Meghan Markle's make-up artist has revealed how her style has changed since it became real, and the only image she is unlikely to revisit.
Daniel Martin, who did the makeup of the Duchess of Sussex for her wedding, said she has opted for a more refined appearance since she went from being a television star to working in royalty.
Dior's ambassador also noted that she seems to prefer "stronger" eye makeup and defined eyebrows for a smoother look.
Speaking to People, Martin said Meghan, 37, said she does not "feel comfortable" with the red lip and will rarely see her one these days.
Daniel Martin, who did the makeup of the Duchess of Sussex for her wedding, has revealed how her makeup makeup has changed. She does not like to use a red lip because she worries about it getting dirty. In the photo: it is the sixth annual dinner of women in ELLE television in Hollywood in 2016
Martin said that Meghan now opts for stronger eye makeup and eyebrows defined by her polished appearance. In the photo: Meghan at a gala in Westminster, London earlier this month
She also explained that Meghan will often experiment with different shades, but she will not stray too far from what works for her.
He said: "He likes stronger eyes, his forehead is much more defined now, but it's still her." In any case, you will experiment with different shades, and now that you are more tanned, you will use warmer colors.
"But she does not get too far away from her technique, she's very formulaic with her routine."
Martin revealed that Meghan does not like the red lip because he does not want to worry about getting upset.
Martin (in a recent snapshot published on Instagram) said that Meghan will experiment with different shades, but that she will not stray too far from what works for her.
Since her wedding with Prince Harry in May of this year, fans have noticed that Meghan has adopted a more conservative and chic style. In the photo: Meghan in Wimbledon in July
He continued: The only time he made a red lip, he just did not feel comfortable in that. He likes to talk and is not a demanding person, so he does not want to worry about anything.
Martin recently revealed his secret technique to ensure that the Duchess's freckles stand out, as it is her favorite feature.
He uses a "selective base placement", applying the base as a local treatment, and then use a brush mixer to match it.
Martin recently revealed that Meghan's freckles are his "favorite feature" and he likes to stand out. In the photo: Harry and Meghan at a reception in Glencairn in Dublin
He previously revealed how he likes to use water-based bases, along with Tatcha's The Silk Canvas primer, priced at $ 52 (£ 40), so the makeup stays on longer.
Speaking to E! News, Daniel explained: "People with freckles tend to have a really balanced palette.
& # 39; If you have redness, it is in the T area, around the nose, maybe some discoloration in the eyes.
"It's about getting out of those specific areas to blend in with the rest of the face. I tend to use a mixing brush and I will go in and polish the background I do not want.