Made In Chelsea’s Binky Felstead Is Our New Beauty Guru

Made In Chelsea‘s Binky Felstead has been LOOK’s E4 girl crush for some time now. With her pretty pout, all-year bronze glow and gorgeously thick, tumbling locks, she’s the perfect mix of country bumpkin and total babe and has us regularly reaching for our make-up bags to attempt to emulate her Chelsea girl cool.

So, we thought it was about time we caught up with the lady herself to pick up some top beauty tips, grill her on her handbag essentials and talk about that hot boyfriend of hers, Alex Mytton…

Over to you, Binks!

What one beauty essential can’t you live without?

I couldn’t leave my house without my Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, my Guerlain Terracotta Bronzer from and my Halo handy hygienic wipes.

What’s the best beauty tip Mummy Felstead has ever given you?

I always remove my make-up before bed. My mother was very adamant I did from when I was younger and I always have. Apparently not removing your make-up ages your skin by seven days. It could be a myth but it’s stuck in my head. I probably spend less than five minutes taking off my make-up so the Halo eye make-up remover pads are really handy and easy to use which saves time.

Do you prefer getting dolled up or rocking the natural look?

I like to experiment with my make-up a lot in the evening and keep it natural and fresh in the day.

Would you ever do a naked beauty shoot?

It would depend on a number of factors and what it was for…

What are you top tips for looking hot on holiday?

Be prepared – Halo wipes are my holiday saviours! The eye make-up remover pads are perfect for quick touch ups when taking a break from sunbathing for lunch and are the best at removing waterproof mascara. I also carry around some deodorant wipes in my beach bag so I can discreetly keep looking and smelling fresh.

Binky is the face of beauty brand Halo wipes. For more info, check out their


or follow them on Twitter @HaloWipes.

By Robyn Munson

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