Here are a couple of beauty products to help celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne.
Rimmel introduced Glam’Eyes HD, its first creamy powder eyeshadow with Velvet‑HD technology, in a Union Jack design awhile back but this is the perfect look for a royal occasion.
The palette contains four shades designed to work in sequence for a complementary effect in any light.
The quad is available in several combinations including the aptly named True Union Jack and Royal Blue.
Butter London Nail Color
The royal shade, called Lillibet’s Jubilee, is a silvery, lavender metallic foil which is heavily infused with holographic glitter.
If you’re wondering, the name gets its origins from Queen Elizabeth’s childhood nickname.
Imperial Jubilee Perfume
The royal-inspired version of the perfume is a high concentration which makes the scent richer. The perfume includes notes of Indian jasmine, Tahitian Vanilla, and rosa centafolia.
Only 50 bottles have been released, so you better move quickly if you want to grab a bottle of the world’s most expensive perfume at $1300 (US).