Kelly Rowland won't wear shoes that aren't comfortable for the sake of fashion.
Kelly Rowland refuses to wear shoes that aren't comfortable.
The 'Motivation' hitmaker insists she only opts for footwear that she can walk in rather than what might look nicer as she doesn't want to damage her feet for the sake of fashion.
She told ESSENCE.com: ''I love shoes but whatever shoe I wear it need to be comfortable - cute, but comfortable. After all, you only get on set of feet!''
Meanwhile, the 35-year-old singer - who has 19-month-old son Titan with her husband Tim Witherspoon - previously revealed her Destiny's Child make up made her look like a ''monster''.
She said: ''I remember going to Europe and there was this one make-up artist - I'm a chocolate girl, and she made me look pink. And then when she tried again, I looked green. And then when she tried again, I looked way fairer than what I really am. I looked like a monster in one picture.''
And the mother-of-one recently admitted she was forced to learn how to do her own make up after a ''crazy'' attempt on her first efforts.
She shared: ''I remember Destiny's Child went to the Brit Awards, and we tried to do our faces ourselves -- I looked crazy. So I had to learn!''
And now Kelly is teaming up with her make up artist Sheika Daley to create a cosmetics line for all women.
She added: ''My make up artist Sheika Daley and I are actually starting a make up line we're making sure we make, well, we're starting off with lashes and then we're going to have it grow for all women.
''But definitely making sure we have our chocolate girls covered. Gotta get the chocolate girls in there! We have to have that, you know. I think Iman has done a beautiful make-up line and I want to do it too!''
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