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Steal her look: Serena Williams at Wimbledon Champion's Ball

STUNNING: Tennis champion Serena Williams was described as a 'Disney Princess'

PROBABLY THE only thing more stunning than Serena Williams’ play at the Wimbledon final was her appearance at the tournament's annual Champion’s Ball.

The world No.1 was dubbed a "Disney Princess" in her floor-length, cream, jewel-encrusted dress at the fancy ball held at the Guildhall in London last night (Jul 12).

The champ paired her beautiful outfit with sleek, straight hair and a flawless complexion.

When Williams is in the UK, she calls on British celebrity make-up artist Pauline Briscoe to help her out.

Briscoe, who also beautifies singer Kelly Rowland, radio host Sarah-Jane Crawford and TV presenter La La Anthony, exclusively revealed how she created Williams' Wimbledon Champion’s Ball look.


GLAM TEAM: Make-up artist Pauline Briscoe helped create Serena Williams' look last night

Briscoe, who has done the tennis pro's make-up for the last three years, told The Voice: "Serena loves to get glammed up. She's a beautiful young woman, and she looked amazing."

On creating the Ball look, Briscoe added: "She's very polished, very contoured but natural at the same time."

Steal Serena William's look:

* Face *
- Bobbi Brown foundation in Warm Almond
- Laura Mercier loose setting powder in Golden Orange
- Sleek highlighting palette in Precious Metals
- Sleek contouring palette
- Mac bronzing powder in Refined Golden

* Eyes *
- Provoc eyelashes, top and bottom
- Lancome Hypnose mascara
- Mac eye shadow in Electra and Carbon
- Fashion Fair eye shadow in Noir

* Lips *
- Mac lipstick in Yash and Viva Glam II
- Mac lip liner in chestnut

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For information about Pauline Briscoe's
new make-up workshops and lessons,
email: paulinebriscoe@hotmail.com or
text: 07956 449697

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