The Celebrity Juice star spent the beginning of the week shooting her new Spring/Summer collection for very.co.uk and on Tuesday (17 February) she showed off a particularly fabulous make-up look we desperately want to copy.
We're big fan of Fearne's clothing line and can't wait to see what the new season has in store... but we're just going to have to wait and drool over her hair and make-up in the meantime.
Which we can totally cope with!
This sexy, 60s look was created by celebrity make-up artist, Justine Jenkins who has worked with everyone from Millie Mackintosh and Laura Whitmore to Jessie J and Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss.
Justine is also a cruelty-free make-up artist and beauty ambassador for The Humane Society and PETA, and you can see by the array of natural and chemical-free products among her wares (below) that she really does practice what she preaches!
Justine is responsible for many of Fearne's red carpet looks and never puts a brush wrong when it comes to Fearne's signature, liquid-lined eyes.
Here, she's taken her sex-kitten eyes one step further, by going all-out '60s on us with a chalky-white base over Fearne's eyelids, along with black shadow along the sockets of her eyes.
Fancy copying Fearne's look? Then here's how...
1. After applying your favourite base and concealer, grab a black liquid liner and apply it as close to your top lashline as you possibly can. Follow the natural line of each eye until you reach the outer corner, then stop before flicking it out.
Celebrity fave: If this picture is anything to go by, Justine loves Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup, £28, debenhams.com for creating perfect-looking skin.
2. Grab a thin, eyeliner brush and work black eyeshadow over the top of your liner to soften and slightly smudge the overall look. Then work this along your bottom lashline, again stopping at the outer corners to create a small space between your top and bottom lines of colour.
3. When it comes to your eyeshadow, apply the black first, using a small-medium brush to work it along the bottom of your eye socket.
Tip: Use your finger to feel where the bone of your eye socket is – where it ends is where you want to apply your colour.
4. Grab a matte, white-bone eyeshadow then lightly brush this all over your eyes, from your lashes all the way up to your brows. By applying this AFTER your dark shade, this will blend the two together perfectly.
We love: bareMinerals Ready Eyeshadow 4.0 in The Good Life, £29, bareminerals.co.uk which contains both a bone and black shadow, plus a couple of extra nude shades, bonus!
5. Finish your eyes with plenty of black mascara, then apply a rosy pink blusher over the apples of your cheeks, a matte nude colour on your lips and you're good to go.
ps: Sailor hat completely optional!
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