1. Fresh-faced beauty

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Saint Laurent kicked things off on the opening day with a bare-faced beauty look that centered on glowing skin, under-eye highlighter and unbrushed eyebrows.

2. Into the blue

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Maison Margiela went bold and colorful as always, opting for a two-tone, color-blocked winged eye, paired with fluorescent orange lashes for extra impact.

3. White out

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Kenzo was the latest house to adopt the growing trend for oblong eyeshadow, painting an opaque white hue across the models' lids.

4. You glow, girl

000_m88r0.7eab4150455.original.jpgManish Arora took an abstract route, decorating the models with facial beads dotted around the eyes and forehead.

5. The eyes have it

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Balmain, meanwhile, channelled a sexy vibe, pairing plaits close to the head with a graphic cat eye.

6. Larger than life

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At Rick Owens it was the unusual headgear, rather than the bare-faced beauty look, that caught the eye. 

7. Romance's not dead

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Chloe teamed romantic waves with smudged winged eyeliner, for a result that was both innocent and provocative.

8. Razor-sharp

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Alexis Mabille showcased a sleek vibe, thanks to razor-sharp side parts and a holographic gold and green eyeshadow.

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