Bridgerton, Netflix’s new period drama series, was everything we needed to end our holiday break last year. Ever since watching it, I’ve been obsessed. As I’m sure you have been too! I’ve researched the series extensively from the makeup, wardrobe choices, magical set designs, and the incredible music. Recently, I got the opportunity to do an Instagram live with Lynda Pearce, one of the makeup artists for the series and the one responsible for Daphne Bridgerton’s natural makeup look. I was beyond excited because I loved how gorgeous yet subtle Lynda did Phoebe’s (Daphne’s) makeup throughout the series. Also, anything backstage makes me giddy (if you missed the live you can view it on here on instagram). I really enjoy seeing these stories come to life and the teams that make it happen. It really takes a village to complete a project of this scope!
Lynda explained how she wanted Daphne’s looks to be all about her natural beauty, complementing her beautiful features and applying just the right amount of product to look radiant but never too done up. Lynda also did the makeup for Lady Danbury, played by Adjoa Andoh, and you can find a list of these products here. I am a huge fan of the natural beauty approach the series took throughout and it was very insightful to learn more about her thought process with Daphne’s character and the different products Lynda used to create her looks. Below is a list of a few products Lynda mentioned she used that you can add to your makeup bag. These are perfect for updating your skincare routine and makeup rotation.
A Look into Daphne Bridgerton’s Natural Makeup Look
Daphne’s Makeup Products
Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser (this is only available in the UK, this one is similar and available in the US)
La Roche Posay Toleriane Ultra Soothing Care Face Moisturizer
Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Lip Liner
Pixi Beauty sheer cheek gel for her lips
Find more products on Lynda’s Instagram and these posts: here, here, and here (give her a follow to learn the exact products she used on Bridgerton and a glimpse of her work behind-the-scenes, it’s pretty fascinating).
Check out my other posts about personal style: 36 Best Romantic & Easy To Wear Dresses For Spring: Chanel’s Edit, and Why You Need The Classic French Beret: Chanel’s Edit
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