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Mum puts on full face of makeup while in labour and 10cm dilated


Caption: Mum applies full face of makeup while in labour
Provider: (Picture:@merkmenace/Tiktok)

Most people aren’t at their most glamourous when giving birth.

But one mum-to-be was determined to look how she wanted for the big moment.

Posting on TikTok, Lisa Marie’s partner Adam showed how she was applying makeup in labour, even when she was 10cm dilated.

In the clip, her makeup is strewn across the table beside her as she applies eyeshadow from a palette with a brush.

Adam shows how she’s hooked up to an epidural infusion at the time.

The short video has been viewed over 900,000 times and most people were impressed with her dedication.

One said: ‘She didn’t choose the glam life. The glam life chose her.’

Another added: ‘First impressions are everything.’

While a few people criticised Lisa’s choice to care about her looks at that time, others said that it’s her labour and up to her what she does.

Others said that the first pictures of her child are going to be some of the most important of her life and it’s understandable she wants to like how she looks in them.

‘She’s doing her makeup because she wants to and that’s all that matters,’ one person wrote.

‘Makeup is also a creative outlet people. It can help you calm down/cope when feeling overwhelmed. It doesn’t mean she’s vain. She just likes makeup,’ another added.

‘It’s a distraction and she wants to look good for the pictures you’re going to take once she has the baby lol,’ someone else said.

Happily, later videos revealed that their son Kyson was born on February 22, weighing 6lbs 11oz.

And in a bid to make the whole family look good, she also brought a ring light to the hospital for their first snap together.


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