Meghan Markle, as the Duchess of Sussex, had to appear in full make-up, perfectly styled hair and impeccable styling. When we see her during various official events, she also shines. What does she look like at home when there are no cameras or paparazzi around her?
Meghan Markle since she and her husband left the royal family, she does not appear in public often. He carefully selects the occasions he appears on. Sometimes the paparazzi catch her walking and she doesn’t look the same as when she walks on the red carpet.
Meghan Markle in a natural version
After leaving the royal family, Meghan and Harry decided to work for their foundation and carry out orders for entities that could bring them greater publicity and pay them well. They do a lot of their work in their comfortable home, without going outside.
Meghan Markle looks completely different when she’s around her children than when she walks the red carpet to accept an award at the gala. First of all, she avoids full makeup. It unnecessarily burdens the skin, and no one in her own home will judge Meg for not wearing it. The duchess doesn’t always straighten her hair either. Her natural hairstyle is more casual – the curls also give her a girlish charm.
Fans share photos of the duchess in a natural version. And they admire its charm.
I wish Duchess Meghan would wear her curly hair more often. He then looks ten years younger. Beautifully! – reads one of the comments.
Meghan Markle’s beautician revealed her secrets
Sarah Chapman, the Duchess of Sussex’s beautician, recently gave an interview in which she talked about how Meghan takes care of herself. First of all, she owes her perfect skin to good genes. However, a large part of its beauty is due to responsible care.-
“Meghan has great skin, but my first piece of advice is always to create a solid regimen that will help replenish your skin with vitamins, antioxidants, peptides and omega acids,” Chapman said.
Meghan Markle primarily cares about skin hydration.
In winter, focus on moisturizing – look for preparations containing ceramides, omega oils, which strengthen the skin’s protective barrier, limiting moisture loss, and hyaluronic acid, which can retain up to a thousand times more water than its weight in the skin. You can also try steaming your skin for an instant boost of hydration – this could simply be a warm bath or shower, the beautician said.
As you can see, these methods work – Meghan’s face does not look 40 years old. Will you try this method?