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Here’s Why A Vibrator Is Part Of Toni Braxton’s Skincare Routine

Toni explains how a self-care session with her Trojan Vibrations Power Wand Deep Massager-a-day keeps wrinkles at bay.

Beauty & Fashion

It's been 27 whole years since Toni Braxton released her debut album, and more than two decades later, our good sis is still serving us looks for days.

Many have wondered how the singer hasn't aged a day since the 90s but luckily, Toni finally dropped the secret to her everlasting fountain of youth in the latest edition of Vogue's Beauty Secrets, and according to her, the key to looking 25 at age 52 is a daily session with her handy dandy vibrator. While many beauty aficionados opt for jade rollers and face steamers, Toni says that in her experience, a vibration-a-day is what keeps wrinkles at bay:

"This thing right here, OK, I'm going to be honest, it is a vibrator. But I call it a face tingler. It tingles the muscles in my face and gets them activated and working. I haven't used it on anything else other than my face, OK? Just FYI! I just kind of rub it and it just activates all those muscles, gets 'em together. We are working today, we are gonna be cute today!"

Along with dropping the details on her must-try beauty rituals, Toni also opened up about how doing her own makeup is a form of therapy for her. The beauty icon shared that while her style has switched up, her passion for all things beauty has remained the same:

"I love doing my own makeup; it kind of relaxes me. [In] the '90s I had a really thin eyebrow look… [but] 2020 gotta have something a little bit heavier. I never used to wear lashes…but then I learned about Brigitte Bardot and her lashes were everything."

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