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Lisa Armstrong poses for a sultry selfie as she shows off new look

by Nereida Broadus (2024-04-25)

She has been celebrating finalising her divorce and sharing an insight at lockdown life on social media in recent weeks.

And Lisa Armstrong, 43, showed off a new look on Sunday after resorting, like many others, to at home hair treatments during self isolation.

The makeup artist, who works on top shows like Strictly Come Dancing, displayed her impressive skills in a sultry selfie after dying her roots.

Gorgeous: Lisa Armstrong, 43, showed off a new look on Sunday after resorting, like many others, to home hair treatments during self isolation

Lisa looked gorgeous with her dark locks, adding more glamour with a clip in pony tail.

Teamed with bold brows and a touch of makeup, Lisa pouted for the camera and captioned the pic: 'If all else falls pop a fake pony on!!! #temporarilydarkenedroot #notbadformyfirsttry #backtomyoriginalcolour #stayinginisthenewgoingout #nofilter.' 





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It was reported last month that Lisa's £31million divorce from ITV star Ant McPartlin was finalised following a two-year battle, leaving Ant, 44, free to marry his girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett.

Amid the reports Lisa liked a post about being 'cheated on' and 'heartbroken' on Twitter. 

New look: The makeup artist showed off the results in a sultry selfie after dying her roots and clipping in a fake ponytail (pictured right on April 30 with her blonde tinged short locks)

Get it spot on like Lisa in a leopard print blouse from M&S

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Leopard print is always a good idea. A statement top is certainly an easy way to add interest to the joggers and leggings you find yourself wearing all the time at the moment!

Lisa Armstrong showed us how it's done in this printed blouse, which hails from Holly Willoughby's Marks & Spencer edit. We love how she's wearing this high neck number back to f