Emma Willis is currently gracing our screens – presenting Big Brother and The Voice. Fans of the TV presenter are captivated with her incredible fashion choices and beauty looks, which she often features on her hugely popular Instagram account daily. On Tuesday evening the stunning mother-of-three uploaded a smouldering close-up of her model-like face, and gave her delighted fans a rundown of the products that were used to create the look.
Emma looked gorgeous in the stunning snap
She accompanied the snap with the caption: "Last night’s #CBB face-to-face nominations face!" She followed it up with a series of hashtags listing some of her favourite products that were used.
Emma wore 'Fully Fleur' lashes by Eylure, which are £5.25
Emma, 42, had her make-up applied by celebrity make-up artist Amanda Bowen, who often perfects Emma's face for appearances and TV shows. We have discovered every product that was used in the snap – and it is all readily available now.
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, £22, was also used
Emma's beautiful almond shaped eyes were enhanced by a pair of fabulous eyelashes by Eylure. The lashes were part of the Fleur de Force range called 'Fully Fleur' and retail at £5.25. The lashes were teamed with Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, £22, and her smoking shadow was also by Marc Jacobs, in a selection of shades that appear in the Eye-Conic Longwear Eyeshadow Palette, £39. A highlighter was added – Marc Jacobs Matte Highlighter Gel Line Crayon, £23. The wife of Matt Willis's flawless skin was preened with MAC's Face and Body Foundation, £29.50.
Emma's smoky eye shadow came from Marc Jacobs Eye-Conic Longwear Eyeshadow Palette, £39
The TV presenter has fast become both a beauty and style icon – sporting a variety of fabulously stylish looks that prove exceptionally popular with her loyal Instagram following. She has an exclusive edit of items with high-street superstore NEXT, but also enjoys wearing luxury designer labels – particularly Victoria Beckham, Stella McCartney and MSGM, which she works into her professional wardrobe.