The Voice coach was literally glowing as she arrived at the BBC Radio 1 studio in London yesterday. Paying homage to the old saying ‘less is more’, the stars make-up was sheer perfection. With such a short hair style it would be easy to over-do it with the slap to compensate for the lack of follicles yet Jessie has taken it all in her stride and if anything, has toned down her usual dramatic look.
She’s definitely grown up and realised she doesn’t need garish make-up to stand out and I think we’re all in agreement that her new look is a lot more flattering.
You don’t always need to wear heavy foundation, especially in the day time so opt for a tinted moisturiser or BB cream instead for a lighter appearance.
Natural false eyelashes give the appearance of longer lashes without looking trampy so the’re always worth investing in.
Add radiance to dull, lifeless skin with YSL’s coveted Touche Eclat pen.
Those of you with pale complexions like Jessie can get away with wearing bright lipsticks so add a pop of colour with a Barry M Lip Paint to finish the look.