Would You Wear a Star-Power Beauty Mark Like Leona Lewis?

10/14/2010 at 01:30 PM ET

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We’ve heard of wearing your heart on your sleeve–but your star power on your face? Leona Lewis did just that when she recently rocked the celestial shape just under her right eye for a fashion event in Paris. Makeup change-ups are nothing new to the multi-platinum-selling singer, who’s sported everything from extreme smoky eyes to bright teal eyeliner to hot orange lipstick, so we’re used to being shocked and awed by her red carpet looks. And while she often takes her beauty to the extreme, we think that this adornment adds a subtle flash of glamour to her otherwise understated makeup. Tell us: Do you like Leona’s celestial beauty mark? Vote below!

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Emily-Rose on

Never. Channeling a clown is not chic.

Katie on

It seems kinda odd to me, but when I picture her without it she seems very plain.

Lizzie on

Celestial shapes on your face should be reserved for the “stars”!

Leane on

Children under the age of 10 should be the only ones wearing stars on their faces. And only because they went to a face painting party!

KaTi on

Sure! It’s cute. It’s a not-so-subtle way of saying “My meal will be comped, right?”

Marcy on

The star is small enough so that it’s not distracting and is somewhat glam, but I think unless you’re going to a ’70s disco, it might be a look best reserved for celebrities and red carpet events.

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