Kelly Rowland Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

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It’s no surprise that confidence comes naturally to Kelly Rowland. The singer, songwriter, and mother of two has built a career many artists dream of—from being in the greatest girl group of all time to her solo career and forays into acting—making her the perfect guest for Unilever’s discussion on beauty and intention setting in 2022 for their Embrace Y.O.U. campaign with Walmart. 

Although Rowland is confident when it comes to beauty now, it wasn’t easy at the beginning of her career as a member of Destiny’s Child. “Things were so different in the ’90s,” Rowland says. “The lighting was different, the makeup was different, the artists and hairstyles were different. I would run into certain makeup artists—I’ve been pink, I’ve been green. I’ve been orange. I’ve had these conversations with different models and other artists, how photographers would be intimidating because they knew what they were talking about and their lighting was great. And I’m like, I don’t [look great]. I remember starting to have my voice. I would say what didn’t make me feel comfortable. They would look at me like I was crazy, which at the time, I’m only 17, 18 years old. If you were a kid, they didn’t really take you seriously. So having to find that voice and to speak up for myself was very real.”

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