Marnie Simpson looks unrecognisable after glamorous makeover with laminated eyebrows

Marnie Simpson looks unrecognisable after glamorous makeover with laminated eyebrows

December 12, 2020

MARNIE Simpson had an incredible transformation today as she underwent a very glam makeover.

The former Geordie Shore star, 28, was bombarded with compliments for the striking look which saw her get her eyebrows laminated for the first time.

Taking a close-up selfie in her car, Marnie's skin looked flawless and her hair fell over her leather jacket.

She wrote: "Had ma face painted by the Amazing @pollymarchant @glambypollysalon also had my brows laminated for the 1st time by Louise and I’m really diggin it ✌🏻."

Her friends and fans loved it, with Casey Batchelor writing: "Omg!!! You look stunning 😍."

While Charlotte Crosby simply said: "Wow."

Marnie recently recalled her traumatic labour with her baby son Rox on her podcast.

The Geordie OG star spoke candidly about how she felt overwhelmed and scared after arriving home from the hospital with the tot in October last year.

Marnie, who welcomed Rox with her fiancé Casey Johnson, said she wanted to urge more women to talk about the affect effects of labour.

Speaking on Marnie’s Home Truths, she said: “You just aren’t prepared for that emotional rollercoaster after you’ve given birth.

“You are like what do I do? No one talks about it enough. It’s hard.

“Your body has just been though a trauma. The emotions you go through are very overwhelming. It’s scary. Plus you’re sore you can’t sit down.”

Marnie has also opened up about what she’d discovered about herself since becoming a mum

She added: “The biggest lesson I’ve learnt is to have patience. You have to when you’re a mum. My priorities have changed since I became a mum.

“For me how I looked or how much I weighed or getting surgery was a priority. Obviously I still want to look good but it isn’t as much of a priority now.

“Having a baby teaches you what true love is. No one tells you that before you have a baby.

“It’s physically a part of you.

“So when they aren’t there you feel like you have lost a part of you.”


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