The bottom line
We're taking a break from trusty liquid liners this season, and the kohl pencil is back. Focus is firmly on the lower lash line, with grungy liner seen at Lanvin and Christopher Kane, whilst Stella McCartney added a flash of aquamarine along the lower lash.
This grungy, graphic look is a quick, easy way to add a pop of colour that's instantly on trend. Pair with a natural, flawless face - a sweep of peachy blusher and a nude lip is all you need to keep the focus on your striking eyes. Amp it up for night time by blending your kohl liner out with a smudger or adding some sparkle.
The bottom line
You might not have had a white Christmas but white is set to take the fashion world by storm this season. Graphic slashes of white on the upper and lower lash lines made a statement on the catwalks of Moschino, Pucci and Galliano.
This is a really versatile look. Take it high fashion with a bold, white eye liner flick, or tone it down for everyday with a dab of white eye shadow in the corner of your eyes. Either way, it'll freshen up your face and make your eyes look wider and brighter.
In a nod to the sleek, straight styles of the nineties, hair this season is super healthy-looking, super shiny and super cool. It's the revival of the straight and effortless chic - think of it as the "no make up make up" look for hair, as it's all about retro tresses with a healthy shine. The middle parting is set to stay and look out for scrunchies - they're making a come back!
Who wouldn't want a "passionate power pout"? That's how Pat McGrath described this seasons bold and beautiful lips, with daring, crimson shades hotting up the catwalks of Prada, Paul Smith and Burberry.
For a seriously show-stopping pout, line lips with a lip liner and apply a scarlet lippy before blotting with a tissue for a matte finish. For an extra nod to pop art, add a touch of white eyeliner in the cupid's bow to further accentuate the shape of the lip. Wear with a simple eye and matte foundation for a statement lip that's a great confidence booster.
In the buff
After all the fun and frivolity of Autumn/Winter's nail art, it's back to basics for nails. Natural shape and a soft, buffed finish was big on the catwalks, with Ribiero and Kaeleen adding black detail to the cuticle for a modern twist on a vintage French manicure. Add a matte topcoat to a nude beige, sheer polish for on trend, healthy looking nails that complement any outfit.
A great tip is to mix a little of an old foundation into your clear topcoat and apply over clean, shaped nails - instant on-trend, buff nails and it doesn't cost a penny!
In the buff
Give plaits a new twist this Spring: A few small braids swept into an up do, or through the mid-lengths of your hair, gives your tresses a feminine, flirty edge that's bound to turn heads. Top designers such as Marc Jacobs, House of Holland and Mulberry created pretty, spring styles by winding small braids into chic chignons.
Prepare your hair with a spritz of texturising spray and loosely braid a few stands around the crown. Gather the rest of your hair at the nape of your neck before sweeping in your braids, twisting into a bun and securing with hair grips.