The Coronation Street cast member — who plays fan-favourite Rosie Webster — is no stranger to dropping jaws with her blonde bombshell appearance.
And Helen did just that when she arrived at The Sun Military Awards in London this evening.
Ensuring all eyes were on her, the Brit beauty stepped onto the red carpet wearing a midi-length black gown with metallic embellishments.
Showcasing her flair for fashion, the 27-year-old embraced the see-through clothing trend that has dominated 2017.
Looking every inch the small screen siren in the sheer-panelled number, which boasted a high neckline, the soap starlet posed up a storm for the photographers.
Adding a splash of colour to the co-ordinated ensemble, Helen donned crimson-coloured high heels and a berry nail varnish.
Allowing her long, platinum locks to cascade in loose waves around her face, the mum-of-one completed the look with nude-toned make-up and lashings of mascara.
Despite the chilly climate, Flanagan flashed a winning smile at the cameras as she made her way into the event.
“I want to cover my tattoos sometimes when I wear strappy dresses”
Thanks to the long-sleeved design of her dress, the actress’ large Marilyn Monroe tattoo, which sits on her left arm, was hidden from view.
In an update shared on Helen Flanagan’s Instagram earlier this week, the TV babe revealed she is eager to hide her inkings for certain occasions.
Addressing her 537k followers, she wrote: “Does anyone know of an amazing make-up [product]that covers up tattoos? I want to cover them sometimes when I wear strappy dresses.”
While the overwhelming majority of commenters offered assistance, some viewers were quick to call Helen out over her body art.
One disgruntled fan wrote: “Shouldn’t have got them [the tattoos] in the first place.”
Helen, who is in a long-term relationship with Celtic footballer Scott Sinclair, 28, publicly backed her Corrie co-star Jennie McAlpine, 33, throughout this year’s I’m A Celeb.
Having endured a stint in the jungle in 2012, Flanagan praised McAlpine for performing well in her Bushtucker Trial.
“Go on Jennie, SO brave. I would have sobbed and not have been able to have done it,” the starlet admitted.