In past collections, designers have used sequins and crystals as face accessories, but it looks like flower faces and accents have the potential to be the new beauty accessory for Spring 2017.
Flower faces were first seen during New York Fashion Week at Rosie Assoulin’s Spring 2017 fashion presentation. Val Garland worked with MAC Cosmetics to come up with the fresh floral faced look. The flowers were delicately placed on model's eyelids, temples, and cheekbones to accessories their looks. Assoulin wanted the models to look like they had “rolled in a bed of flowers.”
Flower faces have most recently been seen this past Sunday during London Fashion Week at the Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Spring 2017 show where flowers were pressed on model's faces, neck, chests, and lips. Both fresh and dried blooms were stuck to the models with an adhesive.
Is this "floral face" taking makeup to the next level? Will this look take Coachella by storm this year? Let us know what you think about this flower accessory trend!