The world’s obsession with the queen does not only stop at her Platinum Jubilee Celebration, we are also obsessed with her beauty and style. Who is she wearing? What’s the color shade of her lipstick? e.t.c. She is known for her neon and pastel looks which makes her stand out in the crowd. What makes this year’s celebration special is that she’s the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee.
As the hype around her 70 years of service builds up, new documentaries about the monarch debut on our TV channels, magazines, social media, photographs of her appearances e. t.c. The interest in her signature statement lipstick grew, and we had to inquire about what brand and color she wears.
Well according to findings, the queen gravitates towards bright coral, classic red, pinky nude, fuchsia pink e.t.c. Her go-to brand? Elizabeth Arden.
According to Grazia and Woman & Home, Elizabeth Arden had been commissioned to create lipsticks for the Queen, to wear to her coronation back in June 1953, and it’s been her well-known holy grail lipstick brand.
Reportedly, Elizabeth Arden also holds the coveted Royal Warrant, a warrant that marks the official recognition for brands that supply products to the royal household.
Ok, now that we know the brand of the lipstick she wears, what is precisely the name of the lipstick as we are keen to know or maybe shop to have a piece of her in our makeup vanity.
Well, according to the brand, expect long-wear, highly pigmented colour pay-off, expect a formula that deeply nourishes and moisturizes the lips, a lipstick that lends the lips some sheen, and long-lasting hydration for several hours. The lipstick is said to contain Volulip, protective vitamins, and shea butter that locks in moisture for a fuller, plumper lips, and keeps your lips kissably soft and smooth. The lipstick comes in a deep rich classic red color tone, it’s waterproof and smudge-proof a sure go-to for all your summer perfect pout makeup looks.
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By Lola Joseph