the crown skin care and makeup products used on set

Everyone on The Crown Used These CHANEL Eye Patches

And other BTS beauty secrets from makeup artist Ivana Primorac.

The Emmy Awards are coming up on September 17, 2018, and on the voting ballot (which closes tomorrow) is one of the web’s favorite shows, The Crown. Sure, every episode of the Netflix series sends me deep into Google researching past royal spats and pulls at the heartstrings of an era I long for even though I never lived through it. But also: Princess Margaret forever. I’m obsessed with actress Vanessa Kirby (a Coveteur alum!) as the younger royal sister of the Queen. Not since Jessica Paré as Megan Draper in Mad Men has there been a retro style icon that has me making mood boards. Mood boards. In particular, I’m after the messy dark eyeliner and poreless milky skin vibe—something I assume we will see less of in season 3 as we fast-forward to a different era with different actors.

This is what drove me onto the phone with Ivana Primorac, the lead (and award-winning) makeup artist for The Crown. Primorac very generously shared the essentials for the Princess Margaret look, plus the rest of the cast on the show. If you also watch every single episode, you, too, may have wondered about Queen Elizabeth’s old-school lipsticks and foundations...and the skin-care products you might need for endless shooting in that kind of makeup. Below, find the products in the kits of The Crown makeup team.

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Omorovicza Magic Moisture Mist, $95

“Because of the length of the time that you spend on set and the lights—plus the speed of the show requires very fast makeup touch-ups—we discovered there is an Omorovicza mist that can remelt the makeup back in. You almost need to reactivate the whole thing.”
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