From creating unforgettable runway looks to helming her , is a make-up icon for the ages. McGrath is known for using bright colours, creating flawless skin, and adding something extra to spice up a look, including Swarovski crystals and feathers for eyebrows. On the make-up mogul's 53rd birthday, click through to see McGrath's most memorable looks on the runway and beyond.
This Egyptian influenced collection is enhanced by the Cleopatra-esque glitter make-up.
Then-creative director John Galliano wanted to mimic the texture and look of gilded brocades from Asia. The look was enhanced with this editorial level make-up.
The daring make-up brought a rockers edge to this very glam collection.
Enhanced by the bold-coloured eyebrow, this simple look screams futuristic vibes.
The first Dior couture show with John Galliano received subpar fashion reviews but the make-up looks were praised by critics.
McGrath chose to focus on the eye as the main feature for the look. Model's eyelids were painted with a reflective, bold silver shadow.
Electric blue lashes are unexpected, enhancing this collection and adding an urban edge.
The fragile and feminine looks on the runway contrasted well with a strong, thick cat-eye.
McGrath slipped into the dark side with this Burgundy smoky eye and invisible brows.
The focus for this look was a bright, pouty lip covered in crystals.
These owl-like, bushy brows bring the punk from the clothing into the face.
Only a little concealer was used for this make-up look because the crystal piercings were meant to steal the show.
Models were sent down the runway with hunchbacks and bright, clown painted faces.
This is McGrath's take on the 1982 sci-fi movie Liquid Sky.
The make-up for this collection screams Wednesday Adams.
McGrath takes on Bowie for this collection and she nails it.
Who knew face masks could be so chic?
An eccentric gold lip was the centrepiece for this look.
A blue eye and a bold lip makes for a dramatic look.
Like past Margiela shows that McGrath did, no two models were the same. We are obsessed with Bella's look.
The metallic feature brings texture to a structured, graphic eye.
McGrath takes inspiration from her past look from 2004 Dior Couture with this Cleopatra look on Kim Kardashian.
We need to try this bold coloured and Swarovski studded cat eye.
McGrath went with simple make-up but added an eccentric flame to random models who walked the show.