Rita has Ora about her

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

This month I have picked another style chameleon who I think is the coolest, funki­est pop star on the planet right now - Rita Ora.

With the X Fac­tor re­turn­ing to our screens, the new judge is sure to ramp up the style fac­tor and have ev­ery­one talk­ing about her look each week.

We are go­ing to be treated to some amaz­ing hair and make-up cre­ations from this stun­ning singer who loves to push the bound­aries and al­ways wears her look with sass, style and con­fi­dence!

You just never know what look she is go­ing to rock up with next.

She is prob­a­bly best known for her plat­inum blonde hair/ bright red lip­stick combo - she’s the UK’s an­swer to Gwen Ste­fani - which, from a make-up point of view, is a great look to cre­ate.

To achieve Rita’s fa­mous look, it’s all about ab­so­lute make up per­fec­tion.

Her fash­ion sense is quirky but her hair and make up are pol­ished to per­fec­tion.

And to be­gin with, it’s all about the base. To achieve her look, your base must be flaw­less but glow­ing.

Es­tee Lauder’s Dou­ble Wear is a big favourite for cre­at­ing a beau­ti­fully flaw­less base.

For the eyes, keep to softer neu­tral shades to en­hance your eye shape but use a strong black liner along the up­per lash line and fin­ish off with a set of lashes.

Rita loves her strip lashes. Try El­dora’s in M102.

Her eye­brows are al­ways well de­fined but they do fol­low her nat­u­ral shape so to achieve that look try Rim­mel’s brow pen­cil in dark brown.

Rita’s lips al­ways look amaz­ing and re­ally stand out. To achieve her bold pout try a red/or­ange shade like Es­tee Lauder’s in Car­nal.

Be­fore your slick on the lip­stick, though, line the lips with a strong red like Mac’s li­pliner in Brick.

Rita’s lips are full so you might want to ever so slightly trace your li­pliner over your nat­u­ral lip line. Not too much though, you don’t want to end up look­ing like The Joker!

So with your flaw­less face and eye-catch­ing lips you’re ready to Shine Ya light. All you need now is the funky hair!

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