Courtney Love's Favorite Beauty Product Makes Her Feel Like She's "Had Sex for Four Days"
She was once called "the most controversial woman in the history of rock" by Rolling Stone, so is it any wonder that Courtney Love could turn a normally innocuous story about beauty regiments into a delightfully raunchy read?
The erratic and outspoken singer, 48, spoked to beauty website Into the Gloss on April 8 about her favorite products, and during the course of the published interview, manages to work in explanations of what "boob masks" are and why Karl Lagerfeld told her she was "never going to get laid."
Here are some choice quotes from the interview:
On skin creams: "When I like something, I am pretty loyal. And I never use things that don’t work. I used to be really into SK-II — the SK-II Cellumination Cream will always be good — and for years and years and years I’ve been using Vita-A-Kombi 2 by Karin Herzog. I actually got that from Uma Thurman, and who can complain about her f---ing skin?"
On masks: "And a few months ago, I discovered this Bioxidea Miracle 24 face mask that I’m wearing right now, which is crazy…. They also have one for your hands, your feet, which I did last night. There’s even one for your titties. I haven’t done the boobs mask one yet…. But I did the foot one and the hand one yesterday, and it makes my skin crazy. It’s like I just had sex for four days."
On facials: "I've seen basically every facialist, and what makes a good facialist isn’t creams, it isn’t anything they use, it’s how many f---ing extractions they do…. I don’t want to hear about their f---ing products — I just want them to get all of the puss out of my face."
On her look: "When I was promoting my last album in 2010, Nobody’s Daughter, I remember once I was walking around in my clothes from my clothing line [Never the Bride], all this Illamasqua-style makeup, and Lagerfeld was like, ‘You look like the 26 year-old perfect rockstar whore—but you are not 26. You are never going to get laid like that.’ And it was Karl Lagerfeld, so I was like, ‘OK.’ "
You can read the entire interview here.