Kate Moss avoids talcum powder, uses lubricants to wear latex dress

| Sunday, July 10, 2016 - 07:48
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Moss avoids talcum powder to squeeze into the rubber garment

Los Angeles: Supermodel Kate Moss uses lubricants to slip into her latex dresses.

The 42-year-old says she avoids talcum powder to squeeze into the rubber garment in fear of turning the popular baby care product into a white paste, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

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“Haven't you seen 'Friends' when he does the talc? No, not talc because when you sweat it then goes to paste. You need to lube and there's a spray and you polish it up,” Grazia magazine quoted Moss as saying.

"I found this shop as I was driving to the Olympics to appear in the ceremony, I swear it was all traffic. I was late, but I saw this shop and it was just latex in the window and I was like, 'Stop the car'. I jumped out,” she added of her liking for latex dresses.

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