Meghan Markle just did something VERY directional with her latest manicure
When Meghan Markle visited the South Bank Centre with husband Prince Harry, she wore a pink House of Nonie coat dress which she teamed with a pink Mulberry clutch bag and she even coordinated her nails – sporting a matching pink manicure.
The Duchess of Sussex looked incredible last week when she headed to London’s Southbank Centre to visit the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at the buildings’ Queen Elizabeth Hall. Meghan, 36, decided to be a total pink lady in her matching outfit, wearing blush pink top-to-toe. Who can forget her pastel mac dress by House of Nonie which she teamed with her pink coordinating clutch bag by Mulberry? But, there was a small detail you MAY have missed – the wife of Prince Harry actually did something quite bold with her talons – she matched them to her handbag absolutely perfectly, rocking the very same rose shade as her clothes.
Pretty in pink – Duchess Meghan wore the shade top-to-toe at London’s Southbank Centre
Initially, we thought that perhaps the former Suits star was wearing gel nail polish but elite stylist blow LTD disagrees: “The manicure looks like a classic polish with 2-3 coats of colour to make the colour pop and is finished with a long lasting glossy top coat. The Royals tend to stick to more subtle and classic nail shades, which often change from event to event. A classic manicure is great for those who like to change the shade of the nails more regularly.”
Meghan matched her nails to her Mulberry clutch bag
To get Meghan’s look, Jodie remarks: “Meghan’s colour is an off white with an undertone of pink, we would recommend OPI shades ‘Don’t Bossa Nova Me Around’ or ‘Is Mimosa For Mr & Mrs’ to recreate this look.”
When Duchess Meghan tied the knot with Prince Harry on 19 May, her glowing look was a huge talking point – we just couldn’t get enough of her natural beauty which was highlighted with chic subtle tones – and that included her royal manicure.
Many beauty fans remarked it looked very similar to Essie’s ‘Ballet Slippers’ which is actually the Queen’s to-go-to shade that the monarch has been wearing since 1989.