Every beauty product used to create Daphne’s flawless look in Bridgerton

It’s official: Bridgerton-mania has reached fever pitch. As Netflix’s fifth largest original series launch of all time, it’s fair to say the period drama has taken over our lives (and even our shopping habits). We’ve even already lined up our post-Bridgerton TV viewing to fill the gap in our lives it no doubt leaves.

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Set in Regency-era London, we’re introduced to the high society families of the time, with debutante Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and the Duke of Hasting’s (Regé-Jean Page) love affair taking centre stage. Narrated, Gossip Girl style, by an anonymous gossip writer (who goes by the name of Lady Whistledown), everything from the sets and the costumes to the soundtrack and tantalising storylines make for a visual feast.

And while we’ve all been getting in a flutter over the Duke’s ‘spoon moment’, we also couldn’t help but also swoon over the gorgeous Bridgerton beauty looks too, especially those of protagonist Phoebe Bridgerton. Lucky for us, the show’s hair and make-up supervisor, Lynda Pearce, has been revealing lots of the products she used on-set over on her Instagram.

To achieve Daphne’s flawless complexion for her Bridgerton beauty looks, Lynda used Ole Henriksen Banana Primer to prep the skin, before using Chanel Vitalumier Aqua foundation and Bobbi Brown concealer when extra coverage was needed. She used YSL Touché Éclat under Phoebe’s eyes and set the look with Chanel translucent powder. For blush, the MUA has said that she used Stila Cosmetics Convertible Dual Lip and Cheek Cream in the shade Lilium for a ‘natural flush of colour’.

She used Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillow Talk lip liner for Daphne’s wedding look and most of the ball scenes, while Dr Paw Paw lip balm was kept on hand to keep Phoebe’s lips moisturised during the long hours of filming.

As for highlighters: ‘Most of the time I didn’t use one on her face,’ wrote Lynda, ‘but I did use @maccosmetics Strobe Cream on @phoebedynevor’s collar bones. At the balls I did also use a very tiny amount right under the arch of her brow, on the brow bone.’

As for Daphne’s eyes, Lynda wrote that she used Urban Decay eyeshadow primer potion to prep the lids. ‘Then we used @maccosmetics eyeshadow in “malt” lightly all over the lid and up past the socket line. I then strengthened it in the socket. Then using MAC eyeshadow in “brun” I very slightly lined the outer top lash line. This was done very slightly and in a smudged manor so it didn’t look too intense. To finish we used @cliniqueuk power lash mascara in “dark chocolate”’.

For Dynevor’s brows, it was Mac’s eyebrow styler in the shade Fling, set in place using No7 lash and brow gel.

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But good skincare is, as we all know, the building blocks of a healthy, glowing look, something Lydia and Phoebe certainly didn’t gloss over. ‘Phoebe is incredible at looking after her skin & so I sent her home with @beautypro “brightening” masks to use to keep her skin bright and fresh. She also used daily Beauty Pro eye masks to travel into work and they would stay on until I was ready to apply her make up.’

At the end of the day, the make-up artist revealed that they used Bioderma Micellar water to remove make-up, followed by Liz Earle’s hot cloth cleanser and skin tonic ‘to close the pores.’ Daily moisturiser was La Roche Posay Ultra Cream, and every other day they used Drunk Elephant facial oil ‘for extra hydration.’

‘All of this, along with plenty of water and a facial every 6 weeks was our secret ingredient to Daphne’s dewy look.’

Every Bridgerton beauty product used to create Daphne’s flawless look

Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Prime

Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer, £15, Boots

Vitalumière Aqua

Vitalumière Aqua, £37, Chanel

Bobbi Brown

Corrector, £20, Bobbi Brown

Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat

Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Highlighter, £27, Lookfantastic

Poudre Universelle Libre

Poudre Universelle Libre, £40, Chanel

Convertible Colour Dual Lip & Cheek Cream
Stila Cosmetics

Convertible Colour Dual Lip & Cheek Cream in Lilium, £18, Stila Cosmetics

lip cheat
Charlotte Tilbury

Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk Original, £17, Charlotte Tilbury

Dr PawPaw
Holland & Barrett

Dr. PawPaw Original Balm, £6.95, Holland & Barrett

Mac Strobe Cream
John Lewis

Mac Strobe Cream, £26, John Lewis

urban decay primer

Urban Decay ‘Original’ eye shadow primer potion, £19.50, Debenhams

eyeshadow malt
MAC Cosmetics

Eyeshadow in Malt, £16, MAC Cosmetics

Eyeshadow Brun
MAC Cosmetics

Eyeshadow in Brun, £16, MAC Cosmetics

clinique mascara
Beauty Bay

Clinique Lash Power Mascara in Dark Chocolate, £21, Beauty Bay

Mac eyebrow styler

MAC Eyebrows Styler in Fling, £16.50, Boots

No7 Lash & Brow Perfector

No7 Lash & Brow Perfector, £9, Boots

Beauty Pro Brightening Collagen Mask
Sally Beauty

Beauty Pro Brightening Collagen Mask, £3.99, Sally Beauty

BeautyPro Eye Therapy Collagen Under Eye Mask
Feel Unique

BeautyPro Eye Therapy Collagen Under Eye Mask, £4.95, Feel Unique

Bioderma Micellar water

Bioderma Sensibio Micellar Water, £14.99, Superdrug

Hot Cloth Cleanser
Liz Earle

Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, £16.50, Liz Earle

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic
John Lewis

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic, £16.50, John Lewis

Toleriane Ultra Soothing Cream
La Roche-Posay

Toleriane Ultra Soothing Cream, £18.50, La Roche-Posay

Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil
Space NK

Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil, £61, Space NK