Phoebe Dynevor on Caring for Dry Skin, Casual Makeup and the Challenges of Filming ‘Bridgerton’

“I actually don’t wash my face in the morning unless I’m working out, and of course I will wash my face afterwards. I usually splash cold water on my face and pat it dry,” the actor explains. Phoebe Dynevor in the last episode of vogueBeauty secrets. Then the Bridgerton star starts her routine with Sunday Riley’s CEO 15% Vitamin C Brightening Serum.

“When I was growing up, I had mostly dry skin, so I started applying Vaseline and putting it everywhere. Then I learned a good skincare routine,” she says before d ‘enter with another Sunday Riley favourite, the Auto Correct Eye Contour Cream.

Bridgerton was difficult because your skin is in so much demand, you don’t get enough sleep and they put makeup on you every day,” says the 26-year-old, who otherwise doesn’t wear foundation or powder. “It’s very intense for your skin.” She uses a gua sha to deflate, a practice she favors when she has time, chilling it in the fridge and slipping it over her skin in the car on the way to work.

“I’m pretty obsessed with my brows,” Dynevor says, switching to a makeup routine she’d do “for a fancy lunch.” She mixes the Charlotte Tilbury Beautiful Face Foundation with his fingers, then adds Nars Creamy Concealer with a brush. For the eyebrows, she opts for the Charlotte Tilbury Brow Cheat because of how easily it slides. “I’ll just brush them first. I like to fill in underneath because I like them to be straight,” she says, drawing her pair to be a little chunky before ending them with Barbara Carranza’s eyebrow soap.

Dynevor curls her lashes, then applies a coat of Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara. “The show came out at a time when everyone was home, and so in some ways it was a good thing, but it was weird being home with [social platforms] and that it’s the only resource to see how the show is going,” she said of the response to Bridgerton first season. She explains that it took “going out into the real world” to see the success of the show and how it affected people. She completes her routine by filling in her mole. “It’s funny how the things you hate when you’re younger, you start to realize that you’re unique and individual,” she notes.

Patricia J. Callender