashion week, but a half updo with a clip placed behind the ear is a more sophisticated option. (Even if the clip is decorated with shells and starfish.)

2. Blue Eyeshadow, Elie Saab: You probably just said, “there’s no way blue eyeshadow is wearable unless you’re going to an 80s Halloween party”. Moderation is key. Some models had on way more blue and turquoise shadow than others at the Elie Saab show, but this light-handed version is surprisingly wearable.

3. Coral Lips, Roland Mouret: Some of us shy away from bold lipsticks because of the precise application involved. Applying a lipstick like a stain with your fingertips is very easy and dilutes the color if you don’t want a look-at-me pout.

4. Pastel Liner, Dior: This isn’t technically liner, it’s adhesive stips of lazer-cut satin. Cool, huh? If you want to try the real thing, the collection is coming out early next year. In the meantime, find any pastel-colored liner to get the look.

5. Tendrils, Nina Ricci: Stop trying to slick those layers that are just too short to pull back in a ponytail. Give them a quick curl and leave them be. They frame your face and add an insouciant French girl flare to your look.

6. Colored Mascara, Martin Grant: Colored mascara is so much more wearable than colored shadow. If you’re intimidated, apply the color to the bottom lashes and use your regular black on the top. Just don’t apply too many layers, otherwise you will end up with spider lashes.

7. Bright Lip Stain And Rosy Cheeks, Véronique Leroy: Rosy cheeks give everyone that I’m-so-healthy glow even if you prefer tequila shots to wheatgrass ones. The just-bitten lip stains only adds to the youthful look. Remember this when your skin is looking extremely sallow in winter.

8. Elongated Smokey Eye, Chanel: In addition to giving us the best feminist runway finale of fashion week, Chanel gave us a few great beauty looks to try. (Yes, the show can have both things). The extended shape of this smokey eye, is a shadow-liner fusion.

9. Long Bottom Lashes, Paul & Joe: This is a modern day 60s Mod meets the no makeup look. Skip the opaque white shadow and try a soft brown. Then apply a few coats of mascara to your bottom lashes. A Vidal Sassoon haircut is optional.

10. Purple Smokey Eyes, Guy Laroche: Put down the black eyeshadow and give a colorful smokey eye a chance. This grape shade is a softer alternative, and would enhance any eye color.