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Click through for the boldest beauty looks from Couture Week.
Jean Paul Gaultier
To mirror the theme of the collection, makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds created an electric blue and black eye reminiscent of an iridescent butterfly wing.
Viktor & Rolf
This epic frizzy hairstyle is quite the departure from the sleek buns that these ballerina dancers-turned-models are likely used to.
Giorgio Armani Prive
Yet another compelling reason to wear blue eyeshadow this spring.
Alexis Mabille
This simple sweep of pearly white shadow is decidedly bold.
Inspired by the collection's bejeweled sneakers, makeup artist Peter Philips glued glitter under the eyes while keeping the rest of the look classic.
From the cartoonish headwear to the asymmetrical extensions and imperfect makeup, it seems as if the beauty looks at Schiaperelli could have been plucked from the mind of Tim Burton.
Giambattista Valli
Though perhaps too intense for everyday life, the eye makeup at Giambattista Valli still offers a useful lesson: Use a strong, graphic eye to contrast a ladylike outfit.