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I regretted this decision later.”Beauty Fails With so much primping and camera time, there are bound to be a few lessons learned. “The only beauty emergency I’ve had on the show is lashes,” says Ashley I. “Almost every girl on my season was more than generous with makeup, clothes, and hair products,” says Ashley S.“In , with the humidity, the constant sweating, the saltwater, and the pool water, they fall off way quicker than they would at home.” The secret, she says, is to pack extra false-lash strips for when the extensions start to fall out. “Michelle Money was basically doing every girl's hair, every rose ceremony. I can never repay them for all the hair tricks, tanning tips, and good makeup they let me use.”Contestants from other seasons had similar experiences.” exclaims former contestant Whitney Bischoff, who made it all the way on her season, getting engaged to (and later breaking it off with) Iowa farmer Chris Soules.“I got highlights, lash extensions, a gel manicure, and a supply of high-definition makeup...They make us all look airbrushed.” Bathroom Politics Simply put, sharing the bathroom sucks.There are only four showers in the entire mansion, although one has two showerheads, so the ladies would occasionally double up.
“I used a little mirror outside on the balcony for natural light.And while such unrealistic beauty standards may seem outdated in 2016, so does the idea of competing with 25 women to win the heart of a mediocre-at-best man. We decided to consult some of our favorite former Bachelor contestants to find out exactly what they did and just how much they spent — from the cocktail parties to paradise.(Spoiler alert: It's even crazier than you'd think.) I do before I left for the show?It's a curious mix: both humiliating and ego-stroking.With last night's conclusion of the 19th season of ABC's contestants, who told all.