INTO THE GLOSS, January 2015
I hardly look at myself in the mirror…I’ll only wear makeup if I need to cover something up. But I’ve recently started caring about my skin. I just turned 60 and was like, 'OK, maybe it’s time to start thinking about it.’ Before that, I would just splash water on my face, put cream on, and then leave. But then I started to react in different ways to things and my skin got really dry, so I went to a dermatologist, started getting facials…things that I’d never done before. Now, I love facials, I think they’re amazing. I have no idea whether it works or not but all I want to say is that everyone’s like, ‘you look great.’ So it must be doing something!
I go to Dr. Colbert, the Face Place, or to see Georgia Louise, who just moved from London. Basically, I get all my information from the models. Gucci Westman recommended Georgia to me—I think Christy Turlington goes to her. That was my first proper, expensive facial but I really like her and I like her products. But the Face Place is great, too, and it’s not too expensive. Then, I first went to Dr. Colbert because Carolyn Murphy and all of the models I was working with were talking about him and I just kept hearing his name everywhere. He does this half-hour laser thing that is great, something with a red light that is supposed to promote collagen. I don’t know how it works. But now I try and do one of those three every month.