Marie Antoinette was crowned the Queen of France at just 19, thrust into a life she was far from ready for. Still, she was painted by history as an adulterous spendthrift who lived a life of excess while the French people starved. Sofia Coppola's rendering of the iconic but ill-fated queen doesn't discount the rumeurs
, it just shows her in a new light too. With a higher than hell 'do and ruby red lips, this Marie Antoinette ignited more than the French Revolution, indeed.PAUL & JOE FACE POWDER IN VANILLE
Because in 18th-century Versailles, milky white skin was in and tans weren't very bourgeoisie.
$38, www.paul-joe-beaute.comJONATHAN CREATE ROOT VOLUME LIFTING SPRAY
This should keep a lofty bouffant intact even if one loses her head.
$28, jonathanproduct.comLANCOME LE ROUGE ABSOLU IN JEZEBEL
For luscious lips that are only worth smudging for the charming Swedish Count Fersen.
$25, sephora.comGIVENCHY AMARIGE MARIAGE
It took King Louis XVI seven years to consummate the marriage. This scent, which means "loving marriage," is more hopeful.
$62 for 1.7 oz., sephora.com
DELICIOUSLY KISSABLE HOT TOPPING
The Queen herself (supposedly) said it best: "Let them eat cake."
$5, desserttreats.comCHANEL BLACK SATIN NAIL COLOUR
A dark, decadent polish for the virgin queen's inner vamp.