"Proving that prep and excellent products have more to do with a luminous glow than make-up itself does"
If there is one beauty look that Victoria Beckham fully subscribes to for her fashion shows, it’s beautiful, fresh skin and barely-there make-up. It was no different for her autumn/winter 2020 show on Sunday, where the models’ skin was, as the designer put it “healthy and hydrated with a really beautiful, natural glow. Nothing overly complicated, just beautiful skin.”
Proving that prep and excellent products have more to do with a luminous glow than make-up itself does, Beckham invited her favourite facialist, Melanie Grant, backstage to treat the models to some restorative pampering amid the chaos of fashion month. “For me, skincare is the foundation of everything,” said Beckham. “[She] is the most incredible facialist – [we first] met over a year ago in Australia. [She] gave all of the [models] a facial before they had their make-up done, using the VB serum and Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer on top.”
Her backstage facial incorporates the new Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum
With several of the models flying in off the back of a hectic schedule of shows in New York, the recent launch of the new Victoria Beckham Beauty collaboration with Augustinus Bader proved timely. The serum is designed to optimise the skin’s barrier function, using those tried and trusted actives hyaluronic acid, niacinamide and vitamin E, as well as Bader’s unique Trigger Factor Complex, said to support the skin cell renewal process. “I used the new Power Serum to calm, hydrate and boost radiance, followed by the Priming Moisturizer,” says Grant. “It’s perfect pre-make-up.” Judging by the complexions of the models at Beckham’s show on Sunday, whose skin was luminous, it works.
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