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New York Fashion Week: 7 Beauty Looks We Love

The Asymmetrical Pony

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Spotted at: Creatures of the Wind

Get the look: With this beachy-glam ponytail created by hairstylist Odile Gilbert for Kérastase, no one will think you're heading to the gym. The stylist created textured waves all over before gathering in a ponytail at the nape of the neck and leaving out a large section of hair on one side.

Must-have product: Kérastase Mousse Bouffante Volumizing Mousse ($36;

Photo: Kérastase

Glitter Ombré Nails

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Spotted at: Nicole Miller

Get the look: It seems that neither glitter nor ombré is going anywhere anytime soon. Butter London's global color ambassador Katie Jane Hughes created what she calls a “glitterfall" by layering two different shades of glittery polish. First up, an all-over coat of glitzy gold. Then Hughes painted just the tips with sparkly black lacquer and blended the two shades together mid-nail.

Must-have products: Butter London Nail Lacquer in The 444 (gold) and The Black Knight ($15;

Photo: Butter London

Super-Lush Brows

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Spotted at: Richard Chai

Get the look: Ladies, put down the tweezers. It's time to get growing. Spring 2014 will call for full, well-defined arches. Makeup artist James Kaliardos let the models' thick, shapely brows stand out on this otherwise minimal look.

Must-have product: Maybelline Master Shape Brow Pencil ($8; will help you fake the look now.

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Deep Berry Lips

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Spotted at: Nicole Miller

Get the look: In a season full of pale, pastel clothing, this vibrant violet lip made quite the statement. It seems that MAC makeup artist James Kaliardos meant to push the envelope: iconic rebel Marie Antoinette inspired the bold but elegant look.

Must-have product: MAC Lipstick in Violetta ($15;

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Rock 'N Roll Waves

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Spotted at: Jill Stuart

Get the look: The inspiration behind this hair: a rock star's girlfriend on holiday, stylist Gilbert said of these beachy-but-grungy, Kate Moss-esque waves. To make them, Gilbert added texture with mousse and dry shampoo. She then created a zig-zag center part and curled hair with a large barrel curling iron just through the mid-lengths of hair and loosened the waves with her fingers.

Must-have product: Kérastase Powder Bluff Texturizing Dry Shampoo ($36;

Photo: Kérastase

Messy Topknot

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Spotted at: Kate Spade

Get the look: Attention bun heads: This is the season to loosen up. To create this not-so-perfect knot, hairstylist Tommy Buckett for Garnier Fructis roughed up hair with a texturizer before gathering into a high ponytail. He then wrapped ends into a loose bun and pinned into place. The final touch: Buckett pulled out a few, intentional flyways.

Must-have product: Garnier Fructis Surfer Style Hair Power Putty ($6;

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Window Pane Nails

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Spotted at: Tracy Reese

Get the look: Now this is nail art that even the novice can handle. Manicurist Tracylee for Sally Hansen came up with this grid-like design to play off the gingham in Reese's collection. The bright base colors (green, blue, and coral) won't be available until March, but you can easily re-create these crossed lines on top of any shade using a thin-tipped polish pen.

Must-have product: Sally Hansen Nail Art Pen in Black ($8;

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