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Kelly Rowland has spent countless hours in a makeup chair throughout her career, but the singer’s favorite tip is one she taught herself — drawing beauty marks on her face.
“I like moles. I think they’re the cutest thing. It’s all Marilyn Monroe’s fault,” she told PEOPLE. “I remember one day seeing the black Duo glue that I put my lashes on with [and trying it on my face]. I let it dry and it was raised and everything. It was the cutest stinking mole, and I was sold. I never walk out of the house without a mole. It can be anywhere on my face — it’s the forever moving mole. Now it’s over here [she points]; I have a blemish, it’s helping me out.”
We caught up with the singer at an event celebrating her role as Caress‘s new celebrity “Fabulista,” hoping to inspire woman to take time for themselves with the line’s Fresh body washes. “Sometimes we get so caught up with what we do every day … It becomes kind of robotic in a way,” she shares. “We have to always continue to just refresh ourselves. I grew in a hair salon where I’ve seen women do that. They come in the hair salon and they tell my aunt, ‘I need something new!’ and she gives them a short cut or highlights. We always need that, I think it invigorates us.”