6 Models Share Their Skin-Care Survival Secrets

Photo by: Fairchild Archive

CARA DELEVINGNE:

What's your skin-care survival strategy?

"I've been using a lot of natural products. There's a really amazing shop called Live Live & Organic on

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Photo by: Fairchild Archive

CARA DELEVINGNE:

What's your skin-care survival strategy?

"I've been using a lot of natural products. There's a really amazing shop called Live Live & Organic on East Tenth Street that sells all-natural products. They have this stuff called Bee Yummy Skin Food cream, which just has honey, bee pollen, water, and St. John's Wort oil. It's very natural, which is what I need for my skin."

What's in your bag?

Anastasia eyebrow gel and a Tangle Teezer hairbrush less 
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Thu, Feb 14, 2013 4:02 PM EST
Ally Betker, Vogue

They may spend their days playing dress up in the industry's most beautiful clothes, but models endure wear and tear on their skin during Fashion Week that is anything but glamorous. In the makeup chair, they're dabbed, dipped, and smeared with product, only to be stripped clean and done all over again at the next show. "You might have makeup put on and taken off seven times a day," says Karlie Kloss, perched backstage at Carolina Herrera. Like many of her peers, she has developed a survival strategy that revolves largely around cleansing, calming, and hydrating her sensitive skin. Here, six of our favorite backstage faces share their guide to complexion perfection-along with a few of the all-around beauty products they won't leave home without.


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