Queen Elizabeth II of England’s favorite beauty products have always been on the cheap.
The seven favorite items of Her Majesty, Elizabeth II of England have been unveiled.
Contrary to popular belief, Queen Elizabeth II of England’s favorite beauty products are surprisingly affordable.
Prince William’s grandmother uses a £4.99 soap and a £30 powder.
Over time, the favorite beauty products of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96, have been unveiled to the general public. Contrary to popular belief, they are surprisingly affordable. One of the seven favorite products of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England, is Clarins Evermat Compact Mineral Powder. This £30 powder was chosen by the monarch during her coronation in 1953. Moreover, during these 70 years of reign, Elizabeth II of England regularly used products from this brand, reports The Postedia.
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Into this list, let’s also add the £7.99 Essie Manicure Ballet Slippers. Moreover, legend has it that Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96, has only used this one manicure during her life. Note that Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, 40, also wore this same brand on her wedding day in 2011. As a cream, the mother of Prince Charles, 73, Princess Anne, 71, and the Prince Andrew, 62, swears by the Elizabeth Arden brand. These include the £28 Elizabeth Arden 8 Hours Protective Cream. Note that this cream is the brand’s bestseller.
Queen Elizabeth II of England uses £4.99 soap
Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96,’s fourth favorite beauty product is the £80 Floris White Rose eau de toilette. This brand is a bespoke perfume house that was created by King VI in 1820. It is the only perfumer for Her Majesty, Elizabeth II of England. As for the queen’s bath and shower gel, she chose the Molton Brown brand. Indeed, the grandmother of princes William and Harry uses in particular the rhubarb and rose bath and shower gel, at 22 pounds.
Queen Elizabeth II of England is also raving about Yardley’s Triple Lavender English Soap for £4.99. This brand was founded in 1770 and celebrates its 252 years this year. Having received the Royal Medal from Charles I, Yardley London is still well connected with royalty to this day. Queen Elizabeth II’s last, and by no means least, favorite item is Kent Cherry’s signature hairbrush Pure White Bristle at £39. This brand has an important place in the history of the manufacture of brushes. She stands out for the quality of her work.
Queen Elizabeth II of England © Avalon