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Everything You Want to Know About Meghan Markle’s Wedding Makeup

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Meghan Markle’s gorgeous natural wedding makeup confirmed what we all knew: She is a stunner. For her wedding, Meghan remained true to the minimal look she usually rocks — proof that you don’t have to cake it on to look beautiful. Even though the royal wedding is over, we still can’t help but be bedazzled by the new Duchess of Sussex’s beauty look. So we broke down Meghan’s seemingly effortless, yet surprisingly elaborate hair and makeup looks from the royal wedding.

Meghan, who reportedly did her own makeup for the occasion with the help of her best friends, wore a classic beauty look, featuring full, thick lashes, and a glossy rose lip.The bride’s hair was swept back into a low bun resting at the nape of her neck. She parted the bun at the center and let wisps of hair fall soft and loose around her face.

Meghan Markle Hair

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When it came to her eye makeup, it was all about thick, long lashes. She defined her beautiful hazel eyes with a neutral palette of browns. Her brows were perfectly manicured.

Meghan Markle Wedding Makeup

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Meghan opted for a soft pink, nude lip, and she went for a natural look for her skin, too. Meghan’s natural glow and her stunning freckles were the hero of her beauty look. As usual, the stunning royal wowed the crowd with her effortless beauty and elegance.

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This post was written by Now to Love staff. For more, check out our sister site, Now to Love.

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