Though, as any woman of fashion, the Queen was familiar with techniques on how to get more attractive. She dyed her nails with henna or liquid gold, took baths with sea salt, and rubbed aroma oils into her skin. Instead of the traditional powder, she used powdered natural minerals, she outlined her eyes with antimony, made her lips brighter with berry fondant; she used to wear shear linen dresses and showy jewelry, with two earrings in one earlobe, she also liked wigs with braids, many-colored locks and gleaming hair clips.
The Legendary Queen of Egypt was known for her exquisite complexion. One of her secret beauty treatments, the milk and honey bath are still being used today. Many of her beauty treatments are still used by women around the world: henna for hair, aloe for skin, and kohl for eye enhancement. Her luxurious bathes included dead sea minerals and salt, and often olive oil, but she was more noted for her milk baths