Celiné you can keep your super-duper dark brows and tangerine eyeshadow, when it comes to runway make up it's the less-is-more approach that stops me in my tracks. Case in point, the Tom Pecheux make up at Balmain. The make up artist admitted that he did little more than apply concealer (only where needed), curled the lashes, and dusted powder across foreheads to take down shine. But what Pecheux skipped on the make up front, he more than made up for with skin care.
He started by massaging a combination of Estée Lauder DayWear Advanced Multi-Protection Anti-Oxidant Moisturizer and Revitalizing Supreme Crème into skin then finished off with Idealist Pore Minimizing Skin Refinisher for a fresh-as-a-daisy finish.
Now, if these flawless mugs aren't enough to have you rushing out to buy these products, I hate to be the one to inform you of this, but you may be dead.