Meghan Trainor, Kelly Clarkson get candid about shaving facial hair
Pop star Meghan Trainor has revealed her secret to flawless skin: dermaplanning. Speaking on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” the 29-year-old singer admitted to shaving off her “peach fuzz” with a pink dermaplane razor. In a TikTok video, Trainor is seen in action, captioning the clip with the message “I CUT MY FACE SO MUCH WTF. What am I doing wrong??” She went on to explain that as a blonde, the fine hairs on her cheeks glitter in sunlight, resulting in an unflattering Twilight vampire look. Fellow singer Clarkson was quick to relate to Trainor’s candid admission, adding “At least yours is blond.”
What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a cosmetic skin treatment that involves using a sterile blade to remove dead skin cells and vellus hairs, also known as peach fuzz, from the face. The process leaves the skin looking smoother and brighter.
Is dermaplaning safe?
Dermaplaning is generally safe, but it’s important to entrust the treatment to a qualified professional who knows how to perform the procedure safely. The treatment is not recommended for people with active acne as it can spread the bacteria that causes breakouts.
Is it normal for women to have facial hair?
Yes, just like men, women have facial hair. However, for most women, the hair is very fine and light-colored, so it’s not noticeable. It’s only when the hair grows dark and thick that it becomes noticeable and may require removal.
Meghan Trainor and Kelly Clarkson open up about removing facial hair through shaving
Pop star Meghan Trainor talked about her beauty routine on a recent episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Show.” Specifically, she shared that she shaves her “peach fuzz” off her face and has been doing so since seeing it in a close-up during the filming of her “Lips Are Moving” music video. She admitted that she sometimes cuts herself and asks herself what she’s doing wrong. The singer also revealed that she sometimes shaves the night before or the day of important events, such as award shows. Fellow singer Kelly Clarkson commiserated, discussing her own struggles with facial hair and how, as a blonde, she glistens in the sun. The conversation follows Eva Mendes’ confession last week that she shaves her face every other day.