Date: September 14, 2016 

                     Editor: Jacqueline Laurean Yates

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7 Tips for Getting Runway-Ready Skin, According to Experts

            

 

We’d love to see bold lips for fall, a full-on flutter of lashes for special occasions, and dashes of sparkle during the holidays. But one thing is for sure: The no-makeup makeup trend isn’t going anywhere. Season after season, more designers are requesting less makeup on the models and placing a laser focus on healthy, glowing skin. Just take Opening Ceremony’s Fall 2016 show for example. Models were given the ultimate skin treatment with a combination of high-performing products, such as peels, masks, and super-potent creams, all sponsored by Dr. Jart+. The end result was gorgeous, radiant complexions.

 

We’d love to see bold lips for fall, a full-on flutter of lashes for special occasions, and dashes of sparkle during the holidays. But one thing is for sure: The no-makeup makeup trend isn’t going anywhere. Season after season, more designers are requesting less makeup on the models and placing a laser focus on healthy, glowing skin. Just take Opening Ceremony’s Fall 2016 show for example. Models were given the ultimate skin treatment with a combination of high-performing products, such as peels, masks, and super-potent creams, all sponsored by Dr. Jart+. The end result was gorgeous, radiant complexions.

Ready to look as superb as the models walking on the runways? You’re in luck! We tag-teamed some of the skin gurus behind the scenes at Fashion Week and found out exactly how they consistently keep every face in formation. Read on for best skin care tips straight from the pros!

Common Mistakes to Avoid

New York-based dermatologist Macrene Alexiades works with many of IMG’s top models as early as July and August to get their skin prepped and ready for the big September designer shows. So, as one would imagine, she typically gets a chance to see everything from the good to the not-so-good skin care habits many models pick up. “They try to use at-home remedies such as retanoids, thinking they will clear their skin, but they end up with red peeling skin,” she explains. “Avoid trying to be your own skin doctor. Instead, get ready ahead of time with a trusted and proven regimen that works for you, and stick with it. Consistency is key.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 16, 2016 by Macrene Alexiades