Milan Fashion Week is still going strong!

The first two days of the Italian fashion establishment were filled with statement-making makeup and beautiful updos, from come-hither, smoky eyes to fresh faces with standout brows to groovy, side chignons with sideswept bangs to Elvis-esque pompadours.

And as the top designers continue to display their masterpieces over the weekend, beauty trends are consistently being made including a modern twist on the smoky eye, gloomy, texturized layers, and luxurious locks.

Read on for the details on three bellissimo trends from day three in Milano.

Sultry, smoky eyes and bright red lips on the runways of DSquared2 and Rocco Barocco at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2010. Photos: Getty Images | AP

Total Seductress: The smoky eye is a classic makeup look that will never go out of style. And the beauty teams for DSquared2 and Rocco Barocco perfected a heavily, layered eye that was slightly faded and intensified with vivacious red pouts. Pulling the hair away from the models' faces helped to bring this intensely glamorous look to the forefront.

Tousled, hair in the face styles from Emporio Armani and Alberta Ferretti at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2010. Photos: AFP/Getty Images

Hopeless Romantic: Heavily, textured hair is a major trend on the fall runways, so it was no surprise when we spotted this look at Emporio Armani and Alberta Ferretti. The style added edge to the ultra-feminine designs, according to Guido Palau, the lead hairstylist for Redken at Ferretti. "I wanted to create a slight veil over the face and eyes with the front section for a haunted look, more Tim Burton, that still looks romantic but dark in a sinister way."

Loosely, flowing locks from Versace and Blumarine at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2010. Photos: AFP/Getty Images

Sex Bomb: The effortless, sexy hair models wore at Versace and Blumarine's Fall 2010 runway shows made our hearts feel at ease that we won't have to spend much of the season mimicking complicated 'dos. And Guido Palau, who was the mastermind behind the hair at Versace, would certainly agree. "The style is ultra sexy but natural, like you can run your hands through it," said Palau. "Kind of a relaxed, style that doesn't look too done, that gives an extra sense of lax sexiness to the Versace woman."

Read about the trends as they're made! Visit our Backstage Beauty section for the lowdown on hair and makeup, and browse our entire Fashion Week section for runway reviews, celebrity gossip, and more stylish scoops.