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The Wildest Beauty Looks From The Fall 2015 Shows (PHOTOS)

Not for the faint of heart.

Fashion month is coming to a close, and boy what a month it was!

The fall 2015 collections brought some controversy, the return of Zoolander and Hansel and of course, some beautiful (and wacky) frocks, and the matching beauty looks to go with them. And while some of the makeup looks had our hearts racing (re: the glitter liner at Rodarte), others left us a little confused.

Behold the wildest, wackiest beauty looks seen at the fall 2015 shows:

The Gold Face Mask At Rick Owens
Richard Bord via Getty Images
Looks expensive.
The Facial Jewelry At Givenchy
Pascal Le Segretain via Getty Images
Not for the faint of heart -- this supposedly took six hours to complete!
This Clown-Like Makeup At Maison Margiela
BERTRAND GUAY via Getty Images
The Paintbrush Strokes At Vivienne Westwood Red Label
Mike Marsland via Getty Images
At least it's painted quite nicely.
These Wild Brows At Vivienne Westwood
Richard Bord via Getty Images
A furrowed brow if we ever did see one!
Even Gwendoline Christie Was Subjected To Them!
PATRICK KOVARIK via Getty Images
Hers went into cracking territory.
This Nose Adornment At Manish Arora
Kay-Paris Fernandes via Getty Images
Check out that contour though!
The Sparkly Blackface At Claudio Cutugno
Andreas Rentz via Getty Images
The Fluorescent Paint Splatters At Jeremy Scott
Arun Nevader via Getty Images
Ghost Face At Comme Des Garcons
Catwalking via Getty Images
And that web...
This Face Paint At Jacquemus
Victor Boyko via Getty Images
Cray, but pretty damn cool.

See you next season!

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