Why Princess Diana Quit Wearing Her Beautiful Blue Eyeliner

Princess Diana

Before her demise, Princess Diana had a mark blue eyeliner look, that made her eyes shiny and beautiful. It was a iconic look, truth be told. Yet, she later dumped it for an explanation most popular to her.

Princess Diana has forever been a fashion aficionado and had the most critical looks of the ’90s. She continued to change her style even after she moved away from the illustrious family. One thing that people in general might’ve seen about the Princess’ fashion, was that she was a gigantic enthusiast of blue eyeliners.

Princess Diana’s make-up artits at long last revealed after years why her client quit wearing the notable blue eyeliner. In an interview with ‘Yahoo Beauty‘ in 2017, Mary Greenwell said, “I think beiges and browns are just so much prettier. Simple as that.”

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Mary Greenwell revealed she was the one behind Diana dropping her signature eyeliner. She continued,

“She felt no need to be showy, so she kept her makeup subtle and appropriate for the occasion.” Even though the Princess of Wales was fine with minute and elegant makeup, Mary said she was still adamant about making sure her eyes popped out, adding, “She loved to exaggerate her gorgeous eyes and wear loads of mascara.”

Mary, whose clientele has spanned from A-list actresses to top models in the showbiz industry, talked about the importance of keeping one’s style consistent when in public office. While Princess Diana had an amazing team of makeup artists around her, that didn’t deter her from playing around with it herself. The now 63-year-old Mary said,

“She was someone who was in the public eye presenting herself all the time to the public. It isn’t particularly appropriate to go on changing your look every five seconds.”

However, that didn’t mean the people’s Princess didn’t change her appearance at all. Greenwell added, “I think dramatic change is not really something for somebody who’s in the White House or in office or in a royal family, as it’s just not really appropriate.”

Mary, whose customers has traversed from Top notch entertainers to top models in the showbiz business, discussed the significance of keeping one’s fashion steady when in the public eye. She said,

“She loved makeup and loved experimenting. It wasn’t to the point of going from green eyeshadow to blue eyeshadow, but just experimenting with ways to bring her eyes out more.” As per the artist, the late royal wanted to “look absolutely beautiful” at any given time of the day.

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