March 2, 2013

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

Beauty looks from night two of Kansas City Fashion Week ranged from simple and refined to loud and out there (all in good ways!).

Cheers to the beauty teams who showcased their best (hair) tailoring and (makeup) color coordination — us beauty fanatics in Kansas City are definitely watching you!

Below are a few of my favorite backstage beauty looks from Kansas City Fashion Week night two. What are yours?

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 blue bird apparel

{Blue Bird Apparel models got the half-punk, half-princess treatment with cascading curls to the side anchored by tight braids.}

kansas city fashion week backstage beauty night 2

{This look was pure romance. From the long, flirty lashes to the soft waves lightly colored in blue, this approach to runway beauty could easily be taken to the concrete catwalks of Kansas City.}

sleek ponytails and red lips backstage beauty kansas city fashion week

{I appreciated the restraint in this look. A sleek, low pony with hair wrapped around the band kept the look simple yet refreshing. Bold lips and brows coupled with light eye makeup proves just how fresh timeless beauty looks can feel.}

hair updos kansas city fashion week backstage beauty

{From intricate to old-world glamour, these two updos played with texture and softness in a way that wasn’t too formal.}

big hair house of cochon kansas city fashion week beauty

{House of Cochon had its models embrace the “big hair, don’t care” mentality with these voluminous tresses in electric shades. Approve.}

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