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Queen Elizabeth knows there's always time for a beauty break.
The monarch, 96, stepped out on Sunday night for a performance celebrating her Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years on the throne, at the Windsor Horse Show. She wore a blue dress covered with a long shawl along with her go-to beauty look: pink lipstick.
At one point during the "A Gallop Through History" performance, the Queen reached into her signature handbag and pulled out her lipstick, casually reapplying the color — no mirror required — for a quick touch up.
But this is hardly a new move — Queen Elizabeth has been spotted through the years taking a lipstick from her handbag and reapplying after dinner or before leaving an event, despite the grandeur of the occasion.
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The Queen has been sporting bright pink lipstick recently, even for casual outings. On Friday, the monarch made a surprise appearance at the Windsor Horse Show and watched from her Range Rover as her horse Balmoral Leia took first place — and her cheerful smile was highlighted by pink lipstick.
And last month, she went for a drive around her Sandringham estate on her birthday also sporting a bold shade of lipstick.
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While we don't know Queen Elizabeth's exact shade, we do know that her beauty stash includes Elizabeth Arden, a brand that has held a Royal Warrant for nearly 60 years, in part thanks to a close partnership with the monarch's senior dresser and in-house designer Angela Kelly. She's reportedly a fan of their Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipstick, which comes in seven shades.
The makeup might also be from Clarins, which also has a Royal Warrant. The monarch is said to have commissioned the French beauty company to create a bespoke red lipstick for her to wear on her Coronation Day in 1953 — and it needed to have staying power, as the ceremony alone was three hours long!