Meghan Markle swaps nail polish now that she's a Royal
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan is going for a Royal manicure shade instead of the nude nails per the Royal Decree.
Vogue reported that the former actress appeared with a sheer pink pastel for Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibit at London's Southbank Centre on July 17, 2018.
Being married to a Prince has given Megan Markle a chance to hone her beauty for a more elegant and royal look.
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As the Duchess is settling into her new role, people are banking on her to break a few traditional rules as far as dressing up is concerned.
Meghan is known to have intricate hairdos with her trademark raven tresses which fall over her shoulders. Recently, she was seen in a simple ponytail attending the christening ceremony of Prince Louis.
She is known to keep her makeup simple as well. She is even known for her simple-colored manicures right to an elegant monochromatic palette.
It may be said that Meghan toes the Royal decree as far as a manicure is considered. As per the Royal protocol, members of the family are not allowed to wear dark nail paints. They are to choose a color that looks natural, according to Allure.
For her D-Day, the former actress selected a sheer pink pastel (Essie Mademoiselle). It was reminiscent of Kate Middleton’s wedding day when she had worn the Essie Shade named after Allure.
However, the Duchess of Cambridge goes sans any color with her manicure other times.
The shade worn by Meghan happens to be a favorite with Queen Elizabeth. According to Vogue, the Monarch has only worn ballet slippers by Essie, which she requested specifically from founder Essie Weingarten in 1989.
For her visit to the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibit at London's Southbank Centre on July 17, where she accompanied her husband, Prince Harry, Meghan wore a sleeveless Nonie trench dress.
She chose a warm pink blush for her cheeks along with a similar shade of lipstick.
However, for that additional perk to her look, she chose to use a pastel rose nail paint which perfectly suited her dress, heels and even her Mulberry clutch.
Meghan ended up adding a sophisticated mark to what is regarded to be the basic Royal manicure.
According to a report by Vogue, this a shade that toes the Queen’s norm about not wearing vulgar and colorful nail paints. The shade manages to shine on its own.