This year's New York Fashion Week was full of models with dramatic, larger-than-life eyes, hair and nails.

In particular, Jeremy Scott's Spring/Summer 2014 show was on fire with bold eye makeup and retro hair looks. The leggy catwalkers looked like they had stepped out of a futuristic world, such as Katniss Everdeen of "Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Click through the above slideshow for zoom shots of the models' flaming eyes, poufed hair backstage, and their lethal struts down the runway.

Jeremy Scott presented models with a very revolutionary take on the classic cat eye. MAC Cosmetics lead makeup artist, Kabuki wanted to create a magenta ombre wing look, inspired by the detailing on vintage seventies muscle cars. We absolutely fell in love with this week, as did many fashion insiders. Wanna rip this runway eye look from these gorgeous models? Not to worry, the steps are super easy to follow, courtesy of The Cut.

Achieving this look is all about applying three different shadows and falsies to resemble a flame. Kabuki used touches of yellow and gold shadows toward the insider corner of the eyelid. Follow Kabuki's lead and focus on using a plum shadow like MAC Eyeshadow in Creme De Violet  to create a winged-out liner as well. And, of course, the falsies kicked the look up a notch to hotter than hot. 

To recreate the 50s style hair, British hairstylist Eugene Souleiman prepped the models for wigs using hot rollers. The team added medium-sized curlers to the jet black synthetic wigs, and then blasted them with a fabric streamer. Try Conair's Extreme Steam Handheld Garment Steamer for a similar effect. Once the hair cooled down, the curlers were removed and brushed out into a "flipped-up hairdo with side-swept bangs."

Celebrity mancurist, Pattie Yankee, outfitted the catwalker's nails with oval-shaped press-ons. Their talons were painted with nail polish shade "Void," a black hue from Pattie's signature collection.

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