I pulled a Michael Phelps and tried cupping—on my face
December 15, 20161 min read
The first time I visited Ildi Pekar, facialist to supermodels like Miranda Kerr, I expected that the New Yorker would pull out an array of all-natural face masks, toners, and moisturizers to help get me that supermodel glow she’s famous for imparting. What I wasn’t anticipating? That she would pull out a small suction cup and stick it on my face.And yet, after a quick mask to cleanse and purify my skin, Pekar did exactly that, explaining that she was going to cup…my face.
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