The 20 Products Beauty Editors Rely on Most
During fashion weeks, beauty editors have to travel from London to New York back to London before heading to Milan and Paris. That's four cities in as many weeks. Not only that, but they're running from one hot, cramped backstage environment to another. All in all, it's enough to take its toll on anyone's complexion and well-being. While backstage, waiting to be talked through one of the makeup looks (we couldn't say which show, it's all such a blur), we asked the industry's beauty editors to share the hardworking products that help get them through. Keep scrolling for the beauty and health products you need to call on during your busiest times.
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Sculpt Foundation (£9)
I have an oily/combination skin type, and although I really like a dewy-looking complexion during fashion week, I use a foundation with a more matte finish so I don't have to keep an eagle eye on the shininess of my T-zone quite so much—the models make for far more interesting viewing.
Topshop Everything Stick (£10)
Multipurpose makes sense when it comes to makeup, I can't cart a truckload of cosmetics around with me like I do usually (honestly my handbag is all makeup). This does what it says on the tin, it can be used for everything: lips, cheeks and eyes. You can't write with it though.
Caudalie Grape Water (£6)
Made from 100% grape, this refreshing mist offers a hit of instant hydration, which is great when your skin feels hot and sticky after travelling on London transport or being stuck in a centrally heated space.
What are the beauty products you rely on? Share your favourites in the comment box below.