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LiLo's cosmetics counsel

Published 12/05/2015

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is making a return to fashion, working with Lavish Alice.

The flame-haired star took to the photo sharing website last week to announce she'll be working with UK retailer Lavish Alice. In true Instagram style she unveiled the news by posting a photo of the shoot, photographed by Rankin.

Now her creative juices have started flowing, it seems there is no stopping her. Earlier today she took to both Twitter and Instagram to give some make-up hints.

"Use a Auburn or Orange to show off the green in your eyes. It works! (sic)," she captioned a shot of a close up of her face. Her green eyes sparkle, with the bronze eye make-up adding more glamour.

Lindsay's latest foray into clothes comes after previous attempts failed to set the fashion world alight.

In 2008 the 28-year-old created 6126; a leggings line that expanded into a clothing collection. Lindsay worked with Kristi Kaylor and the label's name came from Marilyn Monroe's June 1, 1926 birth date.

In 2009 Lindsay was suddenly thrust into the world of high fashion, but her appointment as artistic advisor at Emanuel Ungaro was badly received. She worked alongside Estrella Archs and presented her debut collection at Paris Fashion Week, but the critics didn't take kindly to the clothes. The New York Times even compared her role to "a McDonald’s fry cook taking the reins of a three-star Michelin restaurant".

Despite past failures Lindsay is excited for the new line.

Lindsay Lohan x Lavish Alice will hit online shelves in June.

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