The Secret Behind Holly Willoughby’s Glowing Skin At The TV Choice Awards

Thanks to her make-up artist, we've got a list of everything that was used on the This Morning presenter's face...

Holly Willoughby is no stranger to stealing the limelight with her elegant style choices, and last night was no different.

See: Holly Willoughby Makes A Glamorous Return To This Morning

As the This Morning presenter strutted down the red carpet at the TV Choice Awards in her classic black stilettos, all eyes were on the 35-year-old’s halter-neck dress.

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Holly Willoughby stunned at this year’s TV Choice Awards…

What’s more, her beauty look perfectly complimented the winning fash’ combo.

See: Why Holly Willoughby Nearly Had A Crisis At The TV Choice Awards

Sure, the ITV presenter has been holidaying in Portugal, so we’d be a little disappointed not to see her rocking a sun-kissed glow. But there was something oh-so-effortless about her glam, and it left us wanting to know her secret.

It turns out, there was one staple make-up product that she’d chosen not to wear.

Yup. Holly’s make-up artist for the evening was Patsy O’Neill. And when we discovered that she’d included an entire beauty shopping list of what had been used for the occasion, we sat up and paid attention.

Alongside a shot from the red carpet event at the Dorchester Hotel, Patsy named the products that had been used to create Holly’s glow.

‘Skin prep @lizearlebeautyco Super skin serum @lorealmakeup BB cream@delilahcosmetics Mascara@nizzcosmetics Lipstick cranberry red #makeupartistry‘, she wrote.

Notice what’s missing? Yup, not a foundation in sight.

We mean, we LOVE that Holly kept it minimal – and we also love that she showed us a rare glimpse at those freckles.


Holly Willoughby and daughter Belle

Holly has previously confessed to Marie Claire: ‘I’m not very good at wearing things on my skin, even foundation, I just don’t like the feel of it.

‘So my BB cream is my best bet, it literally just feels like I’m wearing a moisturiser.’

She continued: ‘A little bit goes a long way; I put a small amount on the back of my hand and then press four dots of it onto my face and blend in.’

We’re feeling inclined to show our skin a little lovin’ now too.