If you saw any of the coverage from the National Television Awards last night, you’ll probably have already swooned over Holly Willoughby’s dress.
The star wore a bespoke ballgown by designer Peter Langner, with a pink satin overlay and stunning tulle skirt for the ceremony, where she won the award for Best Live Magazine Show along with co-host Phillip Schofield and the rest of the This Morning team.
However, a gorgeous dress needs equally beautiful make-up to complement it, and the presenter’s go-to make-up artist Patsy O’Neill definitely came up with the goods.
Not only did she get Holly positively glowing, she’s kindly shared the full breakdown of the products she used so we can invest in the best pieces for ourselves.
Revealing the line-up on her Instagram account, Patsy shared a photograph of Holly’s finished face, featuring a subtle smoky eye, flawless complexion and warm nude lip.
A great base is essential, so Patsy prepped Holly’s skin with Kate Somerville’s Nourish Moisturiser (£55) and Suqqu Treatment Serum Primer (£42), before applying Delilah Cosmetics foundation in the shade Pebble, and Becca Cosmetics Under Eye Brightening Corrector, which is designed to balance out any hint of dark circles (well, she does have a lot of early starts).
On her eyes, Patsy laid down a foundation of Code Lid Lift Enhance (£22), a three-in-one concealer, primer and eyeshadow, followed by a pop of extra colour from a Suqqu spring palette and and glitter courtesy of Armani Beauty‘s little pots of Stellar magic.
After a slick of Delilah Cosmetics mascara to complete Holly’s signature wide-eye flutter, a pop of coral lipstick from Suqqu in their new spring summer 02 shade was all that was needed to complete the look.
The outcome, of course, was perfection, and while the products combined would set you back upwards of £250 (yes, we did the maths), picking one or two favourites could be the more affordable update your beauty stash has been waiting for.
Now we just need Holly’s wardrobe and shoe collection, and her hairstylist, if you’re offering. We can but dream!