The Love Island girls have come under fire as ITV2 viewers have spotted their epic foundation blunder.
Dani Dyer, Georgia Steel and Samira Mighty have all been spotted making one of the most common beauty mistakes people always fall victim to on holiday.
Viewers of the hit reality show have noticed the girls’ foundations are now too light for their skin after being in the sun for weeks now.
In a recent episode, Laura Anderson and Georgia Steel were called out as they went on dates with new Love Islanders Idris and Kieran.
One fan commented on Twitter: “Laura babe sort the foundation out. We’ve all been there but she’s got enough girls in there that you’d think one of them would tell her she looks ill #loveisland.”
Another wrote: “We are now at a stage in Love Island where no ones foundation matches their skin #LoveIsland.”
Love Island fans spotted Laura’s foundation fail as they point out the shade did not match her skin colour
The Love Island girls from 2017 also suffered this beauty blunder in the villa, with many calling out former Islander Montana Brown for her makeup faux pas.
OK! Online spoke to makeup artist Sarah Winstone from Hepcats, who shared her top tips on avoiding the same mistake.
Sarah said: “The issue on Love Island is to do with sun exposure changing your skin tone.”
She advises: “You might want different shades throughout the year depending on how much time you spend outdoors. Also, don’t be afraid to try mixing foundations (as long as they are the same formula) to get your ideal shade, particularly if you just need to change your tone slightly after being in the sun.”
In general, Sarah says the best way to make sure you’ve got the right foundation shade is to review the colour in natural light.
She explains: “It seems like a hassle but the best thing you can do is test on your face and then go outside and check how it looks with a mirror in day light. Artificial light and shadows indoors will change how foundation appears on your skin.
“Even if you’ve been matched at a make up counter, I would recommend going outside to see how it looks. Take your time, make sure you are happy with how it looks. Take a friend and help each other find the right shade!”