After her appearance at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, I just had to find out her secrets! I grilled the 'Salute' singer's glam squad for the goss on her classy new look.
Her make-up artist Adam Burrell, who's also the ambassador for Barry M, revealed the products behind her red carpet face:
'We wanted this look to be bronzy and sculpted. It was very striking but simple. For her eyes, I applied Barry M Supersoft Eye Crayon in Brown, £3.99, all over then blended it out,' he explains.
'I contoured her cheeks and forehead with bronzer and popped on a bit of cream highlighter,' says Adam. Try Miss Sporty Ohh! Tan So Fine Bronzer, £2.99, and e.l.f All Over Colour Stick in Golden Peach, £1.95.
'When Perrie's dancing on stage, we can't use much gloss but it works on the red carpet and makes lips look plumper. I applied MAC Lip Pencil in Stripdown, £12, then layered Barry M Lip Gloss Wand in Toffee, £4.49, on top.'
Perrie's swapped full-coverage fake tan for a subtle faux glow.
'Perrie doesn't wear fake tan anymore. Instead I apply NARS Body Glow, £44. It's a sheer, shimmering oil and gives a bit of warmth without looking OTT,' says Adam.
Perrie's brow now has serious 'pow!' Here's what's changed: 'I think it's cooler to have a fuller brow these days,' he says.
'Perrie's always loved a strong look but over the years, hers have got thicker and more modern-looking. She's got a striking face so it suits her. I use HD Brows and Eyes Palette in Bombshell, £25.'
It's out with the fake, in with the flutter! 'I use Eylure Individual Lashes, £5.29, rather than strips now,' he explains.
'It's just a lot cooler and more natural. Perrie likes a rounded, wide-eyed look so I place them in the centre of her eye and feather them slightly either side. I often add a bit of Clinique High Impact Mascara, £16.50, too,' Adam says.
She's done bleached, purple and almost grey but Perrie's new multi-tonal look is my fave. Her hairdresser Aaron Carlo explains the change: 'I work closely with her colourist (Siobhan Jones at Headmasters) and we are both fans of seamless, natural colour.
We thought it was time Perrie embraced a more expensive, grown-up shade that works with her skin tone. I always add extra volume too using Hair Rehab London Clip-In Extensions in Mid/Light Blonde Ombre, £139.99.'
And for her sleek 'n' chic look? 'It's very easy. Create a really straight parting and apply some Kerastase Elixir Ultime, £34.50. Blowdry the hair super-flat then go over it with straighteners.
Add another drop of the oil in your palm and run it over your hair for a high-shine finish,' he explains.
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