After a long night of curving men in the club, 9 times out of 10, you’re too tired to wipe your make up off. Your powder is now soaked into your face, one of your lashes are falling off and you’re positive you put on concealer but probably sweated it off. As you hop in bed with a face full of make up and no care in the world, you may be forfeiting your beautiful skin underneath. Although a doctor can give you a million scientifically proven facts about skin care, but we’ve decided to reach out to Alexis Robinson, an entertainment PR and every day woman of color who has dealt with eczema as a child. In this interview below, we give you insight on a real life look at skin care, make up and if you sleeping with make up on last night completely ruined you life:
“As kid who grew up with eczema; it has always been very important for me to know my skin. I didn’t have my first zit until I was 22 years old, I’ve always taken really great care of my skin. Once I got started in entertainment and was wearing make up daily, I knew it was time to really study and take my face to the next level, so I started really focusing on the things my aesthetician would tell me,” says Alexis.
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