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Madison Shows How Brett Helps Her with Glam: “If Your Man Doesn’t Do This, He’s Fired”
Southern Charm-er Madison LeCroy’s husband, Brett Randle, recently played a key role in her beauty process.
Madison LeCroy has shared an unexpected benefit of married life.
The Southern Charm salon owner took to Instagram on April 14 to post a quick look at her glam process. The video showed Madison sitting at her vanity, while her husband, Brett Randle, applied makeup to her back.
The Southern Charm-er told followers she had just finished cupping, a form of alternative medicine that decompresses soft tissues using vacuum suction. While the practice is said to provide many benefits — such as increased blood flow, relaxation, and pain relief — it usually leaves temporary marks on the skin. Madison provided a glimpse at the discoloration in an Instagram Story and said she had an event later that night. But the professional hairstylist wasn’t too concerned about the unsightly marks. Why? Because Brett was there to assist with the cover-up.
“Good job, babe,” Madison said in a clip, while her husband rubbed her back with an exfoliating mitten. “If your man doesn’t do this, he’s fired.”
She continued: “So I decided to do cupping right before an event, so now Brett’s gonna put makeup on it.” Madison then shared another Instagram Story in which Brett applied concealer to her back and proceeded to blend it with a beauty sponge.
“Yeah, babe — just dab, dab, dab,” Madison said with a laugh. “You’re doing the best.”
Brett appears to be a jack-of-all-trades who isn’t afraid of getting his hands dirty. Madison highlighted this in a recent Instagram Story that showed her husband cleaning their front porch.
“That’s hot,” she captioned the post, which captured Brett using a pressure washer.
The two tied the knot in November 2022 during an intimate ceremony in Mexico. Madison reflected on their relationship during an interview with The Daily Dish earlier that year, saying her then-fiancé brought out her softer side.
“All I can tell you is that I 100 percent know I’m with the man that I’m gonna be with for the rest of my life and that’s all I feel confident about,” said Madison, who shares a son with her ex-husband, Josh Hughes. “I just want to marry him, I just want to start my family. I’m just excited.”
She continued: “It’s definitely nice to not only feel like you’ve met your best friend but to also have security and feel safe. It’s always been one or the other. I’ve never had both. I know, if anything, he would take care of me, he would take care of [my son] Hudson. I feel safe with him. I know he has my best interest and I know that whatever happens, he’s on my side.”
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