Michelle Williams Chats About Fave Designers and Love for Facials

The singer opens up about her Botox intervention and body image issues.

Posted: 07/12/2013 12:36 PM EDT
Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams has been busy acting on Broadway's Fela!, co-designing and modeling for Koshie O.'s Spring/Summer 2013 collection, and putting the finishing touches on her upcoming album. But she recently found some time to chat with StyleBlazer about her personal style, which she describes as fun, some of her favorite designers, and the best advice she's received from her Destiny's Child sisters.

"So I was going through a moment, looking in the mirror and I was like, 'I need Botox.' So I was telling [Kelly Rowland] that I need Botox and Kelly was like, 'Girl, hush. Just go somewhere and get a facial.' And sure enough, I went and got a facial and it really made everything that I disliked disappear. She was right!" Williams says. "So getting facials are very important, at least once a month especially if you're wearing lots of makeup, if you wear makeup on a daily basis, harsh lights and sweating all the time, a facial will do that trick."

When it came to choosing a favorite designer, Williams says she loves to mix things up, but listed some of her go-to brands.

"Roberto Cavalli, because I like how it feels like it's tailored to me," she says. "But then I love Topshop and Zara, BCBG. BCBG everybody knows is a favorite of mine."

While you might think that the singer has loads going for her, she also admitted to having body issues during her time with Destiny's Child and she wasn't the only member struggling to love herself.

"On the outside, we were poised and smiling. But behind the scenes we had issues. I was trying to gain weight, and meanwhile Beyoncé would say, 'I think my thighs are too big,'" Williams told In Touch. "We were real girls back then. Flaws and all."


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