While most popstars consider going underthe knife in a bid to keep themselves looking young, Irish ladies B*Witched have never felt the need to. Now they’ve gone make-up free to show their younger fans what they look like without the help of airbrushing.
Posing for Heat Magazine, the C’est La Vie singers openly speak about their attitudes towards make-up and the art of growing old gracefully.
“None of us have had anything done – no Botox, no fillers, nothing – so this is to show everyone how we really look,” said Sinead O’Carroll.
“There’s a lot of pressure, especially on young girls, to look like the really polished version of celebs you see in magazines. It’s nice for them to see pictures like this,” added Lindsay Armaou.
While the girls happily ditched their make-up for the shoot, they still had concerns about showing their ‘real’ selves to the rest f the world.
Keavy Lynch spoke about her concerns and worry about being judged for who she used to be and what she looks like now.
“Being judged scares me,” Keavy admitted.
“I wouldn’t ever step outside without make-up. I always like to have concealer, blusher and mascara on,” said Keavy’s twin sister, Edele.
“When I’ve had my forehead scar airbrushed out in the past, I look weird. I don’t like it to be removed. I’ve had it since I was three, so I’m not me without it,” Edele added.
B*Witched recently reformed for the reality TV show The Big Reunion and will be touring with other hit bands from the 90s like Liberty X, 911, 5ive, Atomic Kitten and Honeyz later this year.