June 02, 2021

The Best Beauty Street Style Looks From Afterpay Australian Fashion Week

All the wearable beauty inspo you could ever need.

Both on and off the runway, the beauty looks at this year’s Afterpay Australian Fashion Week have been extraordinary. Whether it’s fresh-faced makeup, a bold lip, sleek buns or ‘wafted’ waves, it seems that being forced to skip last year’s event due to Covid-19 has put everyone’s creativity into overdrive. 

With models, influencers, celebrities and editors alike hitting the concrete at Carriageworks with a newfound passion for the joy that the fashion industry can bring, it seemed only natural that the beauty looks were just as inspired. Here, we roundup the best beauty street style looks from each day so you, too, can leave the house looking ready for the front row.

Day 1

Fresh-faced and undone, day one saw the trendsetters embrace their natural beauty—and we’re all for it. 

Influencer and creative Sarah Ellen showed off her new ’70s-shag hairstyle while supermodel Georgia Fowler turned heads in her voluminous hair look outside of Jordan Dalah Studio. Our very own founder and editor-in-chief Eleanor Pendleton and model Bella Thomas were also on the same page, both nailing their perfectly undone bob and barely-there makeup for the day of back-to-back shows. We also can’t get enough of Yan Yan Chan’s blunt half-bob cut (which only she could pull off) and Victoria Lee’s classic coral makeup.

 

Day 2

Warm-toned eye makeup, sleek hair and loose waves, day two was a feast for the eyes in more ways than one. 

Having closed the incredible Bondi Born show the day before, model Tahnee Atkinson looked effortless in her sleek bun. Bella Thomas opted for the slicked back look as well, adding an orange eye for a pop of colour. Blogger and founder of The Un/Done, Sara Crampton, led the blow wave pack with her loose curls while model Charlee Fraser kept her modern mullet looking polished with a ’70s flick. 

 

Day 3

Bold lips, fluffy waves and buns at the nape of the neck, day three saw the beauty looks take centre stage (or should we say, runway).

Nailing her model-off-duty look with her sleek bun and glowing skin, model Shimma Marie looked effortlessly chic as she walked into Carriageworks. Influencers Cartia Mallan and Ashton Wood led the pack of fluffy waves and curtain bangs while model Montana Cox turned heads in her bold lip and blunt bob.

 

Day 4

A rainy day called for low-key beauty looks that could withstand a dash to the front row with our without an umbrella.

Influencer Yan Yan Chan braved the rain with an undone approach to her half-bob cut, while stylist Emma Kalfus made us want to get sweepy-straight bangs. Fellow stylist Natalie Petrevski proved a bold brow is all you need to top off a polished look.

 

Day 5

Neutral lips, tonged waves and curtain bangs were all looks spotted on the final day of Fashion Week.

On day five, the street style set pulled out all the stops, with Gritty Pretty’s founder and editor-in-chief Eleanor Pendleton showcasing what the perfect tonged wave looks like IRL. Our very own beauty director, Danielle Gay, wore French-girl curtain bangs with a tousled wave, while Kate Waterhouse’s neutral lip proved to be a hit. Models Bella Thomas and Shimma Marie proved the latter was a trend with their own takes on the subtle makeup approach.

Day 1

Fresh-faced and undone, day one saw the trendsetters embrace their natural beauty—and we’re all for it. 

Influencer and creative Sarah Ellen showed off her new ’70s-shag hairstyle while supermodel Georgia Fowler turned heads in her voluminous hair look outside of Jordan Dalah Studio. Our very own founder and editor-in-chief Eleanor Pendleton and model Bella Thomas were also on the same page, both nailing their perfectly undone bob and barely-there makeup for the day of back-to-back shows. We also can’t get enough of Yan Yan Chan’s blunt half-bob cut (which only she could pull off) and Victoria Lee’s classic coral makeup.

 

Day 2

Warm-toned eye makeup, sleek hair and loose waves, day two was a feast for the eyes in more ways than one. 

Having closed the incredible Bondi Born show the day before, model Tahnee Atkinson looked effortless in her sleek bun. Bella Thomas opted for the slicked back look as well, adding an orange eye for a pop of colour. Blogger and founder of The Un/Done, Sara Crampton, led the blow wave pack with her loose curls while model Charlee Fraser kept her modern mullet looking polished with a ’70s flick. 

 

Day 3

Bold lips, fluffy waves and buns at the nape of the neck, day three saw the beauty looks take centre stage (or should we say, runway).

Nailing her model-off-duty look with her sleek bun and glowing skin, model Shimma Marie looked effortlessly chic as she walked into Carriageworks. Influencers Cartia Mallan and Ashton Wood led the pack of fluffy waves and curtain bangs while model Montana Cox turned heads in her bold lip and blunt bob.

 

Day 4

A rainy day called for low-key beauty looks that could withstand a dash to the front row with our without an umbrella.

Influencer Yan Yan Chan braved the rain with an undone approach to her half-bob cut, while stylist Emma Kalfus made us want to get sweepy-straight bangs. Fellow stylist Natalie Petrevski proved a bold brow is all you need to top off a polished look.

 

Day 5

Neutral lips, tonged waves and curtain bangs were all looks spotted on the final day of Fashion Week.

On day five, the street style set pulled out all the stops, with Gritty Pretty’s founder and editor-in-chief Eleanor Pendleton showcasing what the perfect tonged wave looks like IRL. Our very own beauty director, Danielle Gay, wore French-girl curtain bangs with a tousled wave, while Kate Waterhouse’s neutral lip proved to be a hit. Models Bella Thomas and Shimma Marie proved the latter was a trend with their own takes on the subtle makeup approach.

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