Elegance and sophisticated beauty oozed off the David Jones and Vogue runway on Tuesday. Opting for a timeless, classy look the models were polished to perfection.

The makeup style proved to work well with all the designers collections that ranged from Mary Katrantzou’s quirky typewriter dress to Lover’s black lace romper. What’s great is that this beauty look is incredibly versatile and will suit a great variety of outfits!

The models’ hair was swept into a sleek side bun with a side fringe part. The structured up-do complemented the high neck lines of various dresses and suits on the runway. Stylists proved that if you’re going to wear a high necked outfit you should avoid overdoing it by keeping your hair up!


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To showcase the gorgeous designs, makeup itself was kept pretty and natural looking.

Makeup artists went for an understated eye using a brown colour palette. This palette was natural looking and looked great with the range of fabric colours and prints on display.

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The beauty emphasis was on the lips at runway one with a splash of vivid plum.  This colour is perfect for Autumn, with a lovely bright intensity ideal for the cooler season.

Be inspired by the look for the David Jones and Vogue runway by injecting glamour for an updated beauty look this Autumn!


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A Melbourne city girl through and through, Olivia is a Communications student at RMIT. After dreaming of crossing international waters her entire life, she has spent the last six months studying in Leeds, England. As cliched as it is, she believes travel really is the only thing that makes you richer and intends to spend the rest of her life exploring and discovering the world. A lover of the arts, good food and quality wine she realises the importance of being an enthusiast in life. Because honestly, lukewarm is no good for anything. Twitter: @oliviawindsor Blog: http://exchangeonaplatter.wordpress.com

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