What’s been your biggest beauty mishap?
I think my biggest was super recently at a show. I can’t put on false eyelashes and it’s the reason why for so many years I wore eyelash extensions… I stopped getting extensions to let my lashes have a break and I started playing with falsies again… And to be honest, there was a moment where I was getting good… but it’s too unpredictable - my ability to put them on is unpredictable. The other day I had a show and I put them on, it looked lovely, but it felt like they weren’t all the way on. Anyway, I’m onstage – and luckily, I got to the encore – but as I’m coming off stage, I’m looking at my tour manager, and my tour manager bursts out laughing, and I’m like: “What the hell are you laughing at?” And he’s like: “Just check.” We have a mirror on [the] side stage just so that I can quickly make sure I’m fine before I run back on. And both of my lashes are just hanging down. I think in the excitement of the night, I just hadn’t realised because when I got backstage, I was like, “Oh my god, I can see that, and feel that.”
What’s your desert island beauty product?
It’s probably blush. Oh my god, it just makes me so happy. When I was in high school, there was that moment when it was just contour, contour, contour. And nobody used blush, and I still did. So, when it came back, I said: “Girls. I’ve been here. This is my era.”
What’s your favourite beauty product to play with?
I think my favourite beauty product to play with now is eyeshadow palettes. Eyeshadow, I think, is super intimidating when it comes to blending and colour theory and all that stuff. I think I’ve realised I’m not very good at blending, which is fine, but I do enjoy playing with it and I enjoy creating shapes… I like to think about my face as a canvas, and it's less about placing things perfectly, and more about just having fun with it.