Holly Willoughby is officially back in the swing of things as host of This Morning – and that means her glam squad are all back together, too! Hoorah. And, in tribute to their reunion, Holly's makeup artist Patsy O'Neill took to Instagram to share all the products she's using on the star at the moment – it's as if you read our minds, Patsy. In the shot from the makeup table, there are few favourites that Holly is known to use, as well as plenty of new beauty goodies – though they do seem to have a more natural, organic theme running through them. Nice!
Image: Instagram @patsyoneillmakeup
"Twas great to be back with this Sheila today @hollywilloughby on the @thismorning train. Enjoying these new products and a few oldies in the mix," she captioned the snap, in which we can spot bits from the likes of Lily Lolo, Aurelia and Inika cosmetics – who are all known for their more natural ingredients.
In the comments, Holly's exact lip product was even revealed – Korres' Raspberry Twist Lipstick, in what looks like the shade Allure. A balmy, crayon-style pencil, it gives a soft glossy finish rather than anything too intense. Other hero items include Charlotte Tilbury's Rock 'n' Kohl pencil in Eye Cheat – a nude, brightening shade – and Pestle & Mortar's Hydrate Light Moisturiser.
Holly returned to This Morning this week
The secret to Holly's signature glow? Looks like it's Cover FX's Custom Enhancer Drops – an intense highlighter that can be mixed into foundation, used as a base or applied straight to the cheekbones. We reckon that's the shade 'Moonlight', a champagne-like tone.
The presenter's concealer of choice is By Terry's pricey Touché Veloutee, which retails for £38.50, and it looks like she uses a powder base at the moment, choosing Inika's Baked Mineral Foundation, £33.
Holly and Patsy have long been fans of more natural, ethical products, with Patsy even telling the Mirror earlier this year: "I just aim to keep my make up kit really full of brands that are conscious and aware. I’m always trying new products out and experimenting."