The actress and former 'wild child' Drew Barrymore recently revealed that her 'wake-up beautiful' secret was not a pre-bedtime skincare ritual or magic potion. No, Drew's swear-by, no-messing failsafe was to apply her eye make-up before she falls asleep. That way, come the morning, she can simply leap out of bed - and off she goes (or that's what she'd like us to believe). Beauty purists would no doubt disapprove of this wreckless behaviour, and we'll talk about beauty do's and dont's some other time. But sleeping in your make-up is nothing new in the world of glamour and fashion. Back in the 90s, make-up artist Laurie Starrett, one of my favourite collaborators, was infamous for the smoky, sexy kittenish eye make-up he created for Ellen Von Unwerth's Guess girls. Looking back at the archives, I spotted a young Drew Barrymore who was almost certainly introduced to Starrett's slept-in make-up technique on a Guess ad shoot, so it's good to know she has remained true to her beauty roots.