Runway Beauty Trends and Their Pop Culture Counterparts

Runway hair and makeup looks - and their pop culture counterparts

Swept-Out Eye Shadow and Stained Lips

Whether you wear them separately or together, elongated eye shadow and berry-tinted lips are in for fall. On the Christian Dior catwalk, models like Siri Tollerød (shown at left) wore an emboldened version of this winning combo, recollecting the makeup style of '30s Hollywood star Mae West.

Tidy Side-Pony

Milly by Michelle Smith has favored the side-pony for two seasons in a row, and it's no wonder-the hairstyle is preppy yet sophisticated (sort of like Blair Waldorf's 'do on Gossip Girl.)

Pompadour Updo

Described as a masculine, androgynous look by coif-creator Sam Knight, the chic updos at Fendi were Duckie-licious.

Black Latex and Red Lips

The two go hand in hand-at least if you're planning on strutting Karl Lagerfeld's runway or purring your way into Batman's arms.

Brushed-Back Pouf

Peggy Bundy's smoothed-over bouffant may have elicited laughs on Married With Children, but it got a glamorous makeover on Nina Ricci's catwalk, courtesy of mane master Guido Palau.

Sculpted Pinned-Under Strands

Maybe it was Melanie's well-structured hairstyle that helped her snag Scarlett O'Hara's beloved Ashley (it sure stole the spotlight at the Loewe show!).

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