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Meghan Markle's makeup artist has shared his step-by-step guide to recreating the daring lip look of the Duchess of Sussex. She was shown with a statement slip at Cirque du Soleil in January this year

Makeup artist Daniel Martin from Meghan Markle reveals how you can remove greasy lipstick like the Duchess of Sussex – without using a lip liner

  • Daniel Martin from New York appeared on this morning's episode of Lorraine
  • Makeup guru Daniel Martin shared step-by-step guide for the daring lip look of royal
  • Demonstrated how you can achieve the look with one color and without lip pencil
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The makeup artist from Meghan Markle has shared his step-by-step guide to recreating the bold lip look of the Duchess of Sussex.

New York beauty guru, Daniel Martin, known as the Meghan, 38, since her time on TV drama Suits, appeared today on Lorraine, where he demonstrated how he could make the perfect statement lip that didn't stain.

He gave his best advice on how to improve a natural look and suggested using one color and a brush to coat the outside of your lip with the same lipstick or chalk instead of a pencil.

Meghan Markle's makeup artist has shared his step-by-step guide to recreating the daring lip look of the Duchess of Sussex. She was shown with a statement slip at Cirque du Soleil in January this year

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Meghan Markle's makeup artist has shared his step-by-step guide to recreating the daring lip look of the Duchess of Sussex. She was shown with a statement slip at Cirque du Soleil in January this year

The beauty guru based in New York, who has known Meghan since her time on Suits, appeared on Lorraine this morning to recreate the look

The beauty guru based in New York, who has known Meghan since her time on Suits, appeared on Lorraine this morning to recreate the look

The beauty guru based in New York, who has known Meghan since her time on Suits, appeared on Lorraine this morning to recreate the look

He started the tutorial by explaining: & # 39; A bold lip will add a lot of glamor to any natural look at any age.

& # 39; What we want to do is simply enhance the natural look by creating a really beautiful, bold lip. & # 39;

He turned to the model and explained: & # 39; Many people are scared to do a daring lip, but what we did was with your natural appearance.

& # 39; Your eyes and mascara are considerably strengthened. So what the bold lip is going to do is really take it to the next level. & # 39;

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The first step is to use a powder brush to apply a small amount of concealer to the area around the lips.

The next step is to apply your lipstick, starting in the middle of the lip and working away so that you can see & # 39; how much pigment you have deposited & # 39;

The next step is to apply your lipstick, starting in the middle of the lip and working away so that you can see & # 39; how much pigment you have deposited & # 39;

The next step is to apply your lipstick, starting in the middle of the lip and working away so that you can see & # 39; how much pigment you have deposited & # 39;

Daniel explained: & # 39; I am taking a little concealer with a large downy brush.

& # 39; I use a large brush because I want it to lift, but I don't want to put much of that weight down, so what this is doing is just lifting the color. & # 39;

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The next step is to apply your lipstick, starting in the middle of the lip and working away so that you can & # 39; see how much pigment you've deposited & # 39 ;.

Daniel continued: & # 39; Go ahead and push it in with your lip and from there I can go in and describe the application in great detail. & # 39;

Daniel strokes a part of the same lipstick into a small corner brush and then sharpens the lip

Daniel strokes a part of the same lipstick into a small corner brush and then sharpens the lip

Daniel strokes a part of the same lipstick into a small corner brush and then sharpens the lip

Daniels & # 39; step-by-step guide for a bold lip

Use a large soft brush to wipe a small amount of concealer over your lips

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Take your lipstick or lip crayon and apply from the center of the lip to the outside

Use a brush instead of a lip liner to add definition by applying more lipstick of the same color

Go back with a lipstick or chalk to add more color to the lip

Use micellar water on a cotton swab and clean around the lip if you make mistakes

To finish, add some concealer around the lip to tidy up appearance and add definition

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Daniel strokes a part of the same lipstick into a small corner brush and then sharpens the lip.

He said: “I'm going to use a brush, you don't have to use a lip liner, what this is going to do is give you that lipliner effect, but with the brush.

& # 39; It is much easier to start with the color and use a brush around it.

& # 39; Because I think pencils can be a bit too hard, while we just want to make a definition. I'm just going to shape it. & # 39;

To tidy up the look, the makeup artist used micellar water on a cotton swab and clean around the lip

To tidy up the look, the makeup artist used micellar water on a cotton swab and clean around the lip

To tidy up the look, the makeup artist used micellar water on a cotton swab and clean around the lip

With the same lipstick he added: & # 39; What is great is that you can always go back and add color & # 39 ;.

He cleaned the lip with a cleansing water and said: “I have directed the lip color a bit.

& # 39; So what I'm going to do is put some micellar water on a cotton swab, and I'm going to clean it up. & # 39;

To finish, add some concealer around the lip to tidy up appearance and add definition

To finish, add some concealer around the lip to tidy up appearance and add definition

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To finish, add some concealer around the lip to tidy up appearance and add definition

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