From Rihanna to the Ferragni sisters, the beauty looks of the guests at Paris Fashion Week A / W 2022-23 - iO Donna

From Rihanna to the Ferragni sisters, the beauty looks of the guests at Paris Fashion Week A / W 2022-23 – iO Donna

Pbefore the show begins, guests and well-known faces from the world of fashion and beauty are immortalized on the front rows of the fashion shows. Flashes that are a small beauty contest and show details of style, hairstyles and changes of look that dictate the trends of the coming months.

After Milan, also a Paris is taking place the Fall Winter 2022/23 Fashion Week. And Rihanna, now inevitable at every show, at Ferragni sisters here are the beauty look more beautiful than the guests.

Beauty look guests Paris Fashion Week autumn-winter 22/23

The undisputed queen is Rihanna

The undisputed queen of the Fashion Week season was without a doubt the singer Rihanna: extreme, fashion and absolutely out of the ordinary, the founder from Fenty Beauty left everyone speechless, show after showeven braving the freezing temperatures of Paris with the belly exposed.

The look sported by Rihanna at the Dior show

All the beauty looks have been created with her products Fenty, creating modern make-up reminiscent of the cult TV series of Gen Z Euphoria, fra lilac eyeshadows, graphic eyeliner and extra dark lips – as the 2022 trend wants.

As for the hair, on the other hand, go ahead at mermaid waves with baby hair defined around the facea detail that really likes, not only her.

Baby hair of diamonds, the choice of Valentina Ferragni

Also Valentina Ferragni left her mark during her presence at Paris Fashion Week A / W 22-23 alongside his sister and super influencer, Chiara Ferragni.

The two It Girl in the last few weeks they have sported make-up and hairstyles treated by the skilled hands of theirs trusted make-up artist Manuele Mameli. But it was the beauty look proposed by Valentina for the show of Dior to have left the “world of social media” breathless.

As in the case of Rihanna, she too has chosen to style hers baby hair but this time embellishing them and applying small crystals and diamonds on them, giving all the hairstyle a almost translucent wet look, also thanks to the drying move sleek and the hair brought back with a lot of gel.

Beauty look guests Paris, the anti-aging hair by Demi Moore and Carla Bruni

As for the “over” delegation present at the fashion shows, nothing to envy to the very young, indeed, only style lessons to be given as in the case of Demi Moore and Carla Bruni.

Carla Bruni and Demi Moore at Paris Fashion Week A / W 22-23

In fact, both have chosen two ideal looks to rejuvenate the face and make it immediately appear more lifted and toned.

Madame Sarkozy stays true to hers frangia botoxrenamed in this way precisely because it lightens the mandibular profile and highlights the cheekbones.

Demi Moore, on the other hand, continues to show off her iconic raven black hair which, however, does not weigh down her face – risk always around the corner with this nuance. Thanks to the brightness of the long glossy, indeed, it is all a glow.

All blond, with Anya Taylor-Joy and Lila Moss

For the Dior show, the leading actress of the Netflix TV series “The Queen of Chess” Anya Taylor-Joy chose a 60s-style hairlook.

I long platinum blonde hair they were in fact left loose and styled with a elegant black ribbon worn like a headband. Also very elegant in make-up: it is the gaze that is the protagonist, with very long lashes and black pencil, applied both in the upper and lower lines of the eye.

Lila Moss and Iris Law at singer Bakar’s after show during Paris Fashion Week

Another very blonde in the front row, after having walked for Versace during Milan Fashion Week, Lila Mossdaughter of supermodel Kate, made her appearance on singer Bakar’s after show with a Californian blond hair, bright and with warm shades, styled in a modern low chignon.

At his side, nothing less than Iris Law, also very blonde but still “in love” with her extra short and shaved cut.


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