The 80s queen of pop and eccentric things Madonna is 59, but you can barely see her aging. Her skin is just so perfect! Back in 2008, there were times when she was involved in an embarrassing photoshop moment. Her photo for her album Hard Candy was heavily photoshopped and she got severe criticism. But you can’t deny her skin looks more than flawless in reality. What is her secret? Read on to find out that her secret is actually a kitchen tool!
Madonna, give us the secret of aging backward!
Madonna has a lot of beauty routines.
She stays out of the sun, shades herself with large scarves, and is a fan of facial treatments and expensive beauty trends. However, her latest skincare routine has left everyone a little surprised due to the accessibility of the specific tool she was using.
In a rather quirky video uploaded to Instagram, Madonna filmed herself getting a facial. She used a Snapchat filter that added digital bangs and a chipmunk voice effect.
“I’m just getting a facial right now from an aesthetician,” she, squeaked. “OK, her name is Skillets and she’s really good at doing facial when I’m wearing my hair in bangs with a bow tie on my head.”
Madonna went on:
“I just say, ‘Work around it Skillets’, and she does. I don’t know how she gets those tools under the hair but she does it.”
Can you guess what the aesthetician was using? Just a regular old fork! Two of them, to be more precise.
“It’s amazing, look at this little facial happening with a fork,” the Vogue singer commented. “Forks are really good, they tighten the skin. Have you tightened your face with a fork?”
She finished her video by adding something else that concerned her fans even more: “Have you ever stabbed someone with a fork? I’ve done both. Anyway, it’s crazy.”
Back in 2015, facials done with tuning forks were a thing. The forks were struck and created vibrations that were said to remove dark circles and wrinkles.
But using an actual dinner fork is something we haven’t really heard of. Madonna is rocking it, though!
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