Just In: The Green Beauty Products Meghan Markle May Wear At The Royal Wedding

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It's no secret that Meghan Markle is a bona fide wellness enthusiast. She gave up gluten last year and experienced a surge in energy—but still loves eating pasta on vacation—she does yoga and Pilates and prioritizes connecting with her body through running and meditation. Did we mention that her go-to calm-down technique is breathwork?

So it would seem natural, then, for Markle to sport green beauty brands on her wedding day. Her former makeup artist Lydia Sellers predicted her precise wedding look in People, recalling how Markle preferred to choose eco-friendly, nontoxic products whenever she could. "She loves RMS Beauty, an all-natural brand that does great eyeliners and creamy blushers that can also be used on the lip," Sellers told People magazine. The eyeliner she's referencing is most likely their vintage cake liner, which is a highly pigmented sooty powder that can be applied wet or dry. The latter makes for an excellent smoky eye. RMS's lip2cheek products Sellers mentions come in a range of shades and won't cover up her gorgeous natural coloring. We can easily imagine her wedding look mirroring the natural one she loves to wear: "Dewy-looking skin, with her freckles peeking through, a sheer pink lip and a daytime smoky eye with beautiful volume in her lashes," Sellers told People.

According to the article, another beauty brand Markle loves is Tatcha, which is well-known for its effective formulas and Japanese origins. While Tatcha isn't a green brand per se, the brand is largely inspired by ancient Japanese culture, where founder Victoria Tsai now lives part time. All of these products have one thing in common—they'll let her natural beauty shine through. Glow on, Meghan Markle!

Read about the six wellness rules Meghan Markle swears by, plus how she's influenced the future of fitness. If you're inspired by Markle's natural beauty choices, check out our roundup of the best natural beauty products.

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