5 NYFW shows relied on this beauty brand to get models’ skin hydrated and glowing

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New York Fashion Week comes to a close on Feb. 15, and after a whirlwind week of unforgettable shows and presentations, it’s time to recap all of the latest and greatest style trends and beauty products to see who the real powerhouses were of the Fall 2023 season.

In terms of backstage beauty, there was one brand doing overtime that was hard to miss: Dieux Skin. Spotted at five different shows (all for woman-founded brands, no less!), the Insta-worthy skin care brand was there to help prep all of the models’ skin before showtime.

Keep scrolling to see which products were used where — and don’t forget to add them to your own cart!

1. Sandy Liang

Credit: Nesrin Danan for Dieux

Before Sandy Liang’s runway show, which was full of bows, rosettes and ruffles, models were treated to Dieux’s Deliverance serum and Auracle eye gel to put the emphasis on clear complexions and bright under eyes.

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Auracle Reviving Eye Gel, $44: This ultra-hydrating eye gel is extremely gentle, but manages to lessen the appearance of dark circles and fine lines in order to leave under eyes refreshed.

2. Collina Strada

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Collina Strada made headlines this season not only for the collection’s stunning clothes but for the animal prosthetics models sported down the catwalk (pun intended). Dieux’s Instant Angel moisturizer gave models a hydrated and protected base for makeup artists to work with.

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Instant Angel Skin Restoring Moisturizer, $45: This rich moisturizer works to strengthen and reinforce the skin barrier without leaving behind any residual.

3. Marrisa Wilson

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The full Dieux lineup was utilized backstage at Marrisa Wilson. The Guyanese American designer’s latest offering (and the show’s final beauty look) was full of color, so the models’ glowing skin was put on full display.

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Dieux-ing Great Bundle, $125 (Orig. $139): Looking to add Dieux to your beauty routine? This bundle includes the brand’s Forever Eye Mask, Deliverance serum and Instant Angel moisturizer.

4. Tia Adeola

Credit: Nesrin Danan for Dieux

Tia Adeloa’s beauty look featured thin eyebrows, winged eyeliner and bronzed lids. Dieux’s reusable Forever Eye Masks were just the things to catch any makeup fallout and prep the under-eye area.

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Forever Eye Masks, $25: These thin silicone eye masks can be used again and again countless times with your go-to eye products as they hold “gels, serums, and creams close to the skin for maximum absorption.”

5. Alejandra Alonso Rojas

Credit: Nesrin Danan for Dieux

Similar to Marrisa Wilson, Dieux’s entire offering was on-call backstage at Alejandra Alonso Rojas. The Deliverance serum, in particular, was used to achieve smooth and hydrated skin for all of the models.

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Deliverance Soothing Trinity Serum, $69: This calming, lightweight serum is ideal for treating irritated skin and uneven skin tone.

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