Every 'Bridgerton' Cast Member Wore This Highlighter Balm On Set

2022-04-02 07:06:43 By : Ms. Liu Cici

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The true diamond of the season.

If you've watched the latest season of Netflix's Bridgerton, you know just how amazing it was again this time around. From the swoony-worthy chemistry between Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma to the jaw-dropping gowns worn by the ton, there's a lot to be obsessed over. And while you can't exactly transport back to the 1800s, some of the show's insiders are sharing their behind-the-scenes secrets, for the Regency-era royal inside you.

In an interview with Allure, the show's lead makeup artist for season two, Erika Okvist, revealed the one product every single lady of the ton wore this season, from the Sharma sisters to the Duchess. Just call me the Lady Whistledown of makeup secrets—the cast's radiance was courtesy of none other than Pat McGrath Labs' Skin Fetish Highlighter & Balm Duo ($48, Sephora.) The two-in-one product is half highlighter, half balm—an ideal design for glow lovers (or, viscountess hopefuls) on-the-go.

"On every single lady, literally, we used the Skin Fetish Highlighter & Balm Duo on the cheekbones," Erika confessed. "During the daytime, we'd use just the balm because it works really well with sunlight—when we're going into ball scenes with Penelope, we might go in with a shimmer instead to just give her even more highlights and lowlights for the camera to love."

Plus, the product doesn't just look good—the ingredient list features three skin-nourishing standouts: aloe vera, argan oil, and hyaluronic acid that all combine to leave you with glowing, hydrated skin. To get the most out of the balm duo, apply it to the high points of your skin and body, just as Erika did. (Plus, it's on sale right now, thanks to Sephora's Spring Sale. Depending on what tier of Beauty Insider member you are, you can score up to 20% off the must-have product!)

The final result? A royalty-approved dewy, luminous complexion that's bound to be the talk of the ton.