The monarch was recently spotted at the Windsor Horse Show sporting pink lipstick.
Queen Elizabeth was recently spotted at the Windsor Horse Show and according to PEOPLE, the 96-year-old monarch was watching from her Range Rover as her horse Balmoral Leia took first place.
Her Majesty wore a lovely shade of pink lipstick for the occasion. For her birthday last month, the Queen went for a drive around her Sandringham estate on her birthday, also sporting a bold shade of lipstick.
Queen Elizabeth Spotted Out for a Drive on Her 96th Birthday in Bright Pink Lipstick! https://t.co/uObzT9RN7Y— People (@people) April 22, 2022
We know that the senior-most royal always catches the crowd's eye thanks to her monochrome outfits. For over 70 years, she's been showing off a style statement that's uniquely her own. While the Queen doesn't really advertise her favorite lipstick or the shade she wears, the outlet points out one of her favorite beauty products comes from Elizabeth Arden, a brand that has held a Royal Warrant for nearly 60 years. The monarch's senior dresser and in-house designer Angela Kelly has a close partnership with the brand. The Queen also loves their Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipstick, which comes in seven shades. According to Hello! Magazine, HRH tends to often wear a slick of fuchsia pink lipstick. And while no one really knows which color HRH prefers, she does tend to sport bold pink shades, similar to the brand's standout shade Wildberry.
Queen Elizabeth's Lipstick Shade (at 96!) Is a Closely Guarded Secret: Here's What We Know https://t.co/N4BCzdA3xH— A.Burton (@ArlineB12352052) May 13, 2022
If you'd like to know more about the Queen's style, Angela Kelly, the Queen's personal stylist and dressmaker, has added new details to her bestselling book about dressing the Queen. In the new version of her 2019 book, The Other Side Of The Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe, Kelly even shared how she had cut Her Majesty's hair when the Queen's support staff was scaled back to a small "bubble" of aides and staff members during the pandemic.
I have to say, Angela Kelly’s book The Other Side Of The Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe is utterly fascinating. Full of detail about her extraordinary friendship with the Queen, Miss Kelly doesn’t pull her punches either (often with just a few well chosen words) pic.twitter.com/PzQQvorX48— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 29, 2019
HarperNonFiction editorial director Katya Shipster said in a statement that the publishers wanted to celebrate the Queen's 70 years on the throne "as well as bring the content of the book right up to date following on from the unprecedented events of the past two years." "It tells the story of the Royal bubble as well as the lengths Angela and the Royal Household went to, to ensure the safety of our Monarch. There is no better look at what goes on behind the pomp and circumstance than this wonderful book," she said. The Queen's then-assistant private secretary Samantha Cohen wrote in the foreword, "Nobody is better placed to tell this hitherto unknown story than Angela Kelly. [She] has undertaken the exceptional responsibility of managing all aspects of The Queen's wardrobe with unstinting pride in her work, attention to detail."
Queen Elizabeth's Favorite Beauty Products Have Stood the Test of Time https://t.co/TWHRQg9ahZ #Beauty pic.twitter.com/gQTIs8R3AU— URBANTIAN™ (@URBANTIAN) August 5, 2020
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