As seen back­stage WHILE IT’S TRUE THAT FASH­ION WEEK

ELLE (Canada) - - Beauty -

is of­ten used to trial new beauty launches, there are sta­ple hair and makeup prod­ucts we see in artists’ kits year af­ter year. Thanks to the gen­tle hum of the Dyson Su­per­sonic Hair Dryer ($500)—as op­posed to the usual roar of a dryer—back­stage at Proenza Schouler, editors could hear them­selves speak; Bio­derma Sen­si­bio H2O ($14.90) mi­cel­lar wa­ter re­moves all traces of makeup from mod­els’ faces without ir­ri­tat­ing their skin; L’Oréal Paris El­nett Satin Hair­spray ($16) gives touch­able hold; the deeply sooth­ing Em­bry­olisse Lait-Crème Con­cen­tré ($39) hy­drates and primes skin for makeup; a Beau­ty­blender ($20) is key for seam­less-look­ing foun­da­tion; Jao Re­fresher ($14) is a hand san­i­tizer that’s con­sid­ered as good as a por­ta­ble sink (which are sparse back­stage); and M.A.C Cos­met­ics Face & Body Foun­da­tion ($35) has a shade match for ev­ery model.

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