Beauty con­fes­sions

Glamour (South Africa) - - Glam­our God­dess -

Who’s your beauty role model?

“My mom. When I was 12, I would go on week­end school trips. My mom would pack my face wash and mois­turiser, and I’d get up in the morn­ing and mimic her rou­tine. I re­mem­ber be­ing shocked that my friends didn’t have face creams. My mom and I are beauty junkies.”

What part of your rou­tine do you keep pri­vate?

“I don’t re­ally like hav­ing wet hair in front of some­one I’m dat­ing, be­cause I have a very small head. I can look like a drowned rat with wet hair.”

your Worst beauty mis­take?

“The years of spray tan­ning that I did. There are red-car­pet pho­tos of the orange spray tans I did. I’ve al­ways been very pale, and I’d get made fun of for it. Every beauty mis­take I’ve ever made, there’s a photo of it some­where.”

your big­gest hair mis­take?

“At school, all the girls wanted flatironed hair and didn’t even put a heat pro­tec­tor on. So I def­i­nitely re­gret that, be­cause I think that I messed up my hair.”

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