Blogger Tanya Burr Reveals Her Top 5 London Fashion Week Beauty Moments From Burberry Babes To Red Lips At Rihanna

Blogger Tanya Burr Reveals Her Top 5 London Fashion Week Beauty Moments From Burberry Babes To Red Lips At RihannaWhen our Digital Editor Jess Vince interviewed the A-list stars as they arrived at Burberry's Autumn Winter 2013 presentation on Monday afternoon she was thrilled to bump into blogger and regular Grazia contributor Tanya Burr as she walked the red carpet. Tanya, who is becoming a London Fashion Week regular, had the opportunity to quiz the makeup artists and hair stylists backstage at the show and loved the golden natural look seen on models including Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Edie Campbell.

The beauty blogger was also in town on Sunday to attend the Mulberry show and sit front row (alongside the likes of Kate Bosworth and Daisy Lowe) at Topshop Unique wearing a green Topshop dress, Kurt Geiger heels and a belt from Urban Outfitters.

While Tanya usually gives us a guide to how to achieve a celebrity makeup look from Emma Stone's winged eyeliner to Olivia Palermo's natural rosy complexion, we thought this week it would be great to get a rundown of her beauty highlights from the London Fashion Week catwalk. Unsurprisingly Burberry was a firm favourite, but scroll down for her other top makeup moments...

 

1. Burberry

'I always love the make-up at Burberry and this year the girls were absolutely beautiful with a really Golden natural look.'

2. Mulberry

'The team used lots of kohl liner through the bottom lashes to give a really defined and doll like look, and a soft smoky eyeshadow blended around the eyes. I love how feminine this look was - and I loved the poodles on the runway too!'

3. Topshop Unique

Blogger Tanya Burr Reveals Her Top 5 London Fashion Week Beauty Moments From Burberry Babes To Red Lips At Rihanna

'The modes wore shimmery blue shadow all around the eye - such an original and eye catching look.'

4. Rihanna for River Island

Blogger Tanya Burr Reveals Her Top 5 London Fashion Week Beauty Moments From Burberry Babes To Red Lips At Rihanna

'I’ve always been a fan of the red lip and this was made the main focus point of the beauty look with the rest of the makeup left very natural.'

5. Tom Ford

Blogger Tanya Burr Reveals Her Top 5 London Fashion Week Beauty Moments From Burberry Babes To Red Lips At Rihanna

'The warm and strong smoky eye was extra interesting because the artists gave it a glossy effect. The colours were beautiful and you could totally wear this as a party look.'



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