“Bridgerton” has been very, very good to Phoebe Dynevor in America.
She’s already parlaying her fame from the widely watched show into a lucrative side-gig as Sunday Riley’s first brand ambassador.
Phoebe, 26, plays Daphne Basset (née Bridgerton), Duchess of Hastings, the fourth Bridgerton child and eldest daughter.
The show debuted in 2020 on Netflix and earned her a breakout role in America, even though she’s been acting since she was 14.
It was viewed by more than 82 million households and became the most-watched series on Netflix when it premired. It remains the second most-watched series by total watch time on the platform.
“Phoebe is incredibly kind and warm and relatable,” Sunday said in a statement announcing the deal.
“She’s a woman whom you feel instantly connected to. Yes, her skin is gorgeous. But, her outlook, the way she views the world, the way she leans in to speak with you, the way she opens up about her fears and her dreams, she’s incredibly human. That’s the type of person that I want to work with.”
The ‘Bridgerton’ star has been a huge fan of the Houston entrepreneur’s eponymous skincare and cosmetics brand and loves everything “they stand for.”
“I am thrilled to be joining the Sunday Riley team,” she said in a statement.
“From the moment I first tried Sunday’s products and indeed met Sunday herself, I knew that their ethos and their products were the perfect fit. Not only do I love what they stand for, but I love their products in equal measure.”
The actress recently revealed she uses a number of the upscale beauty firm’s products in her morning skincare routine.
Speaking in Vogue’s ‘Beauty Secrets’ video series, Phoebe said she begins her routine with the Sunday Riley C.E.O. 15 Vitamin C Brightening Serum.
“I actually don’t wash my face in the morning unless I’m working out, and then of course I will wash my face afterwards,” she explained.
“But, usually I just splash cold water on my face and pat it dry. After the cold water, would be Vitamin C, which I’m obsessed with, the CEO Brightening Serum.”
Due to her dry skin, Phoebe regularly uses Sunday Riley Auto Correct Brightening + Depuffing Eye Cream for Dark Circles, and admits she has learned a lot about treating dry skin since she was a teenager.
“When I was growing up I had mostly dry skin, so I started layering on Vaseline and put it everywhere. Then I learned a proper skin-care routine,” she said.
“After Vitamin C, I do a little eye cream. Again, it’s Sunday Riley. I’ve been obsessed with this brand ever since I first spent time in New York. My apartment was right next to Sephora, which is really dangerous for anyone. Sephora’s the most amazing place in the world.”
The ‘Younger’ star – whose mother is ‘Coronation Street’ actress Sally Dynevor – also talked up her “key” product, Sunday Riley Ice Ceramide Moisturizing Cream.
Phoebe said: “Moisturiser is key to me, someone who has dry skin. [I use] the Ice Moisturizer. I’m just gonna put that everywhere. Apparently, you’re meant to bring it down to your neck.”
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