Confession is good for the soul, go ahead and unburden yourself! I promise I won’t judge.
My biggest sin is going to sleep wearing my make up, I know it’s really bad and I shouldn’t do it but I’m afraid to admit that I do.
I’m the first one to preach about looking after your skin, how to avoid spots, etc. I even wrote a paper at university on skin and the importance of removing makeup before bed as our pores need to secrete sebum that helps to moisturise and protect the skin, makeup clogs the pores and prevents the sebum from doing its job. The sebum builds up which can cause spots which I am always complaining about having, it’s my own fault yet I still go to bed wearing my full face!
There, don’t you feel better now?
Aunty Brown has a few more questions though; it’s true that I’m the nosy type.
When was the last time you visited the hairdresser?
I last visited the hairdresser in May, I love nothing better than getting my hair done. I did go through a phase where I would go twice a week for a wash and blow dry but when I worked out how much money I was spending I was horrified so I’ve cut it down to a cut every 6 weeks and a wash and blow dry before a night out.
Which bit of beauty trickery couldn’t you live without?
I could not live without Laser hair treatment, of course waxing goes hand in hand with it. It became a very expensive treatment for me to have so I went on a course and purchased a laser hair remover of my own so I can do it in the comfort of my own home.
You’ve overslept and have 5 minutes to get out of the house. Are you going out with dirty hair or no makeup?
I’m going out of the house with dirty hair! Dry shampoo and hair accessories are my best friend. Maybe I should have added going out with dirty hair to my confessional as I do this on a regular basis when doing the school run! I couldn’t face going out without tinted moisturiser or mascara on my face.
Which trend still makes you cringe?
Crimped hair is a trend I never want to see again, I remember my mum crimping my hair for school disco’s in the late 80’s early 90’s. I can’t even look at old photos of me with my crimp, it’s was such an awful trend, please fashion gurus don’t ever bring it back!