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After a year off, Love Island is back on our screens and we couldn’t be more thrilled. But it’s not only the contestants who are super glam – we’re also always intrigued by whatever host Laura Whitmore is using in her beauty regime.
In a new video with Boots as part of its “Feel Good” campaign, the show’s host has shared some of her top beauty tricks to inspire viewers’ own beauty regimes – just months after welcoming her first child with husband Iain Stirling, aka the voice of Love Island.
Asked about her Love Island beauty essentials, Laura said, “A lot of foundations that I use have SPF in it, to protect you from the sun – that would probably be my favourite.”
She added: “I think good skin is really important, especially under camera lights and if you’re outside in the natural sunlight. Something that makes the skin look dewy but not sweaty.”
Right now, one of the most popular bases with sun protection at Boots is IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream, £32.50 here, which contains an SPF of 50.
As for her beauty regrets, Laura says, “Me using way too much kohl eyeliner. So much so, that if you go on a night out in a sweaty club, it would end up rolling down your face and you’d look a bit like a panda.
The 32 year old also shared her first ever beauty buy, which we’re sure many a beauty fan will have tested in their time – Sun In spray. “You’d spray it in, it was almost like lemon juice, and then if you’d get into the sun, it would make your hair lighter,” Laura reminisced.
“The problem was I wouldn’t do it evenly so there would be some patches which would be quite yellowy green. I just didn’t do it right. There were a lot of us in Ireland with questionable hair because of Sun In, but what a time."
Well as they say, you live and you learn – especially when it comes to beauty!
The Love Island drama continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
* Laura Whitmore has partnered with Boots as part of their “Feel Good" campaign, to help empower the nation to get back out there again this summer.
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