Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are engaged! Here, a look at all of Meghan Markle's best beauty looks from 2006 until now.
'Back in November, news spread around the world that Prince Harry had proposed to his new love, actress Meghan Markle. At first, we were sceptical—surely it was a case of tabloid speculation gone viral. But on this occasion, the rumours were true. Harry, or the 'party prince' as he's affectionately known, was ready to settle down. Last month, 36-year-old Meghan married Prince Harry and officially became a member of the British royal family . The ceremony was broadcast to millions (and millions!) of well-wishers around the world. However, this isn't Meghan's first foray into the spotlight—the actress has been walking red carpets for years as part of her high profile role as Rachel Zane on Suits . Here, we take a look at Meghan's beauty transformation, from 2006 until now: Erin Cook Meghan Markle’s Beauty Evolution Is One For The History Books Pictured in 2006 at the COACH Legacy Photo Exhibit. During the Kari Feinstein Pre-Emmy Style Lounge, 2005. In 2009, at a Pre-Emmy Gift Lounge. Meghan pictured in 2010 at the Chateau Marmont. At an InStyle x Alexa Chung launch in 2011. In 2011, at the Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Awards Dinner. Pictured in 2012, at the 13th Annual Warner Bros. and InStyle Golden Globe After Party. At an LA film screening in 2012. Meghan attending USA Network Upfront in 2012. Meghan at a 2012 Mr Porter.com event in New York. Markle at the GQ Men Of The Year Party in 2012. On the red carpet of the 2013 Golden Globe Awards. In 2013 at An Evening With Suits at The Paley Center At ELLE US's 2nd Annual Women in Television event, 2013. Meghan at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, spring 2014. At the UK premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in 2013. Pictured in 2014 at a Marc Jacobs event in NYC. Meghan attending NYFW in 2014. In 2015, at Spring/Summer NYFW. Attending an event for Marchesa Voyage for ShopStyle collection, 2014. Pictured in 2014, at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Benefit. In 2015, at autumn winter fashion week in Toronto. Meghan at the JA-Federation New York's Entertainment Division Signature Gala in 2015. At the 2015 NBC New York Summer Press Day, 2015. In 2015, at the CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund Award. Meghan at the ELLE US 6th Annual Women In Television Dinner, 2016. Visiting AOL Studios in New York, 2017. Pictured in New York, 2016. At the Roland Mouret private dinner at Corkin Gallery, 2016. In 2016, at the P.S. Arts' The Party in LA. With Prince Harry at the official photocall to announce their engagement in November, 2017. Pictured at the Invictus Games Reception in 2018. In 2018, during a visit to Belfast, Northern Ireland. Meghan accompanied Harry to UK Team Trials for the Invictus Games in Bath. Greeting fans outside Cardiff Castle, 2018. Pictured at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, 2018. Meghan was a vision of beauty on her wedding day. Pictured post-royal wedding, during an official engagement. Wearing her trademark messy bun in October 2018. In New Zealand in October 2018. Out and about while pregnant in March 2019. Attending The Lion King premiere in July 2019.'
The future of beauty is n̶e̶a̶r here.
'The next generation of beauty is here and it's much smarter than its predecessor. Imbued with DNA-personalised skincare, hands-free makeup and hair health-enhancing stylers, the beauty industry has called upon technology's biggest disruptors to deliver a new (and scientifically proven) standard. Time to up your beauty game? Here, BAZAAR 's update on the latest in high-tech beauty. 1. Augmented Reality Makeup Artificial Intelligence is becoming increasingly more integrated within the beauty space. 'Try-on' technology is now considered standard practice for many makeup and skincare brands such as Tom Ford, where customers can have their consultation recorded and the file later sent to their phone. Sephora now has a virtual makeover app that allows you to trial a full face of makeup, even allowing you to choose between makeup brands and shades. L'Oreal, one of the world's largest beauty companies, has invested heavily in augmented reality with the recent acquisition of Canadian tech company, ModiFace. Whether on the lookout for your next manicure or eyeshadow, ModiFace will most likely have the app to enhance your beauty plight. So what's to come? The tech team behind the smart-skincare and oral care giant Foreo are in the early stages of developing a digital makeup artist that could potentially see the end of makeup application as we know it. The Moda digital makeup artist app sources looks from celebrities to recreate on the user's face. Users select the programmed makeup look they wish to replicate and the style is then transmitted to the Moda device. Embedded with facial scanning software and a biometric lens, the app determines the characteristics of your face and their precise orientation, ensuring makeup is printed only onto the exact areas it's meant to. Then, 2000 ultra-fine nozzles begin to dispense mineral makeup 'ink' onto the skin—all in less than 30 seconds. Bid farewell to your makeup brush collection and YouTube tutorial playlists; makeup 2.0 could be here sooner than we think. In the meantime, technologies such as the touch-screen HiMirror Mini come Alexa, Spotify and Youtube-enabled, and include several ambient lighting settings to support makeup application. With skin analysis functions, it can also recommend products and lists them in a 'beauty box'. Smart. 2. High-Tech Heat Tools Last year, 25 years after the brand began learning how to manipulate airflow—and two years after the release of its award-winning Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer —Dyson unveiled the Dyson Airwrap™ styler . Promising unprecedented levels of at-home hair styling, the engineering feat can produce hairstyles in just minutes. Developed with six attachments (each used to achieve a different style), the innovation is designed to prevent extreme heat damage and comes embedded with a lightweight yet powerful digital V9 motor and patented intelligent heat control technology. \'For many years, extreme heat has been used to style hair,\' explains Sir James Dyson. \'Through testing in our laboratories, we found that styling with extreme heat can irreparably damage hair. We knew there had to be a better way.\' Harnessing an aerodynamic phenomenon known as the Coanda effect, the Dyson Airwrap™ styler simultaneously dries and styles hair. Air, when propelled at the right speed and pressure, naturally follows an adjacent surface, entraining surrounding hair. Using the method, Dyson engineers formulated a way of applying the method to style hair. Dyson's successful foray into haircare indicates a shift in focus for the industry itself. No longer will at-home efficiency and style suffice; the consumer is wanting it all, and that includes hair that looks and feels healthier. 3. Facial Workouts Favoured by model Jourdan Dunn, the FaceGym beauty empire is inspired by physical training practices. 'A gym for your face', the new fitness and beauty hybrid has gained a cult following, with multiple studios now open across London and New York. Founded by Inge Theron, a writer who formerly travelled the world reviewing cutting-edge spa treatments for the Financial Times , the new-gen facial transcends simple apply-and-remove-product rituals to deliver an extensive and deeply penetrative procedure that is geared toward more than 40 muscles from the neck up. Therapists—or 'face trainers'—are each known for their unique expertise, which extends to releasing facial knots, face contouring and detoxifying. Now, the FaceGym movement is available in take-away form thanks to the FaceGym Pro . A small device that's used with a Collagen Infusion Serum, the FaceGym Pro lifts, tones and tightens the skin in just 10 minutes. The gadget applies mild yet forceful EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) to the face, strengthening thousands of small muscle fibres that gradually lose electricity overtime. 4. Customised Skincare In 2019, your face can do more than just unlock your phone—it can now reveal information about your health and beauty routine. Skincare brand Neutrogena entered the digital customisation space last year, introducing Skin360 , its user-friendly skin-scanning device. Connecting to smartphones, the tool enables the use of a magnifying camera, which scans and evaluates your skin health to determine what products and ingredients are best suited to your needs. Now, the brand is upping-the-ante with its latest tech instalment: MaskiD . A companion product to Skin360, MaskiD (landing in US markets this September) is a 3-D-printed sheet mask. Aimed at responding to the consumer's growing interest in bespoke beauty solutions, the personalised product aims to deliver clinic-level results to consumers from their home. Analysing pore size, moisture levels and fine lines, the app uses precise measurements of your face to determine the size parameters of your sheet mask. Recommending a list of ingredients for your skin, you can tailor your mask to suit your concerns, hit order and have it delivered to your door. Not yet available on the Australian market, the app has already garnered impressive beauty buzz and indicates the future of beauty is well and truly here. Brought to you by Dyson'
Supermodel Bella Hadid has had many looks over the years. Here, we take a look at her before and after..
'While Bella Hadid is undoubtedly a chameleon when it comes to fashion (she is a supermodel, after all), she arguably doesn't receive enough credit for her ever-evolving beauty looks . Although she may not be wildly experimental in the vein of a Lady Gaga or Kylie Jenner, Hadid's always had a knack for bringing a touch of edginess to a classic look, whether it's through a dramatic winged eye or an ultra-slick ponytail, a move which has taken her from 'It' girl to supermodel in a matter of years. Having had many memorable looks in recent times (we are still obsessed with her 2019 Met Gala pixie cut ), we thought it worthy to take a look back over Hadid's incredible beauty evolution. Scroll on to see Bella Hadid's complete before and after beauty transformation in pictures. Sukriti Wahi Charting Bella Hadid's Complete Beauty Transformation In Pictures October 2010 March 2014 November 2014 January 2015 April 2015 May 2015 June 2015 September 2015 January 2016 February 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May 2016 May 2016 May 2016 December 2016 February 2017 May 2017 May 2017 September 2017 November 2017 November 2017 December 2017 April 2018 May 2018 May 2018 May 2018 June 2018 June 2018 June 2018 September 2018 September 2018 October 2018 November 2018 November 2018 February 2019 April 2019 May 2019 May 2019 June 2019'
From Bobbi Brown to Lancome, these are the 20 beauty products that Kate Middleton swears by for her iconic beauty look.
'Although you might not see her wearing a bold lipstick colour or a sculptural eyeliner look, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, knows her way around the beauty block. Since stepping onto the royal scene with her now-iconic glossy blow-out and subtle smoky eye in 2010, Kate has made an art out of her signature makeup look, always looking put-together at events. Pairing glowing skin (courtesy of a strict skincare routine, regular facials and a healthy diet ) with a low-key beauty look and bouncy hair, the mother-of-three ensures she always looks flawless, whether she's on a tennis court or in Buckingham Palace. And, thankfully for those wanting a slice of that duchess-glow, a few of her favourite products have been revealed over the years. From her go-to brands (Bobbi Brown and Lancôme feature heavily) to her preferred skincare products, these are the 20 items Kate's been known to favour. Mahalia Chang 20 Royal-Approved Beauty Products Kate Middleton Swears By Naked palette by Urban Decay Wondering about the shades behind that classic smoky eye? According to reports, Kate loves Urban Decay's 'Naked Smoky' palette so much she recommended it to Michelle Obama. High praise. Sources say 'Toasted' and 'Hustle' are her go-to shades. Similar: Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette by Urban Decay, $69 at MECCA . Beauty Sleep Elixir by Beuti Skincare After being given the line in 2016, Kate reportedly keeps this boutique line on her bedside table and has even recommended it to her sister-in-law, Meghan. \'We have an inside source at the palace who confirmed that Kate Middleton received the Beauty Sleep Elixir in 2016 and keeps a stash of Beuti on her nightstand,\' the line's founder told Bustle . \'We were also told by the same source that Kate indeed gifted the Beauty Sleep Elixir to Meghan Markle and we are told she has been using the line since.\' Beauty sleep elixir, $83 by Beuti Skincare . Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector by Clarins No insider reports needed here. Kate whipped out a tube of Clarins' Instant Light lipgloss while watching a tennis match at Wimbledon in 2019. Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector, $32 by Clarins . White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum According to the Daily Mail , Kate picked 'White Gardenia Petals' by British boutique Illuminum for her wedding day. Currently not available in Australia. Skincare by Karin Herzog AOL reported in 2015 that Kate is loyal to Karin Herzog's oxygen-infused skincare line. Her favourite products include the Vita-A-Kombi 1 moisturizing cream, Professional Cleanser, and the Oxygen Face cream. 'Kate's Favourites,' $135 by Karin Herzog . Cleanse & Condition Shampoo by Richard Ward To keep her hair shiny and bouncy, Kate turns to a product made by her go-to hairdresser, Richard Ward. Currently not available in Australia. Long-Wear Even Finish Foundation by Bobbi Brown Although she did her own makeup on her wedding day, Kate received \'make-up artistry assistance\' from a Bobbi Brown makeup artist. Since then, she's used the brand's \'Long-Wear Even Finish Foundation\' consistently. Long-Wear Even Finish Foundation, $72 by Bobbi Brown . Blush by Bobbi Brown 'Pale pink' is apparently Kate's preferred shade of this soft matte blush. Blush, $49 by Bobbi Brown . Certified Organic Rosehip Oil by Trilogy During each of her pregnancies, it has been reported Kate uses Trilogy's soft oil to keep stretchmarks at bay. Certified Organic Rosehip Oil by Trilogy, $25.99 at Priceline . Dark Brow Kit by Bobbi Brown For her classic dark brows, Kate turns to favourite Bobbi Brown's DIY kit. Brow kit by Bobbi Brown, $75 at Adore Beauty . Touche Éclat Concealer by Yves Saint Laurent To brighten up her undereye (she has got three kids, you know!), Kate uses YSL's famous Touche Éclat. Touche Éclat Radiant Touch by Yves Saint Laurent, $70 at MECCA . Lip Colour by Bobbi Brown Fall in love with that barely-there pink lipstick Kate wore on her wedding day? Insiders revealed it was Bobbi Brown's \'Sandwash Pink.\' Lip Colour in \'Sandwash Pink,\' $47 by Bobbi Brown . Enamel by Essie Since royals generally avoid bright nail polish colours in favour of natural pinks and nudes, Kate's manicurist mixed Essie's \'Allure\' with Bourjois' \'Rose Lounge\' to achieve the perfect barely-there nude shade. Enamel in 'Allure,' $12 by Essie . So Laque Nail Enamel in Rose Lounge by Bourjois The other star of Kate's wedding manicure. Currently not available in Australia. Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner by Bobbi Brown Kate reportedly used this ultra-long-wear eyeliner in her wedding-day smoky eye. Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, $39 by Bobbi Brown . Creme With Silk Groom by Kiehl's When Kate's on-the-road makeup artist shared a snap of the products she brought with her, this Kiehl's styling aid was among the product packed. Creme With Silk Groom, $39 by Kiehl's . Hypnôse Mascara by Lancôme For long, black lashes, Kate turns to Lancôme's famous Hypnôse formula. Hypnôse Mascara, $55 by Lancôme . Elnett Satin Normal Strength Hairspray by L'Oreal As was this hairspray by L'Oreal. Elnett Satin Normal Strength Hairspray by L'Oreal, $10.99 at Priceline . Eyeshadow by Bobbi Brown For her day-to-day eye looks, Kate reportedly uses these shadow pans in 'Ivory', 'Rockstar' and 'Slate'. Eyeshadow, $42 by Bobbi Brown . Shimmer Brick Compact by Bobbi Brown For an added dose of shimmer, Kate uses.. you guessed it, a Bobbi Brown compact called 'Bronze Shimmer Brick'. Shimmer Brick Compact, $75 by Bobbi Brown .'
Eye makeup can completely transform your face, and celebrities are no exception. We round up the stars who look very different without their signature eye makeup.
'Anyone who's dabbled in makeup will be able to tell you about the power of a well-applied slick of eyeliner, or the instant effect one wave of the mascara wand can have. Whether or not you're a fan of eye makeup, there's little doubt it can completely transform your look (for better or for worse, in the case of our blue eye shadow days). And for some stars, their stage presence or public identity is intertwined with their signature beauty look, whether that be bold false eyelashes, strong eyebrows, smokey shadow or a perfect winged cat's eye. While they look just as gorgeous without their signatures, these stars also look incredibly different, and some almost unrecognisable. Thanks to their stunning fair hair, or unexpected natural colouring, or even just a more pared-back, relaxed vibe, these celebrities are able to switch up their look simply by swiping a makeup remover pad over their eyelids. Below, we round up eight stars with and without their signature eye makeup. Susannah Guthrie 8 Celebrities With And Without Their Signature Eye Makeup Zendaya: On the red carpet, the actress favours shimmery nudes and bold smoky palettes, as well as a seriously defined brow. Off-duty, however, she embraces her natural glow and keeps eye makeup to a minimum. Taylor Swift: The singer loves a cat's eye almost as much as she loves her Instagram-famous cats, but even without her signature winged look, her blue eyes still pop. Sophie Turner: The naturally fair-haired Game of Thrones star colours her brows and loves lashings of mascara when on-duty, but her holiday face consists of fresh, clear skin and not a slick of eyeliner in sight. Madelaine Petsch: The Riverdale actress is a natural redhead, meaning she usually likes to wear bold false lashes and a darker brow pencil on the red carpet to give her gorgeous, naturally fair complexion a camera-ready boost. Gwyneth Paltrow: The natural blonde is very comfortable makeup-free, and her sunkissed off-duty beauty look is quite the departure from her sleek, defined red carpet makeup. Kesha: Pop star Kesha loves to experiment with makeup and hair looks, and is known for wearing everything from false feather lashes to rhinestone-encrusted eyeliner. But in her downtime, the singer is more than happy to let her fair colouring, and enviable freckles, shine through. Katy Perry: If there's one thing that defines Katy Perry's ever-changing beauty look more than any other, it's her love of thick, luscious false eye lashes. But even without these eye-catching add-ons, she's just as striking. Adele: She might wear winged eyeliner like war paint on her epic concert stages, but Adele has no hesitation embracing a bare face when she's at home.'
Kylie Jenner is officially an all-round beauty mogul – the launch of her new brand, Kylie Skin, proves it. She’s now got a full makeup brand AND skincare brand under her belt, and she’s like two years old. In unrelated news, I am crying into my Mi