If, like us, you were watching the royal wedding purely for Meghan Markle's makeup, you've come to the right place.
While her Givenchy dress was beautiful and Harry looked dashing in his military uniform (even more so when he told Meghan he was "shitting it"), we were more concerned about how the bride got that glow.
To try and get to the bottom of it, we spoke to Meghan's longtime makeup artist, Lydia Sellers who was solely responsible for Meghan's makeup for two years before she moved to the UK to be with Prince Harry.
Lydia described Meghan's wedding day makeup as "classic, timeless, and glowing," with her skin "taking center stage." Sticking to her classic look of "dewy skin, freckles, and a glowing flushed cheek," Lydia took us through all the Meghan approved products we need to recreate our own royal flush.
"Prep is so important for a look that is all about natural skin. This mist contains cucumber extract to help tighten and lift, and should be used 10 minutes before bedtime as the final part of your beauty regime. I can't promise you'll wake up looking like Meghan, but you will have her luminous skin."
Iconic London Prep Set Glow Mist
"An all-time favorite with Meghan because of its luminosity, it looks and feels like skin when it goes on the face. This is a solid go-to when going for a natural, glowing complexion and allows Meghan's freckles to show through."
Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation
"Meghan has gorgeous eyes and generally goes for a smoldering, sultry look: subdued by day, and played up for the evening. I love using MAC Teddy on her because it's not completely matte. There is a beautiful bronze shine to it that really makes an earthy, smokey eye pop."
MAC Teddy Eye pencil, Power Plant Mall
"We love to layer on the mascara! This particular one really helps to amplify her lashes and polish off the entire look. It's great for full volume and lengthening."
Iconic London Mascara
"I like to keep Meghan's lips more natural-looking to balance the look. I always have this in my kit. These are really nice for a natural hint of color while moisturizing the lips. I love to use these in more nude/pink tones when working with Meghan because of their simplicity."
Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment Balm SPF15, P1,387, Sephora.ph
Well if we can't have Prince Harry we'll settle for the contents of Meghan's makeup bag.
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