backstage beauty | kansas city fashion week night one | kansas city fashion week spring 2013 | kansas city, missouri

kansas city fashion week backstage beauty no human intentions silver screen

Beauty looks from night one of Kansas City Fashion Week’s third season on the catwalks of KC featured bold color choices for eyes, hair and lips.

From locks adorned with horns to fishtail braids on electric blue hair, designers and their beauty teams stopped at nothing to shock and inspire.

Below are a few of my favorite beauty looks from Thursday night’s show.

You can get see more exclusive shots from Kansas City Fashion Week on my Twitter page as well as on the KC Fashion Week Twitter page! Don’t forget to check out my Facebook page for additional photos from the shows, and look for the *real* photographer pics on the KC Fashion Week Facebook page!

kansas city fashion week backstage beauty no human intentions silver screen

{After spotting this beauty from across the room, I eased through a maze of models to snap her. No Human Intentions designer Nikki Fizer and the beauty team from Silver Screen know how to command attention!}

kansas city fashion week backstage beauty andrea marie long designs ashley nelson studios team

{Andrea Marie Long Designs and the beauty team from Ashley Nelson Studios were bold with color, sending uniform blue-haired and blue-lipped ladies down the runway.}

kansas city fashion week american trash model thomas schubert

{Talk about being in the right place at the right time: I helped model Thomas Schubert apply his dark, moody lipstick before the American Trash show at Kansas City Fashion Week.}

kansas city fashion week backstage beauty red hair

{Intense red color + intense braids brings interest and freshness to a chic French twist updo.}

kansas city fashion week backstage beauty edgy hair

{Shaved sides, bold brows, geometric eyes and ultra-teased bedhead makes for a rock-n-roll look that makes you say, “I want to be her.”}


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