Jade joined the Little Mix ladies on US breakfast show, Good Morning America yesterday (4 February) and while they all looked as fabulous as ever as they performed their single 'Move', it was Jade's lippy that really caught our eye...
Orange lipstick was given major attention on the Spring/Summer 2014 catwalks (DKNY, DSquared2, need we go on?) so we knew we'd be seeing a whole lot of orange this spring, but little did we know that those cheeky celebrities would start the trend so early.
January saw some of our favourite beauty icons doing various shade of orange lips on the red carpet, including Brit babes, Fearne Cotton at the National Television Awards and Keira Knightley at the London premiere of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
Over the pond, the awards season has been similarly awash with orange pouts with Golden Globe winners, Amy Adams and Cate Blanchett both rocking the look in their own different ways...
So what's the story with orange lips and are they REALLY that wearable for us normal folk?
If you'll notice with all these lovely ladies, none of them have gone for the true, bright orange lippy as seen on the catwalks. Instead, the look is much more of a muted, orangey-red tone, or 'hot tomato' as celebrity make-up artist, Lisa Eldridge calls it.
By going more red than yellow, the look becomes far more wearable and flattering against both your skin and your teeth (yellowy orange shades will make even the whitest teeth look yellow, fyi).
To recreate the look, try Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square, £18, selfridges.com which is just the right side of orange to suit most skin tones.
And if you're still a little scared of going for full-on colour, stick with tinted balms or sheer textures that leave you with just a wash of colour rather than an intense, all-over stain.
We love L'Oréal Paris Rouge Caresse Lipstick in Rebel Red, £7.99, boots.com which again may be called a 'red', but is a lovely orangey-red that gives a good pop of colour without being too rich.
After applying it to your lips, try patting it down with your fingers for an even softer look.
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