These are the exact products behind Claire Foy’s Bafta glow

Fans of The Crown will be most familiar with Claire Foy’s Queen Elizabeth-inspired make-up, but last night, the actress wowed the crowds at the annual Bafta Awards with a much more contemporary look.

With her hair pulled back into a chic updo, Claire let her make-up (and stunning diamond drop earrings, of course), do the talking, with a fresh, flushed skin, warm contouring on her cheeks and a gorgeous swipe of matte berry lipstick. Now, the brand behind her beauty – none other than Charlotte Tilbury – has revealed the exact products you can use to achieve the same results at home.

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The look was created by artist to the stars Kelly Cornwell, who began by cleansing Claire’s skin using Charlotte Tilbury’s new two-step Goddess Cleansing Ritual, followed by a layer of hydration from its Magic Cream moisturiser. She then applied Flawless Filter for glow, and Magic Foundation in Fair, before sculpting her cheeks with the Filmstar Bronze & Glow palette.

As for that gorgeous lip colour? It’s CT’s Matte Revolution lipstick in the shade Love Liberty – and if we only buy one thing from the whole line-up, it’ll definitely be this wearable, just-bitten shade.

Goddess Cleansing Ritual, £32.50, Charlotte Tilbury

Hollywood Flawless Filter, £30, Charlotte Tilbury

Magic Foundation, £32, Charlotte Tilbury

Filmstar Bronze & Glow, £49, Charlotte Tilbury

Matte Revolution Lipstick in Love Liberty, £24, Charlotte Tilbury

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Get the look. Skin prepared the skin right for a red carpet look, use the Dual Cleanser to get rid of any dirt and grime, follow by the Goddess skin clay mask, apply Revolutionary instant magic facial dry sheet, followed by Charlottes magic cream and magic eye rescue for the perfect moisturised skin, Eyes Liquid Liner used very close to the lashes Use pillow talk eye shadow palette, in the socket and along the lid for a flesh tone and a little bit of depth, use The Vintage Vamp all over the lid and blended up and out into a point, Two coats of legendary volume 2 in black mascara, For the brows fill in the gaps with brow pen in colour Rita Base Apply flawless filter for a glow to start in fair, then apply magic foundation in fair, all over face and neck, Magic wand on the areas that need work under the eyes and around the nose, remember to blend us your finger or a brush, Follow by a dusting of magic powder in fair under the eyes over the forehead and on the chin, for a little more help also apply Airbrush flawless finish powder in fair under the eyes and on any blemishes, Use film star bronze and glow on the cheeks for a little lift and cheek to chic in pillow talk in the apples of the cheeks, Use beauty light wand in spot light under the eyebrow arch, on the cheek bone, down the bridge of the nose and on the Cupid of the lips, to finish the look apply a dusting of glowing pretty skin palette on the cheeks and to highlight the collar bone, Lips Matt revolution love liberty Lip cheat liner Hollywood honey @ctilburymakeup #calirefoy #charlottetilbury #cthollywood #workingwithct @bafta #eebafta 💄💄💄

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However, it wasn’t just Claire’s flawless face that was the talk of the red carpet – the actress also confessed that she was feeling a little peckish as she was speaking to press on her way into the event, leading interviewers Dermot O’Leary and co-host Edith Bowman to offer her a snack.

‘It’s cold and it’s like dinner time and I haven’t eaten and I’m confused. I don’t know whether I’m coming or going,’ she said to the hosts, who then presented her with an open packet of Wine Gums.

‘Oooh, it’s a Wine Gum. Thank you!’ she exclaimed, subsequently attempting to answer questions and chew simultaneously. A girl after our own hearts.