Women keep make-up on round the clock
The majority of British women have admitted to regularly going to sleep without removing their make-up.
New research from semi-permanent cosmetic clinic Specialist Make-up Services found that 79% of women are failing to remove make-up before going to bed.
One reason for their reluctance to go bare faced could be due to pressure to look good in front of men.
A recent report that found the vast majority of men prefer their partner to wear make-up at all times.
The poll was carried out by online beauty retailer Escentual.com which found 73% of men prefer women with make-up on at all times, with 21% of men revealing they only like women dolled up for events and occasions, and only 6% prefer the bare faced/natural look.