Pyer Moss' avant-garde hot roller chic

Bed head has never looked so fabulous. The hot roller cape that graced the runway was among the biggest showstoppers of the week, and was just one of many incredible (and tongue-in-cheek) creations by the House celebrating black innovation.

Iris Van Herpen's prismatic water manicure

You may recognise these fantastical nail sculptures as the work of Eichi Matsunaga, the conceptual 3D nail artist whose work has been worn by the likes of artists such as Doja Cat and Bjork.

Chanel's romantic, braided faux-hawks

Hair bows are back this season in a big way, and Chanel's punk-meets-romance faux hawks were the perfect re-introduction.

Viktor & Rolf's Elizabethan updo

Dewy skin, full brows, and nude lips may not have been en vogue in the Elizabethan era, but this structural bouffant updo certainly would have been.

Jean-Paul Gaultier's interstellar face art

Echoing the dress motifs designed by tattoo artist Dr Woo, these interstellar temporary tattoos painted by lead makeup artist Diane Kendal proved that face painting isn't just for kids.

Giambattista Valli's literal hair bows

Lady Gaga in her early career called: She approves. These sculptural hair creations by Odile Gilbert revisited the 2009 hair trend from a fresh lens. Other highlights from the presentation include beehive-pigtail hybrids secured with less literal hair bows.

Dior's intense undereye liner

One new way to wear the coloured liner trend? Focus it on your bottom lashline for an intense graphic eye that is bound to turn heads, just as this look did at Dior's AW21 show. Better yet, pair it with sleek, slicked-down strands for maximum impact.

Hair bows, velcro rollers, and face painting: All the beauty highlights from Paris Couture Week AW21

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