Belfast Telegraph

Friday 27 May 2016

Sienna is Poppy's make-up guru

Published 04/06/2014

Poppy Delevingne and Sienna Miller
Poppy Delevingne and Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller acts as a beauty guru to Poppy Delevingne.

The two stars are good friends, with Poppy in awe of the actress’ signature boho style. She always turns to Sienna when she is unsure of which cosmetics trends to follow and Sienna has been known to give her a full makeover in the past.

“For beauty advice, I always ask Sienna Miller. She’s always known what’s hot and what’s not and is really quite adventurous,” Poppy told Company magazine. “Whenever I go out with her, she always redoes my make-up half way through the night and changes it completely if it’s not good enough!”

Even though she is a model and fashion muse with access to pieces from the biggest design houses in the world, Poppy can’t help looking to others for tips when it comes to clothes too. She really admires Laura Bailey, who Poppy says has a knack for putting exciting looks together.

“Laura Bailey is my summer style idol. She’s just refreshing every time and always pulls something together that’s out of the ordinary and kind of spectacular,” the star enthused. “I like that she takes a lot of inspiration from the ‘60s and ‘70s. She’s the only person I know who can pull off socks and open-toe shoes, so that’s pretty cool.”

Poppy recently married James Cook, enjoying lavish ceremonies in the UK and Morocco. Now she’s tied the knot, the 27-year-old has grand plans on how to mark the marriage.

“After I’m married, I want a palm tree tattoo on my boob!” she laughed. “I don’t have any tattoos, but I’m going to get one.”

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