Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II in a bright green coat and matching brimmed hat with white gloves, a pearl necklace and earrings and a diamond brooch
Beauty Brands That Received Queen Elizabeth's Official Approval
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Receiving a royal warrant is one of the biggest compliments a brand or product could possibly receive, and Floris London was given a royal warrant as the queen's official perfumer. Their White Rose fragrance was her favorite, and she even wore it on her wedding day.
The Queen was Elizabeth Arden's top-tier ambassador, as the company has held a royal warrant for over 50 years (per Hello). According to Glamour UK, the Queen was known to use Elizabeth Arden's Beautiful Color Lipstick in the color fig, a cool pink, but also used soft neutrals, bright pinks, and reds.
Clarins holds a royal warrant for skin care and cosmetics, as some of the queen's favorites included the Ever Matte Mineral Powder Compact and the Hand and Nail Treatment Cream. She commissioned a personalized shade of Clarins lipstick to match the robes for her coronation in 1953, and the cream "never runs out at the palace," according to The Telegraph.
Kent Brushes has probably held one of the longest royal warrants for nine consecutive reigning monarchs since Queen Victoria's reign in 1837, and in 1955, the brand received a new warrant as an exclusive brush maker for the queen. Kent was such a favorite, it even received the Queen's Award for Enterprise in the international trade category.
Yardley soaps were always stocked inside the royal palaces, and the queen's favorite line of Yardley products was its Luxury Soap Collection, which includes English lavender, English rose, and lily of the valley. However, its royal warrant has since expired with the shifting tastes of the royal family and guidance from King Charles III, as reported by The Times.