Meghan Markle’s Beauty Evolution

  
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Meghan Markle has definitely come a long way from her pre-actress days to her current status as a soon-to-be royal! She’s been in the public eye for over a decade, which means we’ve had the ability to see her taste in beauty transform significantly. Markle has previously admitted to being a beauty junkie and based on some of her early smokey eye looks, she’s definitely no newbie when it comes to cosmetics and beauty trends. Despite the differences in beauty routines, one thing we can say with complete certainty is that Markle has always been an absolute beauty! Follow along to see how Meghan Markle has transitioned from her early days in the spotlight to her newfound status as Prince Harry’s wife to be:

2006

In 2006 Meghan Markle was still quite young and clearly still trying to figure out her go-to beauty style! She appeared at a Great Chefs of LA event wearing a fresh-faced look that allowed her youthful freckles to shine. She kept things relatively natural and wore a simple buff of bronzer on her cheeks and a swipe of light pink lip gloss. At this point, her eyebrows were quite thin and patchy, which is definitely a point of transition in her beauty look for the years to come. As for eye makeup, the brunette beauty played up the chocolate tones of her eyes by contrasting with a swipe of fun, blue shadow. She kept her hair fuss-free and simply pulled it back in a bun off her face.

Source: Rebecca Sapp/WireImage

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2007

By 2007, Markle was still rocking her non-fuss and girl-next-door roots when it came to beauty. She appeared at the Kari Feinstein Pre-Emmy Style Lounge wearing a classic baseball cap, which is a style she would often return to in the coming years. As for makeup, she continued to rock hues of blue with a navy mascara and rocked a soft, peach tint on her cheeks and lips. Her makeup is ultra natural and still allows her freckles to show, which we love! As for hair, she didn’t seem to do much styling at this point in her career and simply left it down and untamed.

Source: Jean-Paul Aussenard/WireImage for Kari Feinstein

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