Phoebe Dynevor’s Best Beauty Moments To Date Plus The £9 Hero Brow Buy You Need To Know About

Plus shop Phoebe's entire Daphne Bridgerton make-up routine...

Phoebe Dynevor Make-Up

by Annie Vischer |

Phoebe Dynevor, 26, might have kicked off her acting career years ago - you might have caught her in BBC's Waterloo Road - but it was during the final month of 2020 that Phoebe officially burst onto the international A-list scene. Phoebe played Daphne Bridgerton, the lead in Netflix's runaway hit TV show Bridgerton, and since the series aired she has found herself firmly in the spotlight. Naturally the Grazia beauty team's eyes are now trained on her every red carpet appearance, for now, where Phoebe Dynevor goes, beauty trends are likely to follow. So let's kick off with a rundown of Phoebe Dynevor's best beauty moments to date, plus scroll further down for an exclusive look at each and every product Phoebe's on-set make-up artist Lynda Pearce used to create that sensational Daphne Bridgerton look. There's a certain £9 brow buy that you won't want to miss!

Browse: Phoebe Dynevor's Best Beauty Looks To Date

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Phoebe Dynevor's Best Beauty Looks - Grazia 2021

Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton
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CREDIT: Bridgerton

Phoebe Dynevor's big break came as Daphne Bridgerton in Netflix's 2020 runaway hit Bridgerton. The star of that barely-there make-up for us? The subtle blush. Phoebe's on-set make-up artist Lynda Pearce says, 'For Phoebe's cheeks I used Stila's Convertible Color Dual Lip & Cheek Cream in Lilium, £18. I applied it using MAC Cosmetics' 159S Duo Fibre Blush Brush, £28. I got phoebe to smile and I placed a small amount on the apple of the cheek. I then used the brush to buff the cream and soften it and move it ever so slightly up the cheek bone too, though I applied it predominantly on the apples of Phoebe's cheeks.'

Phoebe Dynevor appears on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in June 2021
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CREDIT: Instagram @naokoscintu

Phoebe's make-up artist on the night Naoko Scintu posted this picture to her Instagram channel @naokoscintu, captioning the shot 'Stunning'. We're obsessed with Phoebe's bronze-toned make-up look and glossy, structured hair look. Naoko credits hair stylist Daya Ruci with the look,

Phoebe Dynevor appears at the BAFTAs in April 2021
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CREDIT: Instagram @naokoscintu

It was make-up artist Naoko Scintu again that was responsible for Phoebe's beautifully terracotta tinted make-up look applied ahead of the BAFTAs in April 2021. Her softly brushed up brows set this look off to a tee.

Becoming Daphne Bridgerton

Bridgerton first hit Netflix on 25th December 2020 and all these months on and we're still pretty darned obsessed with the series. Front and centre in the show was Phoebe Dynevor, the UK talent who took on the role of Daphne Bridgerton (read our cover interview breakout Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor here). We watched avidly as Daphne Bridgerton's romance with the Duke of Hastings picked up momentum and as Phoebe Dynevor wowed in ball gown after ball gown, tiara after tiara, up-do after up-do, and all the while one part of her character's beautiful look remained relatively unchanged - her make-up. When you land the lead role in a hit period drama, the likelihood is that your make-up look is going to have to be of the 'no make-up make-up look' variety and Daphne Bridgerton's has to be one of the best examples of this we have seen in recent years. Bridgerton's Hair and Make-Up Designer Marc Pilcher was in charge of the show's make-up looks and hair designs and the show's Hair and Make-Up Supervisor Lynda Pearce took charge of Phoebe's make-up on the daily.

Lynda is who we have to thank for the glowing skin, beautifully full brows and subtly defined lips we now associate with Daphne Bridgerton so naturally we couldn't wait to find out how it was all done. Phoebe Dynevor is a walking advert for natural-look make-up both in and outside of Bridgerton, one we're keen to emulate and Lynda's detailed breakdown of Phoebe's on-set make-up routine gives us the inside track.

We became really lovely friends and I'm so grateful for that. As much as I supported her each day she supported me just as much. We were a real team

Lynda remembers the very early starts of those filming days well. 'I'd usually be in between 5am and 5.30am,' Lynda explains, 'Phoebe would join me half an hour later. It was always cold at that tme, even during the summer, but during winter it was hard core cold! We'd kick things off with a hot drink, which neither of us ever finished because we were chatting so much. In December we bought each other advent calendars and we'd open a door each morning. The nicest thing we used to do though, every morning, was to hug each other hello. We became really lovely friends and I'm so grateful for that. As much as I supported her each day she supported me just as much. We were a real team.'

Phoebe Dynevor's Morning In Make-Up Becoming Daphne Bridgerton

The Face Prep:

'Phoebe would arrive with Beauty Pro Under Eye Therapy Masks, £4.95, on and they would stay on while I did the wig prep.'

'Most mornings Phoebe would moisturise at home using La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Fluid, £18.50, but some mornings she would do it when she arrived.'

The Base:

'After wig prep I would prep Phoebe's skin using Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer, £28, using a Mishel Makeup Flat Foundation Brush, £23. Then I would base Pheobe's skin using Chanel Vitalumière Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup SPF15, £37, using another Mishel Flat Foundation Brush and then I would buff the skin using the Zoeva Defined Buffer Brush 103, £15. I always appled foundation to Phoebe's neck and décolletage too and used it as an eye base as well.'

'I would then apply any extra coverage needed using Bobbi Brown's Instant Full Cover Concealer in Beige, £23.'

'I then powdered all over using Zoeva's Luxe Face Focus Brush 114, £15, with Chanel's Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder, £40, (including across the eyelids) keeping the application very light.'

The Brows:

'I filled and shaped Phoebe's eyebrows. I would always use an eyebrow brush to brush them upwards and outwards to start (MAC Cosmetics 204 Lash Brush, £12.50) then I would fill using MAC Cosmetics Eyebrow Styler in Fling, £16. I would use small flicks so it wasn’t a block colour but rather soft and natural. I then set Phoebe's brow look in place using No7's Lash And Brow Perfector, £9, again, brushing the brow up and out.'

The Eyes:

'I prepped Phoebe's eyelids using Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Primer Potion, £19.50. I used to apply it using MAC Cosmetics' 239S Eye Shader Brush, £21, before applying a little more of the Chanel powder.'

'I would then shade Phoebe's eye socket line using MAC Cosmetics' Eyeshadow in Malt, £15. I would keep to the outer part of the socket and move in towards the inner eye to soften the look. I would also flick the outer edge up and out slightly.'

'Next I would use the MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow in Brun, £15, and a MAC Cosmetics 219S Pencil Brush, £21, to slightly darken above Phoebe's upper lash line in the outer corner only.'

'I always used Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Highlighter, £27, to lighten under the eye with a flat concealer brush like the MAC Cosmetics 195 Concealer Brush, £16.50. I then used the foundation brush I applied the Chanel foundation with to work over it too, mixing a bit of the base with the Touche Éclat. I would then powder over this sparingly.'

The Lashes:

'I always used Clinique's Lash Power Mascara in Dark Chocolate, £21, on Phoebe, on the top lashes only.'

The Cheeks:

'For Phoebe's cheeks I used Stila's Convertible Color Dual Lip & Cheek Cream in Lilium, £18. I applied it using MAC Cosmetics' 159S Duo Fibre Blush Brush, £28. I got phoebe to smile and I placed a small amount on the apple of the cheek. I then used the brush to buff the cream and soften it and move it ever so slightly up the cheek bone too, though I applied it predominantly on the apples of Phoebe's cheeks.'

The Lips:

'Where Phoebe's lip look was concerned I used to use Pixi Beauty's Sheer Cheek Gel in Flushed, £14, on the lip. I used Zoeva's 331 Precision Lip Brush, £9, to apply this. I used a very small amount and smudged it around the centre of both the top and bottom lips. For some of the ball scenes I also used a little of Charlotte Tilbury's Lip Cheat Lip Liner in Pillow Talk, £17, to deepen the colour of the bottom lip in the centre and the Cupid’s bow only.'

The Highlighter:

'Ball scenes required a little something extra so I used MAC Cosmetics Strobe Cream, £25, on Phoebe's collar bones, I applied it with my fingers. For a few of those scenes I also applied the tiniest amount directly under Phoebe's brow bone too, on the outer edge.'

At The End Of The Day

'After a day of filming we would start off by removing Phoebe's wig. Next we'd move on to removing Phoebe's make-up using Bioderma Sensibio H2O Make-Up Removing Solution, £15.80, and cotton pads. Then we would massage Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, £15.50, into phoebes skin and then lay the hot cloth over her face and just leave it there for a minute. It’s sucha a refreshing thing to do after a long day of filming. That same cloth would then be used to wipe the product and any residual make-up away. I would then tone Phoebe's skin using Liz Earle's Instant Boost Skin Tonic, £16. Finally I moisturised Phoebe's skin using the same La Roche Posay moisturiser that morning. A few evenings week, for an extra bit of nourishment at the end of the day, we'd swap out Phoebe's moisturiser for Drunk Elephant's Virgin Marula Luxury Face Oil 15ml, £34. And that was Phoebe's entire Bridgerton make-up routine.'

Shop: Phoebe Dynevor's Entire Bridgerton Make-Up And Skincare Routine

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Phoebe Dynevor's Bridgerton Make-Up Routine

Beauty Pro Under Eye Therapy Masks
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'Phoebe would arrive with Beauty Pro Under Eye Therapy Masks, £4.95, on and they would stay on while I did the wig prep.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Fluid
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'Most mornings Phoebe would moisturise at home using La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Fluid, £18.50, but some mornings she would do it when she arrived.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer
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'After wig prep I would prep Phoebe's skin using Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer, £28, using a Mishel Makeup Flat Foundation Brush, £23.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Chanel Vitalumiu00e8re Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup SPF15
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'I would base Pheobe's skin using Chanel Vitalumière Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup SPF15, £37, using another Mishel Flat Foundation Brush and then I would buff the skin using the Zoeva Defined Buffer Brush 103. I always appled foundation to Phoebe's neck and décolletage too and used it as an eye base as well.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Zoeva Defined Buffer Brush 103
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'I would buff the skin using the Zoeva Defined Buffer Brush 103, £15. I always appled foundation to Phoebe's neck and décolletage too and used it as an eye base as well.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Bobbi Brown Instant Full Cover Concealer
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'I would apply any extra coverage needed using Bobbi Brown's Instant Full Cover Concealer in Beige, £23.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Zoeva Luxe Face Focus Brush 114
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'I powdered all over using Zoeva's Luxe Face Focus Brush 114, £15, with Chanel's Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder (including across the eyelids) keeping the application very light.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Chanel's Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder
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'I powdered all over using Zoeva's Luxe Face Focus Brush 114, £15, with Chanel's Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder, £40, (including across the eyelids) keeping the application very light.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics 204 Lash Brush
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'I filled and shaped Phoebe's eyebrows. I would always use an eyebrow brush to brush them upwards and outwards to start (MAC Cosmetics 204 Lash Brush, £12.50) then I would fill using MAC Cosmetics Eyebrow Styler in Fling, £16.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics Eyebrow Styler
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'I filled and shaped Phoebe's eyebrows. I would always use an eyebrow brush to brush them upwards and outwards to start (MAC Cosmetics 204 Lash Brush, £12.50) then I would fill using MAC Cosmetics Eyebrow Styler in Fling, £16. I would use small flicks so it wasn't a block colour but rather soft and natural.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

No7 Lash And Brow Perfector
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'I set Phoebe's brow look in place using No7's Lash And Brow Perfector, £9, again, brushing the brow up and out.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion
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'I prepped Phoebe's eyelids using Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Primer Potion, £19.50. I used to apply it using MAC Cosmetics' 239 Eye Shader Brush.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics 239S Eye Shader Brush
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'I prepped Phoebe's eyelids using Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Primer Potion, £19.50. I used to apply it using MAC Cosmetics' 239S Eye Shader Brush, £21, before applying a little more of the Chanel powder.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow in Malt
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'I would then shade Phoebe's eye socket line using MAC Cosmetics' Eyeshadow in Malt, £15. I would keep to the outer part of the socket and move in towards the inner eye to soften the look. I would also flick the outer edge up and out slightly.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow in Brun
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'Next I would use the MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow in Brun, £15, and a MAC Cosmetics 219S Pencil Brush, £21, to slightly darken above Phoebe's upper lash line in the outer corner only.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics 219S Pencil Brush
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'Next I would use the MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow in Brun, £15, and a MAC Cosmetics 219S Pencil Brush, £21, to slightly darken above Phoebe's upper lash line in the outer corner only.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Yves Saint Laurent Touche u00c9clat Highlighter
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'I always used Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Highlighter, £27, to lighten under the eye with a flat concealer brush like the MAC Cosmetics 195 Concealer Brush, £16.50.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics 195 Concealer Brush
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'I always used Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Highlighter, £27, to lighten under the eye with a flat concealer brush like the MAC Cosmetics 195 Concealer Brush, £16.50.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Clinique Lash Power Mascara in Dark Chocolate
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'I always used Clinique's Lash Power Mascara in Dark Chocolate, £21, on Phoebe, on the top lashes only.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Stila Convertible Color Dual Lip & Cheek Cream in Lilium
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'For Phoebe's cheeks I used Stila's Convertible Color Dual Lip & Cheek Cream in Lilium, £18. I applied it using MAC Cosmetics' 159S Duo Fibre Blush Brush, £28. I got phoebe to smile and I placed a small amount on the apple of the cheek. I then used the brush to buff the cream and soften it and move it ever so slightly up the cheek bone too, though I applied it predominantly on the apples of Phoebe's cheeks.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics 159S Duo Fibre Blush Brush
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'For Phoebe's cheeks I used Stila's Convertible Color Dual Lip & Cheek Cream in Lilium, £18. I applied it using MAC Cosmetics' 159S Duo Fibre Blush Brush, £28. I got phoebe to smile and I placed a small amount on the apple of the cheek. I then used the brush to buff the cream and soften it and move it ever so slightly up the cheek bone too, though I applied it predominantly on the apples of Phoebe's cheeks.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Pixi Beauty Sheer Cheek Gel in Flushed
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'Where Phoebe's lip look was concerned I used to use Pixi Beauty's Sheer Cheek Gel in Flushed, £14, on the lip. I used Zoeva's 331 Precision Lip Brush, £9, to apply this. I used a very small amount and smudged it around the centre of both the top and bottom lips.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Lip Liner in Pillow Talk
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'For some of the ball scenes I also used a little of Charlotte Tilbury's Lip Cheat Lip Liner in Pillow Talk, £17, to deepen the colour of the bottom lip in the centre and the Cupid's bow only.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

MAC Cosmetics Strobe Cream
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'Ball scenes required a little something extra so I used MAC Cosmetics Strobe Cream, £25, on Phoebe's collar bones, I applied it with my fingers. For a few of those scenes I also applied the tiniest amount directly under Phoebe's brow bone too, on the outer edge.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Make-Up Removing Solution
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'After a day of filming we would start off by removing Phoebe's wig. Next we'd move on to removing Phoebe's make-up using Bioderma Sensibio H2O Make-Up Removing Solution, £15.80, and cotton pads.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Liz Earle Cleanse And Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
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'Then we would massage Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, £15.50, into phoebes skin and then lay the hot cloth over her face and just leave it there for a minute. It's sucha a refreshing thing to do after a long day of filming. That same cloth would then be used to wipe the product and any residual make-up away.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic
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'I would then tone Phoebe's skin using Liz Earle's Instant Boost Skin Tonic, £16.' - Lynda Pearce, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor on Bridgerton.

Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Face Oil
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