The countdown to the royal wedding is in full swing, with the big day just weeks away. Meghan Markle's beauty look will be quite natural.
Keeping It Simple
Insiders have been speculating for months about what way the princess-to-be might style her hair for the big day, from a chic chignon to loose, beachy waves.
Now, though, it seems her all-important makeup look may have been revealed. Shocking certain quarters, it will be reasonably low-key.
"I think Meghan will go with a classic, timeless look similar to what we have seen her wear lately. Natural, dewy-looking skin, with her freckles peeking through, a sheer pink lip and a daytime smoky eye with beautiful volume in her lashes," explained her former makeup artist, Lydia Sellers, in an interview with PEOPLE.
Sellers, who has worked with Markle since 2015, advised that her number one concern, on the happiest day of Markle's life, will be to look and feel like herself.
"That was really important to Meghan - to always feel and look authentic and natural," she advised.
The Dream Client
The ex-Suits star also opts for non-toxic, eco-friendly products whenever possible. The soon-to-be royal, who's set to wed Prince Harry on May 19, loves Japanese brand Tatcha's dewy skin mist, as well as their Classic Rice Enzyme Powder, to keep her skin looking clear and makeup-ready always.
According to Sellers, Markle was the dream client, with a vast knowledge of brands and new products. The two parted ways last year when Markle began spending more time across the ocean, presumably to spend time with her then-secret boyfriend.
The makeup artist has nothing but fond memories of working with the royal-to-be, espousing the benefits of her positive attitude.
"One time we were in Boston on a boat, it was spring, it was still very cold and she was in summer clothing. She laughed the entire day, she was so positive and we all forgot about the cold. I'm so happy for her!" she gushed.
An Eco-Conscious Beauty
It seems Markle's healthy, eco-conscious lifestyle is rubbing off on her fiancé, too, as Prince Harry has reportedly quit smoking. He's also cut out carbs in favor of quinoa and kale ahead of the big day.
The actress and activist, who quit her day job to focus on humanitarian efforts now that she's being inducted into the royal family, reportedly emptied Harry's fridge of all his favorite junk food treats when the two initially moved in together.
The yoga enthusiast also encouraged Harry to start taking up regular exercise. A friend admitted they gave the Prince a hard time for acquiescing to Markle's demands, but they can see the benefits of his new, healthy lifestyle now, especially as the wedding gets closer.
The Anticipation Is Reaching Breaking Point
Much is still not known about the big day, which is set to take place at the 800-capacity St. George's Chapel next month.
Harry got down on one knee to ask brother Prince William to be his best man, but whether Markle will take a maid of honor, and who the lucky woman might be, remains up in the air.
Details of her wedding dress, his attire for the day, and which celebrities might show up to celebrate with the happy couple also remain mysteriously unknown.
Speculation is rife that Harry's late mother, Princess Diana, will be included via a special piece of jewelry, but many of these details will remain secret until May 19.