This concealer is the secret to Meghan Markle's flawless 'five minute face'
Have you ever wondered how Meghan Markle gets her makeup looking so flawless? The young royal has an affinity with minimalist makeup and is a firm believer in keeping her skin looking real and natural as possible.
Aside from having a glam-squad on speed dial wherever she goes, the Duchess of Sussex actually has a few beauty secrets stuffed up her sleeve.
In an interview with Allure in 2017, Meghan spoke about her character in Suits and admitted that her makeup look was much more low-key in real life.
She said: “She’s so polished. And it’s in HD, so the steps that go into looking good on a show are very different than in real life.”
This was perfectly illustrated when we saw Meghan’s stunning makeup look at the royal wedding in 2018 in which her freckles were visible.
In the interview, Meghan reveals her beauty secrets in which her daily routine consists of only five affordable products to achieve, what she calls, the ‘Five Minute Face’.
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In the first step, the Duchess uses the legendary Yves Saint Laurent Touché Eclat. She said she doesn’t usually wear foundation and instead opts for the perfecting-cream pen.
The Touché Eclat has long been a favourite among beauty connoisseurs all over the world and has been praised for its brightening and smoothing effects on the skin, leaving the complexion radiant.
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And Meghan isn’t the only fan. Celebrities such as Nicole Scherzinger and Kate Bosworth are all said to love the product. It’s therefore unsurprising that that six pens are sold every single minute.
Meghan then finishes off her look with curled lashes, mascara and Chap Stick, and a little bit of blush.
“If I’m going to amp it up for the night, then I use MAC Teddy Eyeliner, which is a really beautiful brown that has some gold in it.” she added.
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