Bridgerton's MUA reveals actual products used to create Phoebe Dynevor's glowing skin

Phoebe Dynevor's makeup on Bridgerton is #skingoals

BRIDGERTON, from left: Phoebe Dynevor, Ruth Gemmell,
(Image credit: Everett Collection Inc / Alamy Stock Photo)

In between the scandalous storylines, we couldn't help but notice Phoebe Dynevor's makeup on Bridgerton. Flawless with a middle-of-the-road sheen, it's everything we wish our WFH beauty routines would deliver right now.  

Bridgerton has served up some headline-worthy beauty looks - what with 'Bridgerton Brows' set to be the new on fleek brow trend and Jonathan Bailey having makeup applied to his butt for a sex scene.

So when the show's hair and makeup artist, Lynda Pearce revealed the actual products she uses to created Daphne Bridgerton's (aka Phoebe's character on the show) glowing complexion our interest peaked.

It's no secret that Daphne's look is inspired by Audrey Hepburn in the 1950s version of War and Peace. 

Here's every product used to create her barely-there makeup look.


The different between so-so makeup and great makeup is the prep-work. Namely using a primer to give your makeup legs and create a smooth, even starting point for the products you apply next. 

Pearce relied on Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer, a cult behind-the-scenes primer courtesy of skin-brightening vitamin C and a subtle yellow hue. Inspired by the old-school makeup artist trick 'banana powder', it erases any shadows or dark circles from your face, especially under lights. 


Then for the foundation, Pearce applied Chanel Vitalumier Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup. "Where any extra coverage was needed I used @bobbibrown concealer. To conceal the under eye I used @yslbeauty touché éclat," explains Pearce.

To set everything in place, she used a light dusting of Chanel Powder Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder.

"A little top tip... on set for checks I used @maccosmetics Matte to touch up areas that were shiny. This product is great for taking shine off the skin, without getting the caked look you can sometimes get from too much powder. It also allows the natural dewiness of the skin to come through."


It's rumoured that Stila Convertible Colour in Lillium was the blusher of choice for Daphne's pretty flushed cheeks. That said, we need little help in the blush department after THAT infamous scene with the Duke of Hastings licking a spoon and now trending Instagram account @thedukesspoon.