Marie Antoinette holding a rose, 1783 by Elisabeth- Louise Vigee-Lebrun (Versailles). Similar to an earlier, controversial portrait of the Queen in a muslin gown, this portrait was created to make the Queen look more royal.
After painting the first major official portrait of Marie-Antoinette in to everybody’s satisfaction, Vigée Le Brun was regularly asked to portray the Queen. Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Marie-Antoinette, royal family, the court
Face mask: Two teaspoons of cognac, cup of dry milk powder, one egg white, and the juice of one lemon. The cognac stimulates tightens pores, while the eggs repair skin tissue. The acid from the milk and lemon removes dead skin cells.