The Best of NYFW: That's A Wrap!

Well NYFW has certainly come to an end, and so has my coverage.  Til' next season, allow me to leave you with some of the top beauty looks that all transulate from runway to real way.  The best part about these looks – you can try them all on in DailyMakeover's studio! Models at Vivenne Tam got a lived-in, slightly grungy style thanks to Cutler lead stylist Bok-Hee, who layered mousse on the ends of models' hair, then blew it dry and created "inconsistent waves" with a curling iron. Lots of kohl liner and textured foundation finished the look.

MAC lead makeup artist Val Garland at Cynthia Rowley was going for an innocent look, so she put the focus on the eyes with 20 coats of mascara on the bottom lashes to give models that ingenue appeal. A smudged red lip provided color, while metallic hair extensions were added to a sleek updo for a punk edge.

The hair and makeup at Charlotte Ronson was sweet meets street. Tresemme lead stylist Jeanie Syfu added subtle texture and a bit of curl to models' hair, then created tiny braids on each side. Instead of tying them off with elastics, she applied Tresemme Curl Activator to the ends of the braids and then clamped with a flat iron to secure.

While a few of the looks at Fashion Week were over-the-top and extravagant, the majority were much more low-key and wearable, like this effortlessly sexy one worn by models at Alexander Berardi. A volumized, side-swept low ponytail and naturally defined eye makeup created a casually chic air that was more real life than runway.

Post a comment below and let me know what's your fave look?