Is blue lipstick and eyeshadow a trend?

Is blue lipstick and eyeshadow a trend?

Jacflash owner Jaclyn Genovese, FDCC president Robin Kay, stylist Dwayne Kennedy and publicist Kate Mullin (Images: Stefania Yarhi) 

We couldn’t help but notice that Toronto has turned a little blue lately (and we don’t mean the Anyone But Ford contingent). First, models at Philip Sparks’s fashion presentation sported icy eyeshadow harking back to the leg warmer and shoulder pad days of the 1980s. (In Saturday’s Globe, Maggie Wrobel touted indigo shades.) And then at Amanda Lew Kee’s show on Friday, models wore baby blue lipstick—a look we also noticed on the designer’s supporters, including Robin Kay.

Amanda Lew Kee with models at her show; a model at Philip Sparks's presentation (Images: Jenna Marie Wakani) 

It’s not a look we’d try unless our Halloween costume was I Just Made Out With a Member of the Blue Man Group. We’ll put it to you, readers. Is blue going to happen?