Mollie King and Ella Eyre lead HUGE nude lip trend at Elle Style Awards!

Published Tuesday, Feb 23 2016, 22:50 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
The Saturdays' Mollie King stunned on the red carpet on Tuesday night (23 February) as some of our favourite stylish stars hit the Elle Style Awards 2016.

And while head-to-toe white was most definitely the fashion trend of the night, when it came to make-up it was ALL about nude, matte lips.

Eat your heart out, Kylie Jenner!

Mollie King attends The Elle Style Awards 2016 on February 23, 2016 in London, England.

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Looking as hot as ever, Mollie King led the nude lip trend at the star-studded bash, 23 February 2016

Held at London's Tate Britain, this year's Style Awards saw the likes of Liv Tyler scooping the gong for TV Actress Of The Year, while Lana Del Rey won Best Female Artist.

And if there had been a make-up award for the most popular beauty look of the evening, there was no question what the winner of that award would be.

Three words: Nude. Matte. Lips.

Hey, when Mollie King, Ella Eyre, Laura Whitmore, Ellie Goulding and more all opt for nude lips, that's the winner, right there.

Ella Eyre attends The Elle Style Awards 2016 on February 23, 2016 in London, England.

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Singer Ella Eyre wore head-to-toe white (also a BIG trend) with her barely-there lips, 23 February 2016

From chocolate-brown tones to soft peachy shades, nude was on everyone's lips. And with barely a millimetre of gloss to be seen it wasn't just the colour that was key, but it had to be creamy matte as well.

So, how do you nail this trend and get the shade spot-on for your skin tone?

For fail-safe colour, always look for warmer nudes (ie: peachy ones, rather than cool beige shades) that are one shade lighter or darker than your natural lips.

Lipsticks with classic 'brown' undertones also work for most people, giving a natural look to both pale and darker skin tones.

Just remember to use the pads of your fingers to blot it down into the skin and make it look more like 'lips' rather than 'lipstick.' Oh, and avoid anything too chalk-looking, because that's when things venture into the 'corpse' territory and frankly, that is not a good look.

Check out the bevy of nude-lipped beauties at Tuesday night's awards below...

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