Lorraine kicked off Monday morning with a fab new outfit and we’re loving it! The TV veteran wore a green polka-dot shirt by Zara which is a part of the excessive road retailer’s present assortment, and prices £29.99. She teamed it with a pair of black cropped trousers which have a price ticket of £15 from Dorothy Perkins. Topping the look off, the 59-year-old rocked some black excessive heel sneakers, additionally from Zara. So stylish! We beloved the top specifically – it had lengthy, voluminous sleeves, a spherical, cowl-style neckline and gathered shoulder element. It’s the form of design that may be perfect for each work, and a celebration afterwards. Sharing her newest look on Instagram, she gave a shout-out to her glam squad, too. “Thanks as always @bronaghwebster @helenhandmakeup.”
Lorraine wore two nice excessive road manufacturers on Monday’s present
HELLO! chatted to MUA Helen, who has been working with Lorraine for a few years. “I started working for GMTV and the Lorraine Show back in 2001 but didn’t really start doing Lorraine’s make up until 2002/2003 so 16,17 years. I don’t ever think of it as work, it’s easy and always fun!”
SHOP: £29.99, Zara
On the Scottish star’s wholesome outlook, Helen stated: “Lorraine is fit and healthy, a natural beauty. Doing things like Zumba, finding exercise that you enjoy, changing your shape gives you that natural confidence to be able to try more looks and feel comfortable in your own skin. I would say Lorraine is more open to experimenting now.”
SHOP: £15, Dorothy Perkins
If you’re ever questioning how the mother-of-one appears to be like so contemporary within the mornings, there’s a number of merchandise she swears by.
“Lorraine has beautiful skin naturally,” Helen stated. “When we do a shoot or red carpet events I will prep the skin first using Elemis Collagen Cleansing Calm and La Prairie eye cream. I use a gentle coverage of Avon’s Makeup Moisturising Cream followed by Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream to give the skin an instant glow.”
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