Many people in their 20s grew up alongside Kelly Osbourne through watching her family's hit reality television show "The Osbournes." Now, however, the fashionista is making a name for herself not only as a style icon, but also as a judge of style on E!'s hilarious "Fashion Police."
Osbourne recently dished about her own looks and love of makeup during an interview with Glamour Magazine.
For Osbourne, feeling girlie and pretty didn't happen until her late teens as she admitted her dad's bandmates "made [her] feel like a tomboy."
This idea quickly changed as she graced the pages of the magazine looking ultra sassy and totally chic. For one look, Osbourne dazzles in a festive red and green sweater with gorgeous makeup. The starlet enhanced her perfect pout in a light pink lipstick in a gloss finish. She also enhanced her eyes wearing tons of eyeliner on top, helping her gray eyes pop.
The second look Osbourne rocked during the shoot was a classic take on the high-ponytail. She mixed it up with stunning dewy makeup.
To rock similar makeup, try to find an illuminating cream blush. Tip: if you can't find the right product, simply apply your standard hue and then add a dollop of Vaseline on your cheeks and rub it along the blush lines. This will help give you that dewy glow on a budget.
For the third look in the series, Osbourne stepped it up for a totally glamorous, yet still edgy style. Ladies wanting to achieve a similar vibe will need a true fuchsia lipstick, black liquid and pencil eyeliner and false lashes.
To get the lips, start by lining your pout in a matching liner to keep the color in place. Next, grab the lipstick and swipe it on starting in the middle and moving out toward the edges. When it looks perfect, move onto the eyes.
For this eye makeup, you'll need to get comfortable with eyeliner. Start by using the pencil variety and apply it from the inner corner of your eyes and line your lash lines toward the outer corners. Next, use the pencil to make it thicker on top and push it out past the brow lines for a cat-eye style. When the lines are perfect, go over the creation with the liquid liner and fill in the thicker spots. Complete the look with the va-va-voom false lashes.