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BRITISH VOGUE – From the icy shores of Westeros to a Roman trattoria for her Dolce & Gabbana The Only One campaign, actress Emilia Clarke is used to switching up her beauty routine. As the leading lady on Game of Thrones, much of Clarke’s recent professional career has existed in extreme conditions and she’s developed a multi-step skincare routine to cope with it. And as comfortable in Targaryen blonde as she is her natural rich brunette, the switching of her hair colour has gone on to inform her make-up options too, on and off the red carpet. Here, she talks Vogue through her fragrance journey and why she will always remove her make-up before bed.

On skincare
I’m strict with SPF everyday. All day everyday. Take care of that skin. I get pigmentation really easily so I’ve got to be really careful, and I burn really easily. We’re all woke now aren’t we, woke to the SPF! If I’m filming in extreme conditions, I just up my moisturiser and maybe add an oil. I don’t like putting too much stuff on my skin, but I’ve just found the joys of a toner that slightly exfoliates. Get those AHAs in. I only need a little bit because it’s best not to do too much when you’re young. No need! And I literally just put the most mini mini amount of eye cream on too, but then rub it in like mad.

On British style
Well, traditionally it’s the English rose but at the moment we are doing pretty well in having a different voice and a much more inclusive, diverse, definition of what “beautiful” actually is. And I like that, as no one beauty looks alike. I like that British style is edgy and it’s cool and it’s different. We are leaps and bounds away from the traditional, twee vibe that the English rose traditionally is known for being.

On fragrance
My dad went to Paris when I was really little and I asked him to bring back some rose perfume. When I smell rose today, it brings me back to that place. I’m not someone who applies a lot of fragrance. I spray at the beginning of the day and that’s it. And it will last me throughout! I’ll always do one in my hair and if you put it up, and then take it down, halfway through the day you’re like “mmm! I don’t even need to respray this!”

On travel beauty essentials
I always pack my full kit and I can’t do it any other way: Shiseido cleanser, moisturiser and eye cream. Twice a day every day. I can be blackout drunk and I’ll still take my make-up off. I get nightmares when I sleep in my make-up; it’s the weirdest thing.

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Various Campaigns & Modelling > 2018 – Dolce&Gabbana ‘The Only One’ > Promotional [+1]