Backstage at Fashion Week, Estée Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux likes to prep the skin by mixing Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair with a dab of moisturiser.
Backstage at Fashion Week, Estée Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux likes to prep the skin by mixing Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair with a dab of moisturiser. Why? Because, when the winning combination is massaged into skin, it creates that beautiful lit-from-within glow. But it does much more than just make the skin look good. As Pecheux — who helms the makeup team at shows such as Derek Lam and Doo.Ri — says, it “brings skin back to life.”
The first company to introduce the repair category back in 1982, repair serums feature concentrated active ingredients to target specific concerns such as ageing. Advanced Night Repair has been clinically proven to not only repair past damage (think wrinkles, age spots and dryness), but to protect against future damage for younger, smoother, more radiant looking skin.
Repair serum couldn’t be easier to introduce to your regime — you apply it to freshly-cleansed skin before your moisturiser. You can also mix a little into your foundation to give an additional boost of radiance. That’s another Pecheux trick.
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