Look a dream – sleep in slap

Midweek Sport - - GADGET BOY -

ONE in four women in the UK sleep with their make up on in or­der to stay look­ing their best for a part­ner, a poll re­veals.

Self-con­scious women in re­la­tion­ships ig­nore the neg­a­tives of sleep­ing in slap and jump into bed with mas­cara, foun­da­tion and even fake eye­lashes on, to give the il­lu­sion of round-the-clock beauty.

A poll car­ried out by mem­ory foam mat­tress com­pany Er­goflex UK asked just over 1,500 Bri­tish women about their sleep­ing habits.

And huge 95 per cent ad­mit­ted to keep­ing their noc­tur­nal make-up habit a se­cret from their part­ner, and half of th­ese were ac­tively say­ing they had taken their make up off be­fore bed – even if they were wear­ing it.

The main rea­son is they felt their other half looked just as good in the morn­ing as when they went to bed.

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