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While, for most of us growing up, the closest we could get to imitating a celebrity's beauty look was copying a tear-out from a magazine with a questionable arsenal of Miss Sporty make-up, nowadays it's a lot easier. First came the days of Youtube tutorials where we could be led step-by-step through Kim Kardashian's red carpet beauty look, then came the motherload for fans: the celebrity beauty brand. Why just try and copy your favourite celebrity when you can buy into your favourite celebrity too?
If there's one A-lister to have launched a thousand beauty articles, it's Meghan Markle. In fact, if we're going to be precise, according to RY, there's been over 88.5 million articles written concerning her hair, make-up and skincare regime placing her as the highest covered celebrity when it comes to beauty.
So, it's safe to say that following the rumours that Markle might be launching her own beauty range, the internet may go into actual meltdown.
Following reports that Meghan and Harry have met with the co-founder of Guthy-Renker multiple times this year, as well as being photographed visiting their estate, speculations have started swirling. Co-founder of who, you might be thinking? As it turns out, Guthy-Renker is a direct marketing firm responsible for a portfolio of some of the biggest celebrity cosmetic lines out there, with JLo Beauty and Cindy Crawford's Meaningful Beauty, to namedrop just a few.
Now, while we don't doubt that Prince Harry has a stellar beauty routine, we're slightly more inclined to believe that the Duchess Of Sussex, on account of her widely-known love of all things skincare, make-up and haircare, is the one with something in the works.
The fact is: Meghan Markle knows good beauty. We're talking about the woman who employed industry pioneer George Northwood to mastermind her wedding hair (a look that Northwood still gets intensely questioned about four years later) and who counts A-List facialist Kate Somerville as one of her inner beauty circle.
The couple have taken entrepreneurship in their stride since departing from the Royal Family in 2020. A Netflix deal, podcast contract with Spotify and Markle's book are just a few of the business enterprises the duo have successfully navigated in the space of less than two years, and that's not to mention the arrival of their two children Archie and Lilibet.
Of course, this is all still speculation, but the facts do add up to some pretty persuasive evidence that a beauty line might be on the way. Whether Markle would venture into a skincare or make-up range a la Hailey Bieber, or maybe join the likes of Tracee Ellis Ross and Jennifer Aniston and enter the growing field of celebrity haircare lines will be the centre of much debate over the coming months.
All we know is that we'll be keeping a very close eye on how things play out because granted, we're going to need it all.
Watch this space for more information on Meghan Markle's reported beauty line.
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