Little Mix have had an edgy new make-over and we love it.
The hit girl band are currently starring on the cover of Notion magazine’s 72nd issue and Leigh-Anne Pinnock is definitely the stand-out star with her shocking swipe of blue lipstick.
The gorgeous 24-year-old was sporting an all-blue look for the cool shoot as she matched her daring lipstick with a dark blue silk dress, which featured a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit.
Fellow band mate Perrie Edwards also opted for a monochrome colour palette for the shoot – favouring gold to match her long blonde locks.
And it seemed daring beauty trends were all the rage as Perrie’s locks were styled into a dramatic afro.
The stunner, who recently spoke out about her pal Cheryl’s relationship with One Directioner Liam Payne, completed the look with matching gold eyeshadow and metallic manicure.
Meanwhile, Jade Thirlwall wowed in a sheer bridal-looking gown to match her newly silver-highlighted ‘do.
Little Mix star on one of Notion’s four covers for it’s 72nd issue, alongside Craig David.
According to the magazine’s website, the special edition sees the girl group quizzed by their own fans after they submitted questions through an Instagram competition.
Back in January the girls complained it had been “AGES since our last shoot” with Notion as they teased the stunning new cover.
Sharing some snaps from their last appearance, which was back in 2012 for Issue 61, Jesy wrote: “Shooting something special today with NOTION Magazine…can’t wait for you to see it! Been AGES since our last shoot! xjesyx”.
— Little Mix (@LittleMix) January 26, 2016
The girls are in the middle of their Get Weird tour, which launched in Cardiff on Sunday night, and on Thursday they took to the stage in Newcastle, which is Perrie and Jade’s hometown, for a killer show.
Throughout the tour, the girls have been strutting their stuff in a medley of hot pants. But it seems not everyone was impressed with their raunchy outfits.
The girls have been criticised for their skimpy ensembles and earlier this week spoke to the 3am to defend them.
Perrie said: “We wear what we feel comfortable in. We’re not overly sexy in what we do anyway. We go for sexy/cute. We’d never want to be scandalous.
“I think we’ve got the right kind of balance. Some of us are 24. We aren’t going to be able to wear stuff like this for the rest of our life, and parade around in little dresses and stuff, but at the same time, we are just girls.”