I use Bumble and bumble’s Quenching shampoo and conditioner during Fashion Week because my hair gets tortured. And after I get my hair colored, I always use the Quenching Masque because it helps undo the damage. I used it a lot after I got my hair bleached for Marc Jacobs’ spring 2010 show—and again last season, when I got it bleached in Paris. When I'm not working a lot or doing shows, I usually just buy infusium 23 at the drugstore. It works really well.

I use Bumble and bumble’s Quenching shampoo and conditioner during Fashion Week because my hair gets tortured. And after I get my hair colored, I always use the Quenching Masque because it helps undo the damage. I used it a lot after I got my hair bleached for Marc Jacobs’ spring 2010 show—and again last season, when I got it bleached in Paris. When I'm not working a lot or doing shows, I usually just buy infusium 23 at the drugstore. It works really well.

During Fashion Week, I’m getting makeup on and off my face all day. It can be tough on my skin so I use a lot of moisturizer and masks to help rejuvenate it. I especially like masks because they’re relaxing—I use the Estée Lauder Re-Nutriv one. I also drink a lot of water, and orange juice for vitamin C. I’m so busy during the day with shows that I don’t have a lot of time to eat, so I just make sure to always stay hydrated!

During Fashion Week, I’m getting makeup on and off my face all day. It can be tough on my skin so I use a lot of moisturizer and masks to help rejuvenate it. I especially like masks because they’re relaxing—I use the Estée Lauder Re-Nutriv one. I also drink a lot of water, and orange juice for vitamin C. I’m so busy during the day with shows that I don’t have a lot of time to eat, so I just make sure to always stay hydrated!

I have this Vitamin C moisturizer by Bliss that’s really cool and works well. I use it every day, whenever my skin feels dry—sometimes I’ll even take out the jar on the subway!

I have this Vitamin C moisturizer by Bliss that’s really cool and works well. I use it every day, whenever my skin feels dry—sometimes I’ll even take out the jar on the subway!

Moisturizer is the most important thing—I moisturize every morning and every night. I have the Yves Saint Laurent one. It’s not too greasy and doesn’t leave my skin shiny. Makeup remover is also important, especially during Fashion Week. I like Bioderma’s because it’s really gentle and perfect for taking off makeup in between shows.

Moisturizer is the most important thing—I moisturize every morning and every night. I have the Yves Saint Laurent one. It’s not too greasy and doesn’t leave my skin shiny. Makeup remover is also important, especially during Fashion Week. I like Bioderma’s because it’s really gentle and perfect for taking off makeup in between shows.

Put it on before bedtime and wake up to a plump, baby-smooth pout | Sara Happ Lip balm

Put it on before bedtime and wake up to a plump, baby-smooth pout | Sara Happ Lip balm

In the morning, I always make sure to wash my face with a salicylic acid cleanser and moisturize with a combination of lotion and Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair. I know it’s supposed to be used at night but I like putting it on for daytime because it makes my skin look dewy and glowing!  I also use the Advanced Night Repair before I go to bed—during Fashion Week my skin gets really cracked and sensitive with all the touching and rubbing that happens when putting makeup on and taking it…

In the morning, I always make sure to wash my face with a salicylic acid cleanser and moisturize with a combination of lotion and Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair. I know it’s supposed to be used at night but I like putting it on for daytime because it makes my skin look dewy and glowing! I also use the Advanced Night Repair before I go to bed—during Fashion Week my skin gets really cracked and sensitive with all the touching and rubbing that happens when putting makeup on and taking it…

I wash my face with Yves Rocher foaming cleanser, or Cetaphil. I use Clé de Peau eye treatment for under my eyes, and I use this before I go to bed, for your lashes: MD Lash. Another good eye thing is Euoko R-31 Eye contour brightening gel; it goes under concealer to stop it from getting flakey. Especially in the winter, I love moisturizer, and Embryolisse is great. I’ve been using Rodin oil for a while, and 3Lab Hydra Day SPF 20. I use Lancer Repair AM PM Nourishment and By Terry Baume de…

I wash my face with Yves Rocher foaming cleanser, or Cetaphil. I use Clé de Peau eye treatment for under my eyes, and I use this before I go to bed, for your lashes: MD Lash. Another good eye thing is Euoko R-31 Eye contour brightening gel; it goes under concealer to stop it from getting flakey. Especially in the winter, I love moisturizer, and Embryolisse is great. I’ve been using Rodin oil for a while, and 3Lab Hydra Day SPF 20. I use Lancer Repair AM PM Nourishment and By Terry Baume de…

Lucas’ Papaw Ointment is really good for hands, or on dry skin. Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion works really well for me too. Aquaphor is good in the winter—you know when it is really cold and your lips crack? It’s good if you have a dry patch of skin. My mother swears by Eucerin and Cetaphil—I use it to wash my face and take off makeup. I use Roberts’ toner sometimes; it’s really cool. I got it from a store called Brook Farm in Williamsburg—it’s just rose water.

Lucas’ Papaw Ointment is really good for hands, or on dry skin. Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion works really well for me too. Aquaphor is good in the winter—you know when it is really cold and your lips crack? It’s good if you have a dry patch of skin. My mother swears by Eucerin and Cetaphil—I use it to wash my face and take off makeup. I use Roberts’ toner sometimes; it’s really cool. I got it from a store called Brook Farm in Williamsburg—it’s just rose water.

"I would always watch her tweeze her eyebrows. She always told me [to] fear over-tweezing, so I tweeze one hair and then I have to stop and look - but I don't go to a special brow guru; I do it myself."

"I would always watch her tweeze her eyebrows. She always told me [to] fear over-tweezing, so I tweeze one hair and then I have to stop and look - but I don't go to a special brow guru; I do it myself."

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