TOWIE star Courtney Green shares everyday makeup routine and beauty product she simply can’t live without

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TOWIE star Courtney Green has shared her every day makeup routine with us, and it’s no wonder the star always looks as glamorous as ever.

Courtney, 25, who lives in a luxurious Essex home, spoke to OK! Online about the products she swears by.

“If I’m waking up and I’m thinking ‘ugh’ and I can’t even look at myself without heaving then I’ll put some Laura Mercier tinted moisturiser on.

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“Right now that we’re not going anywhere I wouldn’t do anything too heavy but if I’m doing a video I’ll go with my normal night makeup,” explained the star.

Explaining what her ‘everyday makeup’ look involves, Courtney said: “I’ve got a special day makeup and a night makeup because in the day I don’t like wearing heavy makeup.

“I’ll wear light foundation in the day which is a By Terry Hyaluronic light foundation and my Laura Mercier tinted moisturiser is really light.

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“Then with my Palm Beauty eyeshadow palette I’ll just stick with London which is perfect if you’re just doing a nice chill makeup.”

Courtney has just launched her makeup brand Palm Beauty, with the star creating a range of products at an affordable price, from eyeshadow palettes to lip glosses, and all are cruelty free, vegan and vegetarian friendly.

The TOWIE regular went on to tell us that she’d struggle to live without eyeshadow, detailing it as the product she needs each day.

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“You know how some people won’t touch eyeshadow well I’m like no, I love it and also I couldn’t live without an eyebrow pencil and lipgloss,” Courtney said.

“I hate waking up with gappy eyebrows.”

The brunette beauty’s makeup collection came about after she found herself spending “so much” money on makeup.

She explained to us: “I spend so much money on makeup and it was the first lockdown and I was doing my makeup and I’ve got loads of eyeshadow palettes from loads of different companies, and I only like about three of the colours.

“So I just thought why not try and create my own eyeshadow palette with all my favourite colours in it.

“I was researching and I’m also lucky that my sister is in beauty PR so she sort of steered me in the right direction and then I trialled so many products and I found the perfect ones. I just love it.”

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The star says she’s added some of her favourite shades into her Palm Beauty palettes, including brown, red and orange colours “because they mix together so nicely.”

Courtney also shared her top makeup tip which will come in handy when restrictions lift and nights out are on the cards once more.

Courtney told us: “I actually learnt this off TikTok but what you do is you use setting spray on your face before you do your makeup, then you do powder.

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“Then you do setting spray again and then you do foundation and it’s so nice and gives you such a nice smooth base to start with.”

Et voila! It’s so quick and simple but it’ll give you a stunning complexion in no time, which perhaps explains why Courtney, 25, always looks amazing.

Courtney’s exciting new makeup brand Palm Beauty is available now at

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