Amanda Holden uses this affordable foundation as she gives make-up tutorial with a twist

Amanda Holden reveals beauty secrets
Amanda Holden reveals her go-to beauty buys in her latest make-up tutorial "with a twist". (Getty Images)

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Amanda Holden never fails to impress fans with her flawless beauty and stylish outfits.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge hit the headlines when she carried out household chores in very glamorous ensembles, as she mowed the lawn in her wedding dress during lockdown.

Now, the talking point has shifted to the 49-year-old presenter’s latest make-up tutorial with a “twist”.

Over the weekend Holden recruited the help of her 14-year-old daughter Alexa - also known as Lexie - to demonstrate her beauty routine in a hilarious video, which was shared on Holden’s official Instagram account.

In the clip Holden’s arms are behind her back and replaced by her child’s hands, who applies all of the cosmetic products.

At the start of the video Holden reveals the first thing she does is apply a CC cream or foundation with a high SPF.

There is one product in particular she swears by - IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream with SPF.

Lexie went on to smother the cream all over Holden’s cheeks and forehead, which Holden found very amusing.

Buy it: IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream with SPF 50+ | £32 from Cult Beauty

The product works as a base layer for other make-up products to be applied on, or it can be worn on its own.

The CC cream not only conceals imperfections and balances uneven skin tone, it also minimises the appearance of pores, while also providing protection from UV rays.

The nourishing formula contains hyaluronic acid, as well as soy extract and other vitamins, to moisturise the skin, as well as collagen to firm and tighten the target area.

Holden’s make-up must-have comes in 12 shades, ranging from light, medium and neutral to rich and deep hues, to suit everyone’s skin tone, and each tube costs just £32.

After applying the best Holden went on to use Too Faced’s Natural Face Palette, which includes a medley of six bronzers and blushers.

Holden’s make-up tutorial concluded with her daughter using Bobbi Brown’s eyeshadow palette on her eyelids, before adding a touch of red lipstick and lipgloss.