Princess Eugenie Stole the Show at Paris Fashion Week—Here's How to Get the Royal’s Look

An exclusive with the makeup artist behind the look

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We've been loving all the celebrity looks coming out of Paris Fashion Week (hello, JLO and Zendaya), but they're not the only ones turning heads at the designer shows. Princess Eugenie, 33, made a surprise appearance at the Dior Homme Menswear Fall/Winter show on Friday, Jan. 19. She showed off a chic all-black ensemble designed by Fendi and a beauty look we're dying to try out ourselves.

The makeup artist behind the look, Jessica Bérullier, shared an image on her Instagram and listed all the beauty brands she used so you can easily add them to your own collection. But so enamored were we with the natural-yet-sophisticated makeup, we reached out to Bérullier to get an exclusive on the specific products you'll need to recreate the royal's look right at home—from the Dior Rouge Lipstick ($45) to the Armani Foundation ($69).

First things first, what was the inspiration behind the look? "Kim Jones was inspired by the elegance of Ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev for the Dior Winter 24 collection. It was a sea of classic shades, ballet style slippers, colour block sweaters and twisted silk dancer’s turbans. I wanted Eugenie’s beauty look to harness these classic dance references," says Bérullier. Keep reading to see the breakdown of the look:

Bérullier prepped the skin using Biologique products before starting on Princess Eugenie's makeup. She used a combination of Armani Beauty Luminous Silk Foundation ($69) in shade 4.75 and Vita Liberata Beauty Blur CC Cream ($39) in 'Latte', which gave Princess Eugenie a glowing comlexion. We like to think the Armani Beauty foundation is a royal staple as it has been known to be a go-to for Meghan Markle as well.

Another royal favorite is Charlotte Tilbury, which Bérullier relied on to highlight and contour the princess's face. She told us the Filmstar Bronze & Glow Contour Duo ($68) was her go-to product to accentuate her features and create a glowy complexion.

You can't attend a Dior show without wearing some of the brand's most popular products. Case in point: Dior Rosy Glow Blush ($40). According to Bérullier, she wanted natural glowy skin with a musky rose flushed cheeks. To achieve the flushed look, Princess Eugenie wore shade 'Rosewood' on the high points of her face.

The makeup artist also used a combination of Diorshow On Stage Liquid Eyeliner ($34) and MAC Pro Longwear Fluidline in 'Backtrack' ($19), as well as L'Oréal Telescopic Mascara ($10), Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow in 'medium brown' ($21) and BaeBrow Gel ($20) to set the brows. As she explained, "I did it intentionally on the heavier side just as a performer does with a strong and lifted top liner with lashes to accentuate the eyes."

And the star of the show? The Dior Rouge Lipstick ($45). When asked about the shade in her comment section, Bérullier revealed it was 'Forever Passionate,' a bright plum color that definitely brought the whole beauty look together. "I wanted to create a bold wine-colored lip that would mimic the elegance of the plum pieces seen throughout the collection," she shared.

The end result? A gorgeous beauty look we definitely want to try (and we look forward to the royal giving us more beauty inspo in the future).

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