These Are The Exact Beauty Products The Victoria's Secret Models Used For The Fashion Show

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It takes a lot of preparation to get the Victoria’s Secret models ready for the annual fashion show. Not only are they going hard in the gym, but the ladies are also amping up their beauty regimens. Leading up to this year’s show, they’ve turned to luxurious masks that cost $300 a pop and indulged in oxygen facials at the spa. Those treatments will definitely cost you some serious cash, but there are some affordable items in their beauty regimen. The Victoria’s Secret models actually use a few drugstore products—gasp!—that won’t break your bank. We’ve gathered a bunch of the products below. Keep on scrolling to discover some of the Angel beauty must-haves.

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Hair pro Sarah Potempa created effortless waves in the models’ hair with the Beachwaver ($200; beachwaver.com).

Models like Sara Sampaio and Iza Goulart pampered their skin with Mimi Luzon’s Pure 24K Gold Mask ($300; mimi-luzon.com).

The models wore a few splashes of the Victoria’s Secret Paris ($65; victoriassecret.com) fragrance.

According to Allure, makeup artist Tom Pecheux used 50 tubes of Max Factor False Lash Epic Lash Mascara ($15; international.boots.com) to give the girls showstopping eyelashes.

A combination of Vita Liberata products—like the Organic Spray Tan Solution, Phenomenal 2-3 Week Tan Mousse ($54; vitaliberata.com), and the Body Blur Instant HD Skin Finish ($45; vitaliberata.com)— were used to give the models an all-over glow.

Max Factor Foundation was smoothed over their faces to achieve a an even-toned canvas.

Knees and elbows were moisturized with Victoria’s Secret Body Care.

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Some of the models rocked Red Carpet Manicure’s LED Gel Polish in Candid Moment ($10; redcarpetmanicure.com), and others hit the runway wearing a custom color called Silk Slip, which will be available later in the year.

And we can’t forget the bling. A few ladies received nail art with Swarovski crystals.

Before makeup was applied, Decleor’s The Aurabsolu Intense Glow Hydrogel Mask ($20; decleorusa.com) and a few drops of Decleor Aromessence Serum) were used to nourish the face.

Max Factor’s Soft Pink Miracle Blush ($97; international.boots.com) was used on lips to give models like Maria Borges a subtle pink tint.

Mzia Shiman treated the girls to a nourishing oxygen facial using Intraceuticals products.

And hair expert Shah Karegar turned to Uberliss Bond Treatment to color and treat Irina Shayk and Barbara Fialho’s hair.

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