The Fleetwood Mac singer insists she will never turn to the wrinkle-defying injection again after a bad experience. Stevie remembers how the product changed the features of her face in a dramatic way.
“I did it in 2003, ten days before Fleetwood Mac filmed Live in Boston. My eyebrows fell like this,” she recalled to the British edition of Elle magazine while pulling a face. “I would never do it again. It’s an ugly thing that changes your beautiful eyes. I looked like the sister of Satan.” (A video clip of Nicks’ Live in Boston performance appears below.)
Stevie has changed her lifestyle dramatically since finding fame with the band in the 1970s. She especially avoids sitting out in the sun, which was a pastime of her late father.
“I got my dad’s beautiful skin. But it’s also tough skin. He lived in Arizona and he was out in the sun all day. I stopped lying out in the sun when I was 30. Probably because we were doing drugs all night long and I was sleeping all day,” she admits.
The 65-year-old musician relies on her beauty routine to keep her youthful looks. One product she can’t live without is a moisturiser by luxury beauty brand Crème de la Mer.
“I use Crème de la Mer at night. I can afford it. Plus, I never go to bed with make-up on and I do a little massage thing two or three times a day,” she added.
Belfast Telegraph / Wednesday, September 4, 2013