There is no doubt that the Duchess of Sussex has had an impact on our wardrobes with the Meghan effect in full force, as her clothing choices ran out almost instantly.
But the future mother, apparently, has also influenced our beauty routines according to her make-up artist.
American make-up artist Daniel Martin, responsible for Meghan's beauty on her wedding day, says that many women are choosing to get rid of their cosmetics thanks to their influence.
Speaking to Vogue, Martin said: "Because of Meghan, people feel comfortable in their own skin.
Daniel Martin, the makeup artist behind the beauty look on Meghan's wedding day, says that women are opting for a more natural look thanks to the Duchess of Sussex (pictured)
"They do not need to use a lot of makeup."
He went on to explain that royalty had also provided a positive influence to younger girls.
He continued: "After the wedding, many mothers contacted me through DM (direct message) saying:" Thank you for showing my 14 year old daughter that she does not need to go to school with all the makeup face & # 39;. & # 39;
This is not the first time Martin tells us the secrets of Meghan's amazing beauty routine, which previously revealed that she often makes her own makeup for high-profile events.
Daniel shared a photo of the former star of the Suits in the RAF service at Westminster Abbey in July, praising his Christian Dior ensemble.
Martin (pictured) states that women feel more confident in their own skin & # 39; thanks to meghan and do not feel the need to use so much makeup
Previously, she revealed that the Duchess often makes up for high society events, including the centennial of the RAF in July. In the photo of the event here.
And when the fans questioned whether he had made his look "natural", Daniel confirmed that she, in fact, had made her own makeup.
In response to comments from supporters, he wrote: "I did not. [do the make-up] but she is also very good, right? ", before responding to another fanatic:" She fixed herself for this & # 39;
Meghan has always had a low profile makeup routine, admitting previously that it does not take more than five minutes to prepare during the day and she prefers a light makeup to let her freckles show.
In 2014, Meghan also described her low-profile routine to Allure, saying: "My routine is very simple: I call it the five-minute face." It's just Touche Éclat, curly lashes, mascara, Chap Stick and a little flush.
& # 39; That's my kind of favorite look. If I am going to amplify it for the night, then I use M.A.C. Stuffed eyeliner, which is a really beautiful brown that has some gold & # 39;
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