Is this a good thing? I suppose that depends who you ask! Would I have done it, or would I do it now? Dear god, no! Still, it’s now more the norm than not for women to have a bikini wax, spray tan, blow dry and even full manicure in preparation for that all important first photo with their new baby.
And the reason for these D-Day make-overs (d for delivery)? Once again we don’t need to look any further than the world of celebrities. It was only a couple of months ago that Coleen Rooney posted a picture of herself with her new baby boy, Klay, and there she was looking polished and preened to perfection.
I have to be honest, even though my going into labour wasn’t a rushed thing like so many women go through, still the last thing on my mind just before giving birth was how my hair and make-up looked and I love looking at the pictures taken just after the birth of my girls where I look haggard and done in because, till the end of days, these pictures will always remind me that a lot of hard work and effort went into bringing my two gorgeous girls into the world and, it goes without saying, that every second of it was absolutely worth it!
If you’d like to read more about this then why not read this article in the Daily Mail, including two women’s personal stories: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2349111/Bikini-wax-spray-tan-blow-dry–The-women-makeovers-GIVE-BIRTH.html
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