LifestylePhilippine Leroy-Beaulieu: radiant style, skincare secrets and defying age in 'Emily in Paris'

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu: radiant style, skincare secrets and defying age in 'Emily in Paris'

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu inspires many women around the world.
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu inspires many women around the world.
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9:25 AM EST, January 28, 2024, updated: 4:44 AM EST, March 7, 2024

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu has long been a fixture on screen. Still, her popularity has soared recently with her portrayal of Sylvie Grateau, the title character's boss in "Emily in Paris." Not only is her character admired, but the actress herself captivates women worldwide with her luminous appearance and fashion sense.

Leroy-Beaulieu is quite active on social media, keeping her fans updated with her professional activities and often receiving floods of compliments in return.

At 59, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu looks divine

It's hard for many to believe that the actress is already 59, as she radiates youthful energy. As she prepares to celebrate her 60th birthday at the end of April this year, many women voice their desire to age as gracefully as she has.

During an interview with "Glamour," Leroy-Beaulieu shed light on her skincare rituals and the secrets behind her glowing appearance. The actress confessed that overusing cosmetics can leave her skin feeling suffocated, hence her preference for a minimalist skincare routine.

She went on to enumerate the specific products she swears by: her trustworthy cleanser, toner, serum, essence, moisturizing cream, and of course, her favorite lip balm. Beyond skincare, Leroy-Beaulieu places a strong emphasis on nourishing her body from the inside out, occasionally juicing and practicing intermittent fasting.

Leroy-Beaulieu's role on "Emily in Paris"

In a surprising revelation to "Women’s Wear Daily," Leroy-Beaulieu shared she almost missed out on the role of Sylvie Grateau primarily due to her age. She recalled how the casting director bluntly pointed out that she was too old for the part, which was originally intended for a 35 to 40-year-old actress. Nevertheless, she was invited to audition if she were interested.

"When I read the scenes they sent me, I felt an immediate connection. Of course, I know this woman," the actress confessed. Fortunately, she landed the part, and in doing so, both Sylvie Grateau and Leroy-Beaulieu herself have emerged as sources of inspiration for women around the globe.

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