For decades, Camilla has stuck to her signature shoulder-length feathered bob, but recently, however, it looks like she changed her hairstyle to a shorter, blonder “angled bob.” This, and other beauty changes, are key to maintaining a style appropriate for the Queen.
Paz Torralba, beauty specialist at the head of The Beauty Concept, explains: “Camilla has always had very classic and conservative hair, but at the same time she has managed to make it timeless, which is very practical for a woman with a very busy look.
“With her last makeover of her bob, she took years off and her fun attitude just got stronger because this cut looks younger and looks good on everyone. In other words, it brings out the best in the face and is easy to maintain.”
The expert continued: “Camilla’s case is a true reflection that beauty is all about attitude.
“She learned to make her positive, relaxed outlook on life her most attractive attribute.
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The monarch is said to have quit smoking in 2001 thanks to health guru Mosaraf Ali, and now at 75 she has much more hydrated, glowing and healthier skin.
In 2010, the monarch confessed to trying a bee venom facial treatment, promoted by skincare guru Deborah Mitchell, which involves using bee poison on the skin to penetrate fine lines.
“It works to control facial muscles and tighten, firm and lift them, as well as moisturize the skin.
“Bee venom is also good for providing an instant anti-aging effect and leaves the face naturally looking younger.
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“Queen Camilla only uses quality organic produce,” Deborah Mitchell told the Daily Mail.
On the makeup side, Camilla replaced the red lipstick with a subtle pink gloss, and started using loose powder on the skin and a layer of mascara to highlight the look.
Paz said: “Camilla doesn’t stand out for her beautiful skin, although it’s true that – perhaps with the help of makeup – she still looks very fresh and luminous.
“She has very prominent wrinkles that would be very easy to reduce with a touch-up without losing her identity, because if Camilla had cosmetic surgery, it would be something so striking that it would completely change her expression.”
The beauty expert stressed “the importance of preventing little by little and going in harmony with the years to avoid making major changes at a very adult age”.
Paz shared one final recommendation for women in their 70s who want to look youthful.
She said: “I would recommend Ultherapy to Camilla, the world’s most famous non-surgical facelift that treats elasticity, flaccidity, tightening effect, more even skin tone and small wrinkles.
“It is a medical treatment with which women would get a very rejuvenating effect without noticing anything because its effects are improving month by month and it is done once a year.”
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