London Fashion Week – this means sleepless nights for designers, thousands of Instagram and Twitter uploads using the appropriate hashtags posted by fashion lovers and hundreds of models giving their best walks in front of some of the most famous faces in the world. So no pressure then. Each show is so diverse that make up looks can change dramatically from one show to the next, giving the fashion loving public a variety of looks to adore, but can give the models unwanted break outs and skin that is struggling to withstand the gruelling measures the model is having to put it through. Every model will tell you that water is vital for them to keep their skin looking fresh, but in these busy periods such as fashion week, they may need a little extra help. Enter Skin Design London, a superior designer skincare range. They are all about the luxury involved in what they call ‘couture skincare’ so launching alongside Felder Felder‘s SS15 Fashion Week Show was a perfect opportunity for them.
From looking at the Skin Design London website it’s obvious that they take skin care seriously with a tab especially dedicated to answering any questions you may have about your skin including asking the type of skin you desire with the aim in giving you a reply in as much depth as possible advising the correct products you should use to get your desired look!
I have used both the ‘Boost Of Youth FC20‘ and the ‘Antioxidant Creme FC‘ on my skin and they definitely are luxurious. From the scent to the texture, they have something unique that makes me want to cover my skin in both products I have, although in reality only a small amount in the morning and at night are necessary to achieve good results. I would definitely recommend these products to anyone wanting to indulge a bit more in their skincare range, the skin of the models working during fashion week will definitely benefit from a range like Skin Design London, something that I am sure will be evident when the Felder Felder SS15 show takes place.
Full range available at www.skindesignlondon.com
Idle Lane, created by Danielle Peazer has only been publishing blog posts for a year. Within its first year, the blog has posted articles on both London and New York Fashion Weeks after experiencing it first hand and regularly updates readers on the newest trends in both fashion and beauty. It’s had over 750,000 views in one year and has an average of 3,000 hits a day with some posts getting up to 12,000 hits on the day of publish.