Cheryl Tweedy doesn't "trust anyone" to pluck her eyebrows.
The 34-year-old singer has admitted she will carry out her own ablutions because she has had her fair share of "threading and waxing disasters" over the years, and the Girls Aloud band member thinks it is better to pull out stray hairs from her brows when she has just got out of the shower when her pores are open.
Speaking to HELLO! magazine about her beauty sessions, the 'Fight For This Love' hitmaker said: "Pluck your eyebrows when you've just got out of the shower or bath - your pores are open so it's much easier. I do my own as I don't trust anyone. I've had a couple of threading [or] waxing disasters so I get out of the shower and do [them], it's less painful as I have such thick brows."
And the star - who has seven-month-old son Bear with her partner Liam Payne - has revealed motherhood has drastically changed her beauty regime, as now she opts for a more "natural" look from day to day.
She explained: "Definitely natural because I haven't had time to focus on creating looks with being a new mam. But when I go out I like to create more of a look, whether that's a lip or an eye look."
Cheryl has recently launched a new make-up collection with L'Oreal Paris, and the star has admitted it was an "incredibly interesting and inspiring" project working on the line.
Speaking about her latest venture, she said: "It was incredibly interesting and inspiring. I learnt so much information that I never knew. "
And the style icon has revealed she is "obsessed" with the dark rouge lip kits from her collection.
She said: "I was obsessed with a dark lip after wearing it to the Vogue 100 gala dinner at the end of last year so I wanted to create something similar but warmer. The burgundy collection is my favourite. I'd wear it to make a statement or if I wanted the grunge look. If I was wearing a colourful outfit, the peach kit gives a more neutral look on the lips. The greige is more like a nude with grey tones, so if I wanted a more nude lip with a heavier eye I'd choose this."