Beauty Products only Fashion Models Use

We’re not going to beat around the bush, our eventual goal in life is to have the magnificent skin of a fashion model and we know very well that it’s aspiring. But here is a top-secret that these ladies aren’t just born looking that good . . OK, maybe they were, but they still have to work at retaining it.

Fashion models know all about the top beauty buys because they work with the top hairstylists, aestheticians, and makeup artists in the fashion industry. We’d even say that the professional posers are almost as informed as beauty editors about the newest product innovations — almost. Here, you’ll find a list of the best makeup removers, most efficient acne solutions, and most moisturizing deep conditioners.

Makeup Forever Face & Body Liquid Makeup

Models don’t only save their dewy, glowing skin for the runway, so you can bet they stock up on hydrating products. Mari Agory applies one layer of makeup Forever Face & Body Liquid to perfect her skin.

Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes

After hours of being dolled up backstage, Leomie loves taking off the day with Simple cleansing wipes. It’s ideal for those nights when you’re too lethargic to completely rinse your face.

The Body Shop Aloe Soothing Gel

Knowing the accurate product to soothe your delicate skin can be challenging. Anna Cholewa recommends using soothing aloe gel to calm the skin, especially after a long day of work. Apply it before your moisturizer or leave it on as a mask!

Organic Coconut Oil

Even fashion models are obsessed with coconut oil. Lula Kenfe keeps her skin baby soft before a show by moisturizing with it after the bath.

Cucumbers Soothing Eye Gel

To avoid puffy, tired eyes on and off the runway, Iriha Kruchenko opts for a cooling eye gel. Blob some on under your eyes when you need an afternoon refresh.

Wei Golden Root Purifying Mud Mask

You’ll almost always catch model Grace Simmons bald-faced. And to maintain a clear makeup-free skin she swears by clay masks. When she needs an extra lift of exfoliation, she adds in grains of sand from her farm in Australia.

Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers

Even models suffer from the occasional oil slick! Carry these blotting papers to stay shine free on the go.


You can’t go backstage anywhere during Fashion Week without hearing about Bioderma Créaline H2O. The models love it, and the makeup artists can’t live without having it in their must have product’s list. Literally, it’s at each station. It is basically an all-rounder because it takes off all eye, face, and lip makeup without irritating skin or leaving skin excessively oily.