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Lily Cole says no to make-up

Published 14/10/2013

Lily Cole
Lily Cole

Lily Cole decided on an all-black ensemble for a film screening in London yesterday.

The model-and-actress hit the red carpet in Leicester Square for The Zero Theorem screening as part of the annual film event.

While she might be used to showing off the latest looks for campaigns, the redhead decided to show off her natural beauty by shunning cosmetics.

Instead, her skin looked dewy and radiant, with a slick of pink lipstick the only product which was obvious.

The 25-year-old also opted to keep her hair natural, putting the straighteners aside to embrace her curls.

St. Trinian's star Lily has previously spoken about her laidback make-up regime.

“I don’t tend to experiment with a lot of make-up, I just do what I do, but I like to play with different lip colours,” she said.

“I go for taupe colours, a really natural look. I like products that enhance, rather than mask, your face.”

Lily also went for a casual outfit, wearing a short black jumper dress with opaque tights, a long black coat and ballet pumps.

Joining her on the red carpet was Prometheus star Noomi Rapace, who also decided on an all-black ensemble.

The actress donned a knee-length skirt, paired with an oversized jacket to ward of the UK capital's wintry chill.

Knee-high leather boots added some sex appeal to her outfit.

Unlike Lily, Noomi chose to experiment with her make-up, accentuating her eyes with a slick of black liner and adding scarlet lipstick to finish the look off.

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