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Holly Willoughby’s £15 products – how to recreate her makeup

Laura Sutcliffe

Holly Willoughby is one of the UK’s favorite celebrity mums. Super friendly, refreshing and so pretty, she is among the best. So, if you’re anything like us, you might be interested to know that she’s just as likely to use cheap beauty products as expensive treats.

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We went hunting and found out what inexpensive products make her beautiful. Like Editor-in-chief of fashion and beauty news at HELLO! and a busy mom of a young Cub son, I’m all about affordable products that work with my routine. Watch the video for my take on all of Holly’s must-have products…

Mom on the run: editor-in-chief of fashion and beauty news at HELLO! Laura Sutcliffe tests Holly Willoughby’s hero products

Holly’s makeup artist Patsy O’Neill is great to follow on Instagram as she always checks the name of the great products she uses on the ice dancing Star.

Talking about her favorite neutral lip color, Holly once said of Burt Bee’s 100% Natural Satin Lipstick, “It’s a really beautiful product that I first saw at NTAs. I wore this pink dress and we wanted something quite neutral and Patsy, he was her find. It’s Burt’s Bees. And I love Burt’s Bees anyway because it’s really beautiful and natural. So she bought this lipstick and it’s my favorite that’s called Blush Basin. And it has a lot of shea butter in it, and it’s just looks like a colored lip balm. It’s just the most beautiful lipstick, it does not stick to your lips.


Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Satin Lipstick, £9.99, Amazon


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Eyebright™ Soothing Eye Cleanser, £10, Liz Earle


Liz Earle’s Eyebright is a product loved by both Holly and Patsy. Patsy recommends storing it in the fridge and applying it to the eyes before applying your eye makeup. She says, “It’s a magic morning wake-up product.” Holly also praised the eye puffiness product, saying, “I put it on two cotton pads and then held them over my eyes for about 30 seconds. I feel like may it reduce those redness and puffiness.”


Sukin Sensitive face moisturizer, £7.95, looks fantastic


Patsy recently opened up about skin prep on Holly’s Wylde Moon website. She explained that it’s more important than ever in winter to protect your skin. “I love Australian brand Sukin Sensitive Sensitive Face Moisturizer.” The £7.95 product is loaded with vitamin E, cocoa and shea butters. It is so hydrating and sinks into the skin very quickly.


CeraVe micellar cleansing water with niacinamide and ceramides for all skin types, £10, looks fantastic


Patsy recently gave Cerave Micellar Cleansing Water her stamp of approval, after using it on her celebrity clients. It is to see why. It is mainly gentle on the skin and, in addition, it dissolves makeup quickly and effectively.


Batiste Original Dry Shampoo – Clean & Classic, £3.25, Boots


Ciler Peksah, the only hairstylist Holly works with, said how much she loves Batiste dry shampoo, and Holly agrees. The This Morning star once said, “I’m a big fan of the classic Batiste dry shampoo. Not only does it do what it’s supposed to, it’s also great for covering up any roots you don’t have. had time to get it done, and also create texture in the hair. I also like that it’s affordable.


The Ordinary Serum Foundation, £5.50, Beauty Bay


In 2018, Patsy revealed the secret to Holly’s flawless complexion, uploading a photo of the gorgeous presenter’s “face of the day” to Instagram. She confirmed that she used a selection of foundations to create the perfect base for Holly, including The Ordinary’s hugely popular ‘Serum Foundation’. The lightweight formula is unique in that it has the properties of a serum but disperses like a foundation. There are 21 shades to choose from, so finding the perfect color match is easy, and the foundation also has an SPF of 15, which means your skin is protected from harmful rays. Not bad for under £6.


Vita Liberata Body Blur Latte, £15.00, Boots


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Holly hates fake tans. Speaking on the Beauty Full Lives podcast, Holly said she uses a skin perfector instead – Vita Liberata’s ‘Body Blur’. “It’s leg makeup but to be honest I would never wear it in real life. It’s for TV. Everyone thinks I’m wearing fake tan but I hate fake tan! I I’ve never been able to go on. I’m still tied to different brands of fake tans and that’s nonsense because I’ve probably had three fake tans in my life. But that leg thing, I really like it .If I’m wearing a skirt this morning, sometimes I put a little on my legs just to even out the tone a bit.”

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