Update: Dior Makeup has confirmed makeup artist Daniel Martin used their beauty products at the wedding. To get a look similar to Markle’s, they suggest the following products: Dior Backstage Contour Palette, Backstage Face and Body Foundation, Backstage Eye Palette in Warm Neutrals 001 (these are not yet available in Canada), as well as Diorshow On Stage Liner in Matte Black ($35, at sephora.com), Diorshow Iconic Mascara ($37, at sephora.com) and Lip Glow ($41, at sephora.com).
Image by: Dior
Meghan Markle let the Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau tiara do the talking, and stuck to her signature understated beauty look for her wedding to Prince Harry.
The palace has confirmed Parisian-born, New York-based hairstylist Serge Normant—known for being the celebrity stylist, working closely with Sarah Jessica Parker, Julia Roberts and Julianne Moore—was responsible for her low, centre-parted bun, an elevated take on her usual so-called “messy bun.”
American makeup artist Daniel Martin, noted as Markle’s “longtime friend” in a statement from the palace, did the beauty look. Martin is a Dior beauty ambassador, and works closely with Jessica Alba.
Meghan Markle outside of the chapel. Image by: Getty
Meghan Markle inside the wedding chapel. Image by: Getty
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