Get Glee-fully Good-Looking Skin
Not investing in a TiVo was probably one of the less intelligent things I've done since moving into my new apartment. I constantly miss shows, and while The Rachel Zoe Project might rerun itself to death on Bravo, my beloved Glee does not follow suit. I often miss episodes, and when I found out I missed out on the Lady Gaga episode, I was so upset people at work thought a second cousin had died.
But when I do catch the show, I constantly wonder how not one cast member has a breakout or blemish from the constant stage makeup smothered on their faces while they dance their pants off. Now, the mystery has been solved. The backstage beauty secret for all the cast members is Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel Daily Facial Towelettes. Makeup artists for the show love the easy to-go packaging and use them for freshening up the cast's faces after a dance scene.
If you're still not convinced, Jane Lynch is an avid fan and also uses them. Anything that gets the Sue Sylvester seal of approval is just fine by me.
Next on Glee is the long-awaited Britney Spears episode. You will find me stapled to my couch with a stuffed boa constrictor wrapped around my neck belting out "Slave 4 U."