She has long been praised for her age-defying looks, and Queen Mary of Denmark’s latest look is perhaps the most glamorous of all.
The 52-year-old mother of four, whose husband King Frederick New, it has debuted a renewed appearance.
Attending the EliteForsk Awards 2024 in Copenhagen on Monday, the royal sported a face full of glamorous cosmetics, including dark lined eyes, a dewy foundation, a bronzed contour and a coral lip gloss.
It was a world away from her more subdued makeup look before she became Queen: As crown princess, she often opted for soft pinks for her blush and lipsticks, as well as an understated smoky eye.
For dermatologist Dr. Hassan Galadari, Mary’s youthful features are almost too fresh to be due solely to the power of makeup, and instead he suggested that royals could rely on the beloved Morpheus8, known as the world’s most painful and non-painful . Invasive cosmetic procedure.
She has long been praised for her age-defying looks, and Queen Mary of Denmark’s latest look is perhaps the most glamorous of all. In the photo on the left, in 2022, and on the right, on Monday.
Dr Hassan Galadari of Galadari Derma Clinic told FEMAIL: ‘Queen Mary of Denmark exemplifies graceful aging, even amidst her busy schedule.
‘While some may attribute her glowing skin solely to genetics, she likely maintains a flawless skincare routine bolstered by trusted medical-grade beauty products.
‘However, you may also have opted for specific treatments, such as Morpheus8, to address issues such as sagging skin and jawline definition.
“Morpheus8, a microneedling device that harnesses radiofrequency energy, effectively reshapes and contours the face and body, resulting in a smoother, more refined appearance by remodeling subdermal adipose tissue.”
The Morpheus8 technique is a combination of microneedling and radiofrequency, in which 24 4mm needles are inserted into the skin to “create controlled trauma.”
But for a makeup expert, Laura Kayfounder of Laura Kay London, Mary’s refreshed look comes from “smokier eye makeup, a new skincare routine, and thicker brows.”
She said: ‘Queen Mary of Denmark has undergone a resplendent transformation! She She’s gone from being the girl next door, with conservative clothing and soft, bouncy curls, to exuding undeniable sex appeal.
‘The most notable differences are in their hair, skin and eyes. First, she opted for a smokier eye makeup. Her eyes are now bolder and more defined, with deep browns used to create depth and deeper eyeliner becoming her preference.
Yesterday, Mary showed off a glamorous face with dark lined eyes, a dewy foundation, a bronzed contour and a coral lip gloss while attending the EliteForsk Awards 2024 in Copenhagen.
It was a world away from her more subdued makeup look before she became Queen: As crown princess, she often opted for soft pinks for her blush and lipsticks, as well as an understated smoky eye. In the photo on the left, Mary in 2022, in the photo on the right, on Monday
‘Her eyebrows are also thicker and more defined, looking more groomed or perhaps with permanent makeup like microblading.
‘Your skin appears dewy and younger than before, possibly due to a new skincare routine. She seems to stay away from thick, matte foundations, possibly opting for a CC cream that provides hydration and coverage, ideal for more mature skin, resulting in a youthful, natural look.
‘One significant change I’ve noticed is that you are now working with your cool skin tone, which is pink and red undertones. This helps your skin tone look more balanced, helps your skin glow, and highlights your natural features more.
‘She now prefers bronzer to contour her cheekbones and jawline while adding a youthful, sun-kissed glow.
‘Her lips now feature a glossier finish, enhancing their fullness, a change from her previous preference for traditional matte pinks, which tended to make her lips appear thinner.
“Her hair still retains its signature soft curls, but is now sexier, with more bounce and larger waves, which strategically helps frame her face, thereby drawing attention to her facial features. It looks like she’s undergone a facelift. deep conditioning treatments that have given her a beautiful shine, concluded the expert.
For yesterday’s appearance, sculpted brows enhanced Mary’s look, as did the royal’s perfectly curled waves, which framed her face.
The dark brown tones of her luscious locks are a stark difference from Mary’s softer hair color in recent years.
For decades, Mary’s makeup and hair were done by Soren Hedegaard, who was responsible time and time again for creating her refined and regal look, full of matte finishes and pink tones.
The royal, 52, and her husband, King Frederick
The new look appears to have an edgier feel than Mary’s previous aesthetic, which generally softened her features.
But after 23 years, Soren, 68, retired from the role, saying on Instagram in January that he would “pass the baton to the next generation.” It is unclear who replaced the hairdresser.
Meanwhile, the Danish royals also have a dedicated approach to beauty, which is largely thanks to Danish-born skin expert to the stars Ole Henriksen.
Ole Henriksen first met Maria during her first pregnancy with her son Prince Christian, when the Australian-born royal called him for skincare advice.
‘Due to his love affair with several of my products, he invited me to his residence. “I found her incredibly warm, personable and extremely beautiful; I was mesmerized by her beautiful smile and her amazing sense of style,” she told FEMAIL.
Henriksen said the eyes are the most important area of the face and require “special attention” as part of a broader skincare regimen.
“Try to use creams that are proven to hydrate and firm to improve your skin’s elasticity, and always make this the last step in your routine,” she said.
The beauty entrepreneur highlights the relationship between a healthy, balanced diet and radiant skin and adds: “I am a firm opponent of fast food of any kind; say goodbye to junk food and discover colorful vegetables instead.”
Henriksen emphasized the importance of drinking plenty of water and said that while you can still enjoy a glass of wine from time to time, you should “hydrate, hydrate, hydrate” to achieve your coveted complexion.
He is an advocate of staying in good physical shape at all times and believes that exercise “allows you to enjoy life to the fullest.”
One of the ways Princess Mary stays young and fit is through a specific exercise regimen that includes walking, jogging and horseback riding.
Frederik and Mary (pictured on their wedding day) were married on May 14, 2004 at Copenhagen Cathedral.
‘Mary, like the rest of her family, is totally dedicated to exercise. She’s always walking, jogging or horseback riding,” her sister-in-law Leanne Donaldson previously said. New Idea
When it comes to her diet, reports suggest that the Australian-born royal has the “Danish diet” to thank for her long and lean physique, a regimen that focuses on locally sourced and readily available natural foods.
“People living in Denmark tend to eat more fish, especially oily fish like salmon, and less meat than a typical Western diet,” Sydney-based dietitian Lyndi Cohen previously told FEMAIL.
“The ‘Danish diet’ emphasizes high-quality meats and lean options.”
Mary, who was an advertising executive in her native Australia before falling in love with then-Crown Prince Frederick, became queen of Denmark just six weeks ago.
Earlier this month, the couple announced their first royal tours together since becoming King and Queen.
The couple will visit Sweden, Norway, Greenland and the Faroe Islands this summer.
Announcing their upcoming plans, the Palace’s Instagram account confirmed that the King and Queen will travel aboard the Royal Yacht Dannebrog.
In early May, the couple, who have been married for almost 20 years and share four children, will visit Sweden for the first time.
Next week, Frederik and Mary will make an official state visit to Norway.
The Palace also outlined plans for the King and Queen of Denmark to visit the Faroe Islands and Greenland in June and July.