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Jesy Nelson's grungy nail style

Published 22/06/2014

Jesy Nelson
Jesy Nelson

Little Mix's Jesy Nelson likes to reflect her "grungy" style with her nails.

The singer and her bandmates Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall are really into beauty and have even created their own cosmetics range.

The girls teamed up with Elegant Touch to bring out a line of press-on nails, with Jesy opting to design a monochrome set. She says the black and white reflects the way she normally dresses.

"My style is very dark and grungy and I wanted my nails in our range to reflect that," she explained to British magazine new!.

The Little Mix girls have also created make-up products for Collection. Jesy particularly loves wearing her red lipstick from the line.

"I just love this bright red," she gushed. "The colour is so fab. It makes me feel great."

To go with her grungy style, the 23-year-old often rocks a dark eye. She uses Urban Decay's NAKED palette to get the look.

"This is really good for smoky eyes," she explained. "There are so many looks you can create with this."

Jesy also knows the importance of properly removing make-up, and opts for MAC wipes, as they keep her skin soft.

She also revealed some more contents of her cosmetics bag, which include MAC Face and Body Foundation and Bobbi Brown gel eyeliner.

With holiday season in full swing, Jesy is also keen to get her body bikini ready. She uses NARS' Body Glow to get the look.

"This makes my skin look really glossy and summery," she smiled.

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