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No one wants to gets old. However, with time, your body weakens, your skin starts to sag, and your face beings to reflect your advanced age.

Nowadays, there are many beauty products that help hide the worst of it. Joann Hopkins who is a mother of a famous makeup artist Christopher Hopkins – owner of the Christopher Hopkins Image Center – makeup makes all the difference in the world.

In fact, she feels so empowered by makeup, that she doesn’t even removes before sleep!

Now, sleeping in makeup isn’t something we’ll readily advise (it can be bad for your skin, besides other things), but it doesn’t seem as though Joanna is any the worse for it.

She maintains that everyone has the right to feel comfortable in their own skin, and to hell with anyone who wants to cast judgement on her.

In her eyes, people should be allowed to do the things they love without others questioning it, and that’s certainly a sentiment we can get behind.

A side effect of Joann’s practised hand is that she really is fantastic at applying her makeup. So much so, in fact, that son Christopher is ready to credit her for giving him the talent to do what he does.

“This is what I watched every day growing up and it still fascinates me. You can tell where I get my inspiration. I will always see her as she appears after.”

Of course, we should aim to feel comfortable with our own bodies no matter what, but it’s amazing to see Joann’s skills none the less.

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