Holly Willoughby wore this £22 nude lipstick for Dancing On Ice final

Holly Willoughby wears nude lip at Dancing on Ice final (Getty Images)
Holly Willoughby wears nude lip at Dancing on Ice final (Getty Images)

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It wasn’t just winner Joe Swash who dazzled on last night’s Dancing On Ice final, host Holly Willoughby also caused a bit of a stir.

Opening the show for the last time in 2020 with her co-host Phillip Schofield, the TV presenter looked striking in a white dress from bridal and evening couturier Lee Petra Grebenau, which was covered in silver glitter and had sheer sleeves and a structured bodice.

And though we probably won’t be investing in a similar dress soon (it would look a little OTT at our own place of work, don’t you think?), we will certainly be snapping up the nude lipstick that completely the glitzy look.

Taking to Instagram, Holly’s makeup artist Patsy O’Neill uploaded an image of the star before the final show, revealing that she had used Nude Rose by Lipstick Queen to give the host her show-stopping pout.

From the Sinner Lipstick collection, Nude Rose is inspired by glamorous old Hollywood makeup looks.

Blended with 90% pigments for full coverage, it has nourishing Shea Butter and Jojoba Seed oils to keep it feeling and looking soft and smooth all night long (as Holly demonstrated beautifully), plus it will work on any skin tone.

Buy it: Nude Rose by Lipstick Queen | £22 from Net-A-Porter

Fans were quick to comment on Patsy’s post, calling Holly’s look “beautiful” and “just wow”.

And if you’re looking to emulate more than just the This Morning presenters perfect pout, the celebrity makeup artist also revealed the other products she used to create the dewy look, including SUQQU Treatment Primer and Glossier’s coveted eyeliner.

Now, get us to the nearest ice rink, we’re feeling pretty inspired.