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10 Standout Beauty Looks At NYFW Fall 2015 (PHOTOS)

02/23/2015 12:25 EST | Updated 02/23/2015 12:59 EST

We've said it before: a standout outfit isn't just about the clothes -- beauty has a big part in completing the look as well.

New York Fashion Week's fall 2015 shows saw a variety of beauty looks, from wild to sexy to pretty, and everything in between.

And though it was hard to choose, we managed to round up 10 of the standout looks from the shows that we can't wait to try for our next night out.

Check them out below:

  • Glitter Liner At Rodarte
    NARS
    Inspired by the "idea of a delicate, refined beauty," makeup artist James Kaliardos added depth and shine to the lower lash line by adding Swarovski crystals. A glossy lip finished off the look to reflect the light.
  • Old Hollywood Glam At Marchesa
    Catwalking via Getty Images
    "This look was all about a cool modern take on Old Hollywood glam," said Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman in a press release. "Taking inspiration from the New York Great Gatsby era, I wanted to create a more youthful interpretation appearing as though she had been dancing all night."
  • Morticia Adams Brows At Marc Jacobs
    NARS
    To bring structure to the face, NARS Cosmetics' Founder and Creative Director Francois Nars went for matte skin and defined brows. "Marc wanted a very strong, elegant and sophisticated woman this season -- a Diana Vreeland type," explained Nars. "I looked to the swans of the '50s and '60s -- like Babe Paley or Jacqueline de Ribes, to inspire the look."
  • Glitter Lashes At Carolina Herrera
    Luca Cannonieri
    Created by Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics, the glitter lashes were achieved by sprinkling MAC PRO Silver Glitter to a set of adhesive lashes.
  • The New Goth At Alexander Wang
    NARS
    This "gothic rock-and-roll" look created by Diane Kendal for NARS Cosmetics was inspired by heavy metal rock.
  • The Updated Smoky Eye At Cushnie et Ochs
    Maybelline New York
    As the collection was inspired by space travel and the vastness of the universe, Maybelline New York's Global Makeup Artist, Yadim, expanded on the theme with this bold, stellar eye look. Everything else was kept simple to keep the focus on the eyes.
  • Shimmery Goodness At Thakoon
    NARS
    "Inspired by the northern lights, Thakoon wanted the girls to look beautiful, keeping the ideal of lights and reflection," explained makeup artist Diane Kendal. Kendal kept a simple base with tinted moisturizer, concealer, and loose powder. She used NARS' new Dual-Intensity Blush (coming spring 2015) to create the shimmery cheek and eye look and finished things off with a matte lip.
  • Abstract Liner At Proenza Schouler
    JP Yim via Getty Images
    "Abstract expressionism," is how Diane Kendal described this look she created for Proenza Schouler.
  • Purple Lips And Spidery Lashes At Nanette Lepore
    Gary Gershoff via Getty Images
    This "posh rebel" look by Grace Lee, Canada's Lead Makeup Artist for Maybelline New York, required three different mascaras for the spidery lashes, and Maybelline New York's Color Sensational Rebel Bloom lipstick in Orchid Ecstasy. Lee described the look as "a rebel, boarding school girl that discovers mascara for the first time." "I wanted exaggerated, chaotic lashes. In this case, MORE is MORE," she explained.
  • White Liner At The Blonds
    Jennifer Graylock via Getty Images
    Created by Kabuki for MAC Cosmetics, The Blonds' fall 2015 beauty look featured bold white liner and a nude, contoured face. A "tuxedo effect" was created by contrasting the white liner with a touch of black, and the rest of the eye look was kept simple, without any mascara or faux lashes.

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