So we were pretty chuffed when Abbey's SCD hairdresser and make-up artist Tracey Jones gave us the goss on the products she just can't live without.
Shopping lists at the ready!
For a flawless base that stays put all evening, Tracey uses Laura Mercier Silk Crème Foundation, £34, mixing the shades Sand Beige and Beige Ivory to get the perfect match for Abbey's skintone.
She covers any pesky blemishes with MAC Select Cover-up Concealer in NC30, £15, before adding a glow with Bourjois Délice de Poudre Bronzer, £6.99, plus a pop of MAC Powder Blush, £18, on her cheeks.
Next up - disco eyes! To keep Abbey's make-up in place, Tracey first uses MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Constructivist, £15, all over her lids. She then ups the ante by placing a gold glitter eyeshadow on top (get the look with Barry M Dazzle Dust in Bronze, £4.59) before plumping her lashes with Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Eyes Mascara, £22.50.
Finally, Tracey adds a sheen to Abbey's pout with Lancôme Juicy Tubes, £16.50 each, which come in an array of fruity colours.
When it comes to Abbey's tumbling blonde barnet, Tracey adds a touch of oomph with Beauty Works Double Volume Remy Instant Weave in Bohemian, £190. She says that after overusing professional extensions, Abbey's hair has become weak, so Tracey uses this hairpiece to add volume without damaging her bonce.
And for a body confidence boost (imagine wearing those tiny outfits on TV!) Abbey gets a St. Tropez professional spray tan once a week, topping up her glow in the evening with Rimmel Sun Shimmer Instant Tan, £6.99.
Abbey wore Beauty Works Remy Double Volume Instant Weave in Bohemian, £190, on Strictly Come Dancing. Get a similar look with Beauty Works Double Volume Straight Instant Weave, £39.99.
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