God love B*Witched, but I'm not sure they're the best band to go to for a famous faces without make-up article.
Don't you need people to remember what they look like with make-up for it to work?
The Daily Mail sets the scene:
While some popstars have felt the need to go under the knife to keep their young appearances, one girl group never felt the need to.While welcoming the positive message of the piece, presumably part of the reason why B*Witched haven't popped down the cosmetic surgeon is not unrelated to the same reason that people haven't been popping down HMV to buy B*Witched records, surely?
The whole thing collapses in a self-defeating sinkhole:
'There’s a lot of pressure, especially on young girls, to look like the really polished version of celebs you see in magazines,' she told Heat magazine.Yes. The best place to go to send out positive messages about body image to young women is Heat magazine, where they will sit unread amongst a bunch of articles about how fat, thin, wrinkly, sweaty and disgusting everyone else is. It's like doing a bit about peaceful dispute resolution in Guns And Ammo.
'It’s nice for them to see pictures like this.'
[Thanks to Michael M]