It's always fascinating to see how models are transformed from one fashion show to the next with the help of makeup artists and hairstyle hotshots. Cara Delevingne is one such model, who can effortlessly go from a smokey eye to a fresh face without batting an eyelid (mind the pun) - looking stunning on each occasion. And she has the eye brows everyone adores.
Here are some hair and makeup ideas from the world's most sought after supermodel.
Cara wears a 50's style head bow with orange shaded lids and a wide-swept fringe at Louis Vuitton. She is 70's chic at Pucci, with a shaggy hairdo and kohl rimmed eyes. Moschino brings out the best of the 60's with a voluminous coif, icy-white lined inner rims and bold, separated lashes, along with a popsicle red lipstick. At Marc Jacobs, the sixties theme is reignited, with a side-swept beehive, smudged eyes and nude lips, with an emphasis on her famous brows.
Brightly shaded lids are all the rage, as seen on the SS13 runways. The styling at Jeremy Scott was punk rock with green painted lids and an unruly dark cropped hairdo. At Fendi, yellow and blue collide in a tribal themed eye. The makeup artists at Topshop, Just Cavalli & Chanel Resort 2014 were inspired by blue eye shadow, making it a profound feature. Opulent gold leaf lined the inner rims of Cara's eyes at Marchesa. She showed off metallic silver lids at Chanel Spring 2013, and purple smoked eyes at Jason Wu. A nude lip makes this trend pop.
Barely there makeup displays the youthful side to Cara's beauty. To recreate her flawless, fresh faced look, first start with a makeup primer. Then lightly mix a few drops of your moisturizer with your liquid foundation to create a more natural and less cakey finish. Use a concealer to hide any imperfections. Dust with translucent powder to set your base. Try a beige eye shadow on your lids and if you like using a liner, try brown instead. Circle an illuminator or bronzer onto the apples of your cheeks and gloss with a clear lip glass. Voila!
Bright, bold and bubblelicious lip shades are an instant makeup pick-me-up. At Diane von Furstenburg, Cara wears a deep fuchsia matt lipstick, with blown out locks. A striking shade of cherry red is seen at Jason Wu SS13. Cara is volumized with a curly coif at Marc by Marc Jacobs, in a rich red lip and little other makeup. Fendi goes dark punk for FW13 with a violet toned lip colour. Cara is pretty in a cerise pink glossy pout at Issa, with a lovely floral decked high twisted bun. Neons are not for everyone, but this hot pink hue at Giles is radiant on Cara.
Coal-black dusky lids beautifully highlight Cara's blue eyes. The ideal version of a 'smokey eye' is perfectly portrayed at DSquared and Michael Kors, while Lanvin takes it one step further. Cara wears an extreme smeared and smokey look at Chanel Couture, which is only okay if you're on the runway. Do not try this at home folks, unless you're in a goth band. What you can try, is the glamourous cat-eye as seen at Anna Sui and Dolce & Gabbana. If you have an unsteady hand, just line your upper and lower rims with a black pencil, or in the case of Rag & Bone, you can completely miss the mark and draw outside the lines. Not really.
With the wave of a makeup brush, Cara Delevingne impressively conveys any type of look, from an after-dark party princess, a classic beauty, retro chick and modern colour maiden.
Which of Cara's beauty looks is your favourite? Would you try it out?
*Images via glamour.com, style.com and Tumblr.