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See how you can recreate The Saturdays' Mollie King's modern and polished 60s California meets London girl makeup look
Mollie King loves makeup and tends to opt for black-rimmed eyes, pink lips and an immaculate complexion.
Start your base with a light-reflecting primer. Murad Skin Perfecting Dewy Primer, £29, gives the complexion a radiant glow and smooths uneven texture. Apply 10 minutes before foundation.
Lancome Photogenic Lumessence Foundation, £28.50, is great if you want all day coverage without looking cakey. It has a dewy and velvely finish that feels light on the skin. Set it with a veil of translucent powder.
A gel to powder blusher works perfectly for this look. Easy to blend, a wet to dry blusher leaves the cheeks glowing and doesn't fade. Pick a shade natural to your skin tone. Nudes and browns work best. Sue Devitt does some of the best blushers in the business. Try Gel to Powder Blush in North Cape, £16
For this look you only require one shade of eyeshadow. Go for a natural one that suits your skin tone. A warm beige if you are pale, a soft brown if you are medium and so forth. Everyday Minerals do a vast palette of nudes and browns. For this look Everyday Minerals in Wafflecone, £5.95, is perfect. Apply to your eyelid, up to the brow bone.
Pick a highly pigmented yet not too waxy eye pencil. You need to be precise and leave a well-defined line that won't smudge. Max Factor Kohl Pencil, £4.99, is perfect for the job. Make sure the pencil is sharpened and draw a thin line around your top lash line. Do the same along your the bottom lash line.
This look requires long, glossy, jet-black lashes. Go big and apply two to three coats of former Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt’s PETA-approved BM Beauty Mascara, £12, to your upper lashes and just a light coat to your lower ones to define and separate them.
Whilst much lighter and less obvious, Mollie King's makeup look takes inspiration from the 60s, with heavily black-rimmed eyes and pale lips. However the natural shade of shadow and the glossy rather than matte lip update this look and making it wearable for day or night. Go for a pink gloss. We love Yves Saint Laurent Shiney Lip Plumper in Glossy Candy £22, a fabulous shade combined with a highly moisturising, non sticky texture.