Women are posting beautiful photos of their freckles on Instagram after Meghan Markle embraced hers at the Royal Wedding

People from around the world are embracing their natural beauty using hashtags such as #freckleslikemeghan, #frecklesfordays and #frecklegang.

The Duchess of Sussex, 36, chose celebrity make-up artist Daniel Martin, who is also a Dior Brand Ambassador, to create her pared-back, glowy bridal beauty look.

Daniel, who has worked with the likes of Chrissy Teigen, Jessica Alba and Elisabeth Moss, said Meghan was keen to keep her skin as “real and natural as possible”.

“Right now in make-up, so much is covered up and masked by contouring, strobing, and creating this false dimension to what you naturally have,” he told Glamour.

“On your wedding day you want to look back at your photos and think about how great you felt in your dress and not be distracted by how trendy your make-up was in 2018.


“I focused on bringing out her best self and elevating it to a level, that you’re not necessarily able to achieve yourself.”

He prepped Meghan’s “incredible” skin with a clarifying toner, water-based moisturiser and a Korean sunscreen.

He then used a water-based foundation because it “absorbs well into the skin without becoming oily over time”.

But this isn’t the first time Meghan has shown her freckles – they were also visible on September’s Vanity Fair issue.


Meanwhile, now that Meghan is a Duchess, here are the royal fashion rules she'll have to follow.

And, here are Meghan's best outfits – from the Goat dress at Prince Charles’ birthday to the Altuzarra dress at the Commonwealth Youth Forum.

These six Meghan Markle inspired wedding gowns are proof you don’t need the bank account of a Duchess to look like one.

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