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Video: Kate Middleton And Megan Markle Skin Care And Favorite Treatments
In matters of skin care, the Duchess of Cambridge relies on the advice of cosmetologist Deborah Mitchell - the latter has been taking care of Middleton professionally for many years. Bee venom has become Mitchell's favorite beauty component - the cosmetologist produces a line of products based on it, which stimulate collagen production and give a "lifting" effect. Even on the eve of her wedding to Prince William, Keith made face masks with bee venom and continues to use them today.
The wife of Prince Harry has repeatedly noted, and all the makeup artists who worked with her, that she stands for natural beauty and naturalness. But even Markle doesn't like inflammation and small bumps on the skin. In case of such troubles, the ex-Duchess of Sussex always carries with her a miniature bottle of her favorite remedy - tea tree oil: “This is the only thing without which I cannot imagine my travel cosmetic bag. It doesn't look too glamorous, but it instantly helps with cuts, mosquito bites, skin rashes, and just about anything. Oil costs a penny, takes up little space, and I always take it with me."
But Markle's favorite beauty procedure was an intensive facial massage: at any free minute, Megan sits down at the mirror and runs her hands along the cheekbones and the line of the lower jaw to make the face contour clear and taut.
The first lady of Spain does not like to share her beauty and youth secrets, but insiders willingly do it for her. According to reports in Western media, Queen Letizia is "addicted" to injections of Biotulin - also called "organic botox
Her Majesty, even in her beauty addictions, adheres to conservative views. For more than half a century, Elizabeth Arden has been her beauty favorite. Among the main favorites of the British queen are lipstick in the shade of Wildberry and the soothing cream Eight Hour, which instantly removes flaking and inflammation. The right hand of Elizabeth II, she is her personal stylist, jewelry and etiquette expert, senior tailor (many more regalia follow) - Angela Kelly - directly cooperates with Elizabeth Arden and orders funds taking into account all the wishes of the monarch.
In addition, the British queen avoids the bright sun in every possible way, uses protective creams and never leaves Buckingham Palace without a hat.
The Hollywood beauty and wife of the Prince of Monaco Rainier III took her age with dignity, and time had no power over her noble features. But the princess had one important "fad" in taking care of herself. According to beauty expert Peter Lamas, Grace Kelly never forgot to put the cream on her hands: “Once I asked her why she didn’t part with this cream. She replied: "The age of a woman will be told much faster by her hands than any other part of the body.
Makeup artist Mary Greenwell worked with Princess Diana for many years. According to her recollections, the wife of Prince Charles was responsible in matters of beauty and never went to bed without first washing off her makeup and cleaning her skin: “Diana scrupulously observed the regimen: she cleansed her face, applied toner and moisturized her skin twice a day”. Greenwell is sure that if Lady Dee were alive today, she would definitely be aware of all the latest advances in the beauty industry and the field of care products: “She would certainly use serums and apply sunscreen daily.”
- princess Diana
- Elizabeth II
- Meghan Markle
- Kate Middleton
- Queen Letizia
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