Connie Fisher on Make-Up
Connie Fisher looks at why countless women wear make-up, examining their commitment to it and exploring whether pressure from society plays a part in the routine.
Telling stories that matter - Body Matters, a series of programmes on BBC One Wales looking at our relationships with our bodies.
Connie Fisher won't go out without make-up. For her and many women in Wales, putting on her face is part of her daily routine. The average woman spends two years of her life putting on an estimated £12,000 worth of cosmetics. Connie asks why she and countless other women do it - and who they are doing it for. Is it to find a mate, is it insecurity or is it pressure from society? While Connie investigates women's commitment to make-up, a group of football boys find out how hard it is to put on the perfect mascara.