Lily Allen shares NAKED pictures from bath to promote £658 products

Lily Allen shares NAKED pictures from the bath to promote £658 worth of gifted beauty products in the style of a ‘QVC presenter’

Lily Allen went naked to promote £658 worth of Tata Harper beauty products she had been sent for free on Instagram on Monday.  

While the snaps were modest, Lily, 35, made sure her latest post got noticed as she tried out some of the expensive items. 

Lighting a candle, the mother-of-two called her luxury bathtime session ‘an event’ and showed off her incredible leopard print nails along with the products.

That’s one way to do it! Lily Allen shared NAKED pictures from the bath to promote £658 worth of gifted beauty products in the style of a ‘QVC presenter’ on Instagram on Monday 

Not cheap: She used a £63 clarifying mask, £257 boosted contouring serum, £63 clarifying cleanser and £94.00 concentrated brightening essence, £77 resurfacing serum and £104 serum lift

She used a £63 clarifying mask, £257 boosted contouring serum, £63 clarifying cleanser and £94.00 concentrated brightening essence, £77 resurfacing serum and £104 serum lift.   

Lily also poked fun at herself on social media on Monday when she wrote: ‘I turn into a QVC presenter when I get gifted things. 

‘I don’t really know what the brands what you to do with their products. Anyway, I’m just super happy I get sent stuff.’ 

Feeling unsure: Lily also poked fun at herself on social media on Monday when she wrote: ‘I turn into a QVC presenter when I get gifted things

She added: ‘I don’t really know what the brands what you to do with their products. Anyway, I’m just super happy I get sent stuff’

A treat: Lily wanted to show gratitude to Tata Harper for sending her the products 

She won’t be naked for long: Lily also shared some undies she had been sent in the morning

Two weeks ago, Lily shared a video apology to Instagram as she continued to flaunt freebies on social media, including Mrs H accessories, Dior gifts, silk pyjamas and an iPhone.

The singer insisted: ‘One doesn’t want to seem like they’re just showing off,’ while thanking (and tagging) various brands for gifting her with expensive products.

Lily first shared photographs of what appeared to be a leaf print silk pyjama set from Olivia Von Halle (which retails at around £400), gifted following her recent nuptials.

Then, the Smile hitmaker uploaded a snap of a MRS H custom leather phone cover from Chaos (worth £185) and other fluffy accessories given to her by the brand.

Erm? Two weeks ago, Lily shared a video apology to Instagram as she continued to flaunt freebies including Mrs H accessories, Dior gifts, silk pyjamas and an iPhone


Not showing off! The singer feigned received pronunciation as she insisted: ‘one doesn’t want to seem like they’re just showing off,’ while thanking (and tagging) various brands

Lily then held up a gifted iPhone 11 Pro (with a start price of £1,049) and thanked Apple for gifting her the smartphone.

Tagging Mr Kim Jones OBE, the artistic director of Dior Men’s, the singer shared a photograph of a branded black box of goodies, but didn’t show its contents.

She has previously been sent book totes by the brand which retail for more than £2000 each.  

Nice nightwear! Lily first shared photographs of what appeared to be a leaf print silk pyjama set from Olivia Von Halle (which retails at around £400), gifted following her recent nuptials

After flaunting various her freebies, Lily continued to do so, while giving a video apology for doing so.

While wearing pastel hued tie dye loungewear, and writing ‘thanks so much @shade_station for the sick hoodie,’ she faked a posh accent as she said: ‘Ohh I’m sorry.

‘I realise that posting all the stuff that people send me might annoy people, but it’s a difficult one because one doesn’t want to seem ungrateful…

‘But also one doesn’t want to seem like they’re just showing off. So, I apologise for anyone that finds it annoying,’ before shrugging at the camera while wearing the £110 gifted item.


Designer! Tagging Mr Kim Jones OBE, the artistic director of Dior Men’s, the singer shared a photograph of a branded black box of goodies, but didn’t show its contents

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