Iconic makeup artist Pat McGrath was the behind the bold beauty look for Prada, which included dramatic black arcs under the brow bone and white pigments in the corners of the eye. For lips, McGrath choose a velvety matte lipstick with intense pigmentation.
Gold-painted lips, dewy skin and brushed up brows created an abstract and magical look at the Anteprima show.
Makeup artist Benjamin Puckey swiped white eyeliner in a parabola shape across the lids, leaving the rest of the face bare.
Ice blue eyeshadow was dusted around the models' eyes for the Tiziana Guardini show. The rest of the look was kept minimal with glossy lips, as all the attention focused on the accessory - blue wire fashioned into a head piece.
For the Angel Chen show, a palette of pastel watercolours were blended beneath the eyes, with a blue hue under the lash line and yellow brushed out towards the temples.
Inspired by Spanish art and culture, the Moschino show was full of colour, pattern and homage. Strokes of paint were brushed into the models' hair in shades of yellow, pink, blue, green and red, which were offset by a classic red lip and sleek cat eye.
Makeup artist Tom Pecheux packed powder blue eyeshadow across the lid and made a contrasting statement with dark matte lipstick. The models' hair were done in Wednesday Addams-style plaits to create the perfect goth look.
Makeup reminiscent of the TV show Euphoria hit the Fendi runway, with smudged eyeliner and glitter dripping under the eyes.