Shirley Ballas always has her fans debating how she's got such smooth, glowing skin, and earlier this year she finally revealed some of her beauty secrets to her eager followers. Result! While in the states, the Strictly Come Dancing head judge visited all her favourite health and beauty practitioners in Los Angeles. Shirley revealed she has skin-tightening procedures, her sunspots lightened and a process called wet cupping on her back. She also popped to the dentist for a clean before she caught her plane home - that explains her always-gorgeous smile, then.
Shirley also shared a video of herself getting a vitamin drip, admitting she hadn't been feeling very well in the footage. "Getting myself all sorted to come home," she captioned her post. "I've seen Dr Sheigh @rejuvayou for my skin tightening, sun spots etc and Dr David for my back wet cupping. And today I've gone to see Dr Assandra to make sure all my hormones are in place. He also put me on a vitamin drip and checked my well being."
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Plenty of fans wanted to join the wellness conversation, with one saying: "If you need all that to sort yourself to come home...then I wonder?? Skin tightening… sun spots… back wet cupping… with respect… let it all go Shirley. Walk along beside the ocean. Breathe the air... Be you and get rid of this silliness."
The dancer politely replied, "Thank you darling. But I believe each to their own. Whatever you love I'm happy for you. But taking care of my back is ultra important. And my face. Have a great day. Thank you for your message." We couldn't admire her honesty more…
Taking a peek on Shirley's Instagram account, she's a big fan of Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish Cleanser, £17, and the Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic, £16. She also uses the Foreo UFO Led Thermo Activated Smart Mask, £249 Makeup-wise, she loves Armani beauty products, and for her hair, she's a big fan of the Kerluxe Caviar4 products.
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