"There is no routine for beauty. All rules are made to be broken and whatever works this year might not work next year. And the good thing about now is that technology keeps on changing, so you have lots of great products that come into the marketplace…
When it comes to plastic surgery, I’m against it. I can say that because I don’t need it yet. But I’ve also seen friends of mine who’ve had it, and it didn’t come off well. All these new procedures—plumpers, whatever they call them—they’re over doing it, starting it too young. If you start picking on yourself when you’re young, when does it stop? Because it only gets worse.
I think that the good thing and the bad thing about what we have now for women is that we have choices for how to take care of your skin. Because skin, unlike cosmetics, is an investment in oneself because it is a long road. My mom used to tell me that the skin you take care of in your twenties is the one you’re going to inherit in your sixties. It’s a consistent, consistent, consistent thing. It’s something that you’re doing for yourself, not so people can comment on it.
Iman for Into the Gloss