Leona Lewis fans marvel at her unchanged complexion as she stuns with festive beauty look

One More Sleep singer Leona Lewis looks like she’s been beauty sleeping for the last decade, according to fans. Though she may be celebrating 15 years since winning The X Factor, her incredible complexion doesn’t betray any time having passed at all.

The now-36 year old was crowned the winner of the show when she was just 21, but hasn’t aged a day since, it seems. The singer proves that fact in a series of recent Instagram snaps where she shows off some impressive and festive makeup looks.

Her dedicated fans have been Bleeding Love in the comment sections, with plenty marvelling at how young she looks.

“You look amazing, haven’t changed at all,” mused one

“You are literally one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen,” said another.

A third wrote: “15 YEARS?!??!!! Noooo wayyyy.”

Comparing the star now to how she looked when she won the show, there really isn’t much difference. Leona’s incredible curls are very much still a fabulous feature on her head, and her makeup is just as, if not more, glitzy than ever.

A favourite look of ours from her recents snaps is a metallic lilac one. Leona wore it to promote the Queen of the Universe, a drag-singing series on Paramount that she’s been a panellist on. The star also served major party season inspo with a sparkly silver midi dress, complete with matching a bedazzled eye look.

Leona isn’t the only X Factor star to be making headlines with her beauty look. Fellow contestant Tamera Foster, who made it to the tenth season semi-finals, has just relaunched her music career – and with a very different style. Gone are the days of her extension-heavy blonde tresses, and in its place are a series of glamorous and bold beauty looks that give her a very A-list vibe.

The X Factor might not be on our TVs anymore but it certainly has produced some contestants that age better than a fine wine!

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