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Little Mix: ‘Our individuality brings us together’

Published 20/08/2016

Little Mix
Little Mix

Little Mix have “evolved” since they were first thrust into the spotlight in 2011, and now know what make-up does and doesn’t suit them.

The Little Mix girls like to keep things individual when it comes to their beauty looks.

The four-piece girl band – Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson – were thrust into the spotlight when they were formed on British talent show The X Factor back in 2011.

One thing the group has always made sure of is that they maintain their individual personalities within the line-up.

“From the very beginning, we've always gone with what we feel comfortable with, and we've also got different colour skin tones, and different colour hair… so what may suit me, may never suit Perrie,” Jesy said during a chat with Glamour.co.uk. “We're very individual and we like to keep it that way, and in a way that's what brings us together that we're all different, I think it's cool.”

Since winning The X Factor, Little Mix has gone on to become one of the biggest groups in the world.

While they were something of beauty newbies when they first found fame, the group is now well aware of what suits them when it comes to make-up.

“We went from wearing hardly anything - not really knowing anything about make-up - to all of a sudden having a full face every day… but now, we've evolved and we know what suits us and what looks good on our face and makes us look good,” Leigh-Anne explained.

As well as their musical success, Little Mix has teamed up with various beauty companies for ventures. They recently launched their second fragrance, Wishmaker, and were determined to work hard to find a scent their fans approved of.

"It's a really long process until you finally get what you think is the final perfume," Jade said.

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