Ashley Roberts' beauty essentials are a coral eyeliner, because it looks great with and without a sun tanned skin, a bronzer and red lipstick.
Ashley Roberts' beauty essential is a coral eyeliner.
The 35-year-old singer - who is known for being a member of the girl band The Pussycat Dolls for seven years - has admitted if she was to be stranded on a desert island and was only allowed to take a select few cosmetic products with her it would be a ''little bit'' of bronzer, a red lipstick and a peach-coloured eyeliner.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz about her must-have beauty items, the blonde beauty said: ''My three beauty products would be a little bit of bronzer, a red lippy, or eyeliner like a coral because that's quite nice with a tan and a mascara. Really that's all you need.''
And the 'Buttons' hitmaker has revealed she prefers a simplistic and minimalist aesthetic for the day time, as well as for a glamorous red carpet event, because she likes to ''see [her] face''.
She explained: ''Everyday natural I like some mascara, some bronzer, and throw on a little lippy and that's probably it. But if I do red carpet I boost it up a little bit, but I usually like to see my face.''
Meanwhile Ashley, who launched her debut footwear line Allyn in February, has revealed her middle name, her rebellious upbringing, and being surrounded by ''a lot of Western cowboys'' largely influenced her Spring/Summer 2017 collection.
Speaking about her latest venture, she said: ''My father was a musician and he was in the Mamas and the Papas for a little bit, and I grew up around creativity, rock and roll. So a lot of my inspiration is from what I saw growing up.
''A lot of the buckles on my shoe are inspired by Phoenix, Arizona, because we have a lot of Western cowboys, so I really tried to tie in my inspiration from growing up with my father, and also what inspired me as a teenager - rebelling.''
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