Holly Willoughby's make up artist uses this primer to create her flawless, glowing skin

Want to glow like Holly? This cult Japanese primer is her secret weapon

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 12: Holly Willoughby attends the ITV Palooza 2019 at The Royal Festival Hall on November 12, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Lia Toby/Getty Images)
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There are lots of things we envy about Holly Willoughby...

Her outfits on This Morning, (opens in new tab) her perfect hair colour. (opens in new tab) Not to mentionthat segment where she tastes wine at 11am and gets paid for it. It's fair to say her peachy, glowing complexion is also on the list.

So when we discovered discovered one of our favouritemake up primers (opens in new tab) was a go-to forHolly Willoughby's make up artist, we had to share the news.

What primer is used for Holly Willoughby's make up?

Make up Artist Patsy O'Niell, who works with Holly backstage on This Morning and Dancing On Ice, used Suqqu Treatment Serum Primer (opens in new tab) to create this stunning beauty look.

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View Suqqu Treatment Serum Primer, £42, Cultbeauty.com (opens in new tab)

This silky primer has long been a favourite of the W&H Beauty Team. Like everything from the Japanese brand it has an ultra-refined texture. It's also packed with skin nourishing oils, including camellia seed and safflower.

A touch of rosy pink pigment brightens and colour corrects the skin, while smoothing out lines and pores and leaving a gorgeous dewy finish.

With its light and spreadable texture, the primer is designed to be used as the first step in your make-up routine. Smooth it on with your hands to create a smooth, even canvas for foundation and lightly blur out texture inconsistencies.

It also includes SPF15 protection and locks hydration in so that radiant glow will last.

At £42 it's fair to say this isn't a budget buy. But this luxe treat bridges the gap between skincare and make-up so is definitely an example of getting what you pay for.

Looking for more make up inspiration?

Now if only we could sort the wardrobe and the morning wine tasting we'd be sorted!

 

 

 

 

Fiona McKim
Fiona McKim

 As woman&home's Beauty Channel Editor, Fiona Mckim has tried more products than she’s had hot dinners and nothing makes her happier than raving about brilliant finds on womanandhome.com or her instagram grid (@fionamckim if you like hair experiments and cute shih-tzus). Fiona joined woman&home as Assistant Beauty Editor in 2013 under industry legend Jo GB, who taught her everything she needed to know (learn about ingredients and employ extreme cynicism). She has since covered every corner of the industry, from interviewing dermatologists and celebrities to reporting backstage at Fashion Week and judging the w&h Beauty Awards.