You're in luck! We spoke to Lucy's make-up artist Hannah Ostrowicz, who revealed the £2.99 mascara and £1.99 lipgloss she loves to use on Lucy (yes, really!).
All eyes were on Luce as she flaunted dazzling glittery eyelids and a plumped-up glossy pout during a recent TOWIE episode.
And Hannah - who previously created a gorgeous 1960s look on Lucy - was happy to ditch the neutral eyeshadows and embrace a more adventurous look!
" I love it when I get asked to be a bit creative with Lucy. She knows she only has to mention the word glitter and it makes my day!" laughs Hannah.
"The star of this look was the Make Up For Ever Glitter in White Violet, £10.25. It's great.
"When doing a heavy eyeshadow look like this, I always do the eyes first. Glitter tends to go everywhere, so this way you can easily wipe off any excess product that may fall onto your face."
Here's how she achieved Lucy's glam look:
"I started by applying Bourjois Effect Smoky Pencil in Intense Black, £5.49, along Lucy's lower lashline, before blending it out with a black shadow from a palette by Make Up For Ever," explains Hannah. "I also took the eyeshadow along the crease of Lucy's upper eyelids. And remember - the key for smoky eyes is to blend, blend, blend!
"I then applied a primer all over Lucy's upper lids using a flat brush. Don't take this over the black eyeshadow that's already there, only apply to the bare part of your eyelid. This will provide a great base for the glitter to stick to.
"Next, using a flat eyeshadow brush, I carefully placed the glitter over Lucy's eyelids. Make sure you keep the glitter within the black eyeshadow you applied earlier, and build it up in small amounts until it's nice and even."
"Next up, foundation! I always use Make Up For Ever HD Foundation, £32, on Lucy. It's amazing - the coverage is flawless yet it still feels so light.
" I then set Lucy's foundation with Ben Nye Face Powder, £6.10, and applied Sleek MakeUP Face Form Palette in Medium, £9.99, as a contour in the hollows of her cheeks. I used the same palette to highlight the top of her cheekbones, before adding a wash of blusher to the apples of her cheeks.
"I coated Lucy's lashes with Collection No Clumps Mascara, £2.99, and added Eylure Naturalites False Eyelashes in 107, £5.35, for added oomph. Before you apply your falsies, always trim them so they fit your eye shape, and allow the glue to go tacky before you stick them on.
"Lastly, I lined Lucy's lips with the Rimmel 1000 Kisses Lipliner in Tiramisu, £2.99, adding a slick of 2true Colour Drench Lip Gloss in Shade 1, £1.99, over the top. These two products are the perfect combination for a natural, glossy pout!"
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