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With Paris Fashion Week in full force, more and more pictures are starting to surface with the #ThatFace that puts the entire show together.  It’s always exciting to see what the Makeup Gurus come up with and what they strut down the runway. 

This look is being called the Gilded brows at Dior, but it’s being known more as the Brocade Brow.  Pat McGrath created this look by bleaching the brow hairs and then gluing layers of powders, glitters, and pigments until it became like a molten, roped texture.

 Chanel decided to use a technique called Brush Stroke, finger painting gone couture! Makeup Artist Peter Philips started with a black eye as the base before using his fingers to stroke on the contrasting colors under the brows, crease, and inner corners of the eyes for this almost Picasso inspired painting.

Haider Ackerman decided to go for a glittery cat eye, which I personally LOVE! Makeup Artist Stephane Marais got the inspiration of a girl who is carefree and doesn’t follow trends.

Alexis Mabille decided to go with a disheveled 50’s look inspired by the after effect of dancing too much by Makeup Artist Carole Colombani. She went for a thick cat eye with a shortened tail and an orange-red matte lipstick with rosy cheeks.

What do you guys think so far of the looks that are being showcased? Liking them? Not Haute enough? Would any of you wear any of these looks?