One of the indirect benefits of becoming a music star is that, from night to morning, is made available to the artist in question a team of makeup artists, stylists and hairdressers available 24 hours a day and willing to accompany you wherever you go so that you can display your best self to the world.
However, in the case of Lizzo, that ‘dream’ has ended up becoming a double-edged sword.
“I think that there has not been a single day in the last six months of my life in that I didn’t have make up on. At the end we become addicted to the idea of looking ‘perfect'”, explained the singer in a statement to People about the dynamics that marked his day-to-day before the coronavirus forced to cancel her professional commitments.
The interpreter knew that it was a problem that could seriously affect their self-esteem, that in which he has worked, when you looked in the mirror on vacation and was unable to sustain the gaze.
“In February I had a few free days in Brazil and I don’t maquillé. I remember that in that moment I thought: ‘why do I look so ugly?’. What is happening is that I had become addicted, was accustomed to see me after I do the ‘contouring’. I never thought that I would pass something so precisely to me, for I am a simple girl who before could spend days and days with a clean face”.
For that same reason, Lizzo has faced a period of isolation as an opportunity to ‘disconnect’ and be displayed to their fans with no gimmicks -no nails or false eyelashes – through the social networks: “it Is still amazing to see all those people who spend their lives perfectly arranged natural. I think that’s wonderful,” he concluded.