Here’s Why Meghan Markle Still Doesn’t Have An Official Make-up Artist But Looks This Good
MEGHAN Markle’s wardrobe, make-up and fashion choices have all be closely scrutinised since she was thrust into the global spotlight.
Brands she wears sometimes sell-out within minutes as people scramble to recreate her chic look.
Getty – Contributor Meghan Markle has become a style icon
From shoes to handbags, she’s a style icon.
Following her every move, fans have been quick to try and copy her elegant make-up.
The 36-year-old is known for her minimal coverage which lets her natural beauty shine through.
Her signature look is dark lashes, a nude lip and blusher.
This was showcased on her wedding day when her understated look saw the world fall in love with her freckles.
There was a spike searches for freckle-friendly make-up as people embraced their own skin.
PA:Press Association She favours minimal make-up including a pink lip
Despite not caking on the slap, Meghan does have a make-up and hair team to keep her looking good at all times.
Currently on her first official overseas tour to Ireland, the Duchess of Sussex took no fewer than 11 people with her in her entourage.
Among them was celebrity hairdresser George Northwood.
But her regular make-up artist, Daniel Martin, revealed a make-up artist isn’t with her.
Instead she’s been doing all her make-up herself.
Fans quizzed Daniel over her Tuesday look, which included three outfit changes, and he made the shock revelation.
She has been doing her own make-up during her trip to Ireland
He replied to fans on Instagram saying: “I didn’t [do the makeup] but she’s so good herself, right!?
“She did her makeup herself for this.”
It seems no matter how good a make-up artist is, you can’t beat the years of experience getting your own look just right.
And it’s working for Meghan, with Daniel – who did her make up for the wedding – praising her minimal look.
He told Glamour: “She’s very much about keeping her skin as real and natural as possible.
“Right now in makeup, so much is covered up and masked by contouring, strobing, and creating this false dimension to what you naturally have.”