7 spring beauty trends you'll love — we promise!

Devon Kelley
Assistant Beauty Editor

When designers send models down the runway, “wearability” is usually not top of mind. Beauty looks often range from extreme to totally over the top, and for that very reason, many of us don’t turn to the runway for inspiration.

But if you’re turning a blind eye to the hair, makeup, and nail looks at Fashion Week for fear of looking like a hot mess, we’ll be the first to say “not so fast.” Click through for seven beauty trends from the New York Fashion Week runways that you actually won’t hate. Promise.

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Spring 2018 beauty trends

All the runway trends that you’re guaranteed to love.

Flower-power hair

Flower crowns are over, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop wearing flowers in your hair. Here’s how it’s done.

Naeem Khan

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Marchesa

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The Blonds

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Philipp Plein

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Painterly swatches

A swipe of color applied messily across your lid is an easy way to switch up your regular look — no prior makeup skills required.

Novis

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GCDS

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Tracy Reese

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Paxyma

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A-Detacher

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Rachel Comey

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Delpozo

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Tangerine pouts

A subtle twist on your classic red that elevates any look.

Sies Marjan

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Cynthia Rowley

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Tracy Reese

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Negative-space manis

If you’re not into over-the-top nail art, this easy-to-achieve trend is perfect for you.

Creatures of Comfort

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Alice + Olivia

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Novis

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The tired-eye fix

When your eyes become a telltale sign of your exhausting week, the trick is to run with it. Darken your upper and lower lids with a neutral tone, and add a spot of brightness to the inner corners of your eyes to look wide awake.

Nicole Miller

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Adeam

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Brock Collection

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Chromat

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Toppled-over topknots

The bad hair day go-to look just got an update. Pull your topknot to the side for a look that’s modern, never basic.

Cushnie et Ochs

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Francesca Liberatore

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A-Detacher

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Berenik

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Blocky cat eyes

Your tried-and-true favorite just got graphic and bold. Switch up the shape of your cat eye for this season’s version of one elegant classic.

Jason Wu

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Jill Stuart

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Tom Ford

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Marc Jacobs

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Eugenia Kim

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