Lisa Armstrong headed back to work this week, and she wore a striking face mask to make it a safe and stylish experience! Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the makeup artist posted a photo of herself in a stunning mask that featured Louis Vuitton's iconic black and gold logo with an incredible mouth design on the front that looked like a large pair of red lips, with huge white teeth biting down on the lower lip.
The BAFTA award-winner also wore a pretty black top with a green and blue pattern, a gold necklace, and perhaps the most important accessory of all – a plastic face shield.
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Lisa captioned the behind-the-scenes picture: "And we’re back to work....... great to be working again but in such a different way!!! #safetyfirst #thenewnorm @catchphrase @stephenmulhern Thank-you @bentherules for my protective but fun mask #loveit xxx." Her followers were big fans of her pandemic style, with one commenting: "How can you even rock a face mask & visor! Love it xx."
Lisa's fans loved her stylish new face mask
Others added: "That mask wins lockdown," "OMG I love it Lise!! Only you," And: "Best mask ever babe!!!! Go smash it xxx." Lisa's famous friends were also keen to share their approval, with Pussycat Dolls star Ashley Roberts posting heart-eyes and crying-laughing emojis in response, and comedian Alan Carr adding: "I want that mask!!!"
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The 43-year-old, who divorced I'm a Celebrity presenter Ant McPartlin earlier this year, is best known for her work on Strictly Come Dancing, where she is head of the makeup team. However, Lisa works on a range of other programmes, mostly behind the camera but she has also appeared as a guest judge on BBC Three's makeup artist talent competition Glow Up.
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Lisa also often impresses her social media followers with her fun but chic sense of style, and clearly sees no reason to let a pandemic stop that trend…
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