The Big Reunion star looked absolutely beautiful with metallic eyes and a bright red lip teamed with fluttery lashes, contoured cheeks and defined brows.
The mastermind behind Natasha's look? Make-up artist Ashley Parkin (@ashleyep83), who also works with the likes of Essex lass Lucy Mecklenburgh and former Corrie star Helen Flanagan.
And, luckily for us, Ashley let us in on the exact products she used so we can get Natasha's look at home. Hooray!
First, Ashley used Estée Lauder Invisible Fluid Makeup, £27, to achieve a flawless foundation base while still allowing Natasha's freckles to shine through.
To add shape to Natasha's cheekbones, Ashley used MAC Pro Sculpting Cream in Copper Beach, £18 (available from MAC Pro stores) contouring just under her cheeks and along her jawline, plus a little on either side of her nose too. For a super-sculpted look she then used the paler MAC Pro Sculpting Cream in Accentuate, £18, on the high points of Natasha's face.
To help give Natasha's skin a silky smooth appearance Ashley used a pressed powder by Stila, before adding a touch of bronze with Clinique Pressed Powder Bronzer, £22.
A swirl of NARS Blush in Orgasm, £21.50, was applied to the apples of Natasha's cheeks along with a sweep of MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Soft and Gentle, £22, for a glowy finish.
Now for our favourite part of the look - her eyes! Ashley used MAC Paint Pot in Idyllic (which was limited edition, so try Maybelline Colour Tattoo Cream Gel Eyeshadow in Metallic Pomegranate, £4.99, instead) on her lids as a cream base, before pressing MAC Pigment in Rose, £17, over the top.
Ashley added definition to Natasha's lower lashline with MAC Pro Longwear Eyeliner in Strong Willed, £16.50, applying a thin sweep of Illamasqua Precision Gel Liner, £18.50, along her upper lashline.
For a flirty flutter Ashley used Ardell Double Up Lashes, £8.99. "Ardell is my favourite brand as they are easy to apply due to their flexibility, and they have an invisible band that makes them look more natural," said Ashley.
Natasha's Hollywood red lips were created by lining her pout with MAC Lip Pencil in Brick, £12, which helped define her lips and stop her lippy from bleeding over the edges.
Finally, Ashley filled in her smackers with MAC Viva Glam Lipstick in RuPaul, which was limited edition (boo!) so she suggests using MAC Viva Glam Lipstick in Viva Glam I, £15, instead.
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