5 Ways To Fake A Bare Face

Photographed by Eva K. Salvi.
Marc Jacobs caused a minor splash during New York Fashion Week when he sent models down the runway completely naked.
Okay, their faces were naked. Which was, frankly, far more shocking to the seen-it-all fashion world than a little gratuitous nudity would have been. The François Nars-helmed look reportedly consisted entirely of moisturizer. You read that right. JUST moisturizer. What?
Depending on your relationship with cosmetics, the idea of this trend is either extremely exciting (hello, extra 30 minutes of sleep!) or extremely terrifying (the world does not need to know about my blonde-tipped eyelashes and tailless brows, thanks-very-much).
If you’re similarly daunted by the prospect of going Full Monty, we have good news. With the right products, you can achieve “no, I actually woke up like this” status while still putting your best face forward. Here's our roundup of the best "I'm an 18-year-old model! What are these hereditary dark circles you speak of?" products on the market.