Meghan Markles sends fans wild with false eyelashes on Remembrance Day


THE Duchess of Sussex is known for her soft, natural make-up look, often teaming a subtle smokey eye with a classic blush lip.

But over the weekend while Meghan, 38, was attending the annual Remembrance services in London, her long, thick lashes seemed to steal the show with fans.

Meghan looked stunning at the Remembrance services over the weekend

It’s not the first time the Duchess’ eyelashes have been the topic of conversation.

The mum-of-one previously told Allure she uses RevitaLash serum on her lashes – an award-winning product that boosts lash growth, making them appear both longer and thicker.

But following Meg’s appearance this weekend, several fans are convinced the Duchess has been using false lashes – and they desperately want to know where to get their hands on them.

Debating the cause of the royal’s extra full lashes this weekend, over on fan page @harry_meghan_updates, social media users were divided.

The Duchess seemed to be sporting longer lashes
Some speculated that Meghan was wearing false lashes

Some were convinced they were Meghan’s natural lashes – and merely a product of her love for RevitaLash, while others were sceptical.

Many Instagram users were adamant they were enhanced, with one fan commenting: “Theyre definitely false eyelashes. You can tell from the close ups of her other pics.

“Youve got to do what makes you feel better and I think shes doing that.”

Others agreed, with another writing: “Yes, she said on The Tig [Meghan’s now defunct lifestyle blog] she sometimes liked a certain brand of falsies.

“Very subtle though. They don’t look overdone.”

“I DON’T think theyre her lashes. She definitely augmented them here. She looks great!” Wrote another.

The Duchess seemed to look extra glam this weekend
Meghan attended the Festival of Remembrance along with Prince Harry and other members of the royal family

Speaking about Meghan’s new look to Fabulous Digital, celebrity make-up artist Olivia Todd explained: “Meghan is definitely sporting an extra glamorous look from her usual soft, natural approach to make-up.

“Her skin is looking bronzed and sculpted to enhance her gorgeous cheekbones, her lips are soft blush pink with a touch of gloss and are fuller-looking due to a pop of highlighter on her cupids bow.

“She’s opted for a brown smokey eye teamed with fluttery strip eyelashes (possibly Ardell Demi Wispies) and an elongated feline flick for that added drama.”

Olivia says Meghan added a flick for extra drama

Olivia explained Meghan could have opted for a heavier look due to the dark outfits she’s been wearing this weekend.

“During winter, all black is often quite draining and can make you look washed out and lack lustre if make-up is kept minimal and colours are left fairly natural.

“When you up the ante on the bronzer and highlighter this really gives life to your skin.

“Meghan’s choices are really tasteful and thought about, I always say if you go heavier on the eyes with lashes, shadow and liner it is best to keep the lips softer and never go anymore than a couple of shades darker or brighter than your natural lip colour.”

Meghan and Harry attended three Remembrance events last week

And despite falsies sometimes reserved for evening occasions, Olivia thinks Meghan has nailed the natural look.

“False lashes can look great for daytime if they are relatively natural looking, you want to avoid the lashes looking obviously fake.

“They should look like your lashes, but slightly enhanced. Meghan’s could work for day and night.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have attended three Remembrance events over the last week.

On Thursday, Meghan and Harry visited Westminster Abbey’s Field of Remembrance, where they viewed the plots of tiny crosses erected by regiments, military units and other organisations associated with the First World War and other conflicts.

On Saturday, the couple attended the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Meghan, 38, wore a black brocade midi-dress, reportedly by UK-based designer Erdem, with a subtle collar, button detailing and a flared skirt.

The following day, the royal family came together at the National Service of Remembrance at the London Cenotaph memorial to commemorate and honour the men and women who lost their lives in conflict.

In other royal news, we told you why the Queen wears five poppies on Remembrance Day, Meghan Markle has one and Kate Middleton opts for three.

We also revealed the duchess of Cambridge honours World War Two code-breaker gran with special 29.99 poppy brooch.

And we showed you the Queen is a big fan of Kate Middletons unflappable keep calm and carry on approach in life, says royal insider.