But recently, Martin shared some of his insider tips with The Cut, and it’s possible Meghan didn’t wear foundation at all; only concealer.
“My approach to makeup has always been to emphasise the skin’s radiance rather than covering it up, and I’ve found that using skincare and complexion formulas that complement each other allow for the most natural-looking results, whether it’s for a red carpet or in a photo,” he said.
Rather than naming a Holy Grail foundation, the makeup artist raved about the Dior Forever Skin Correct Concealer ($65, sephora.com.au), saying “this is, in my opinion, the best two-in-one product on the market to balance out your complexion. Even though it’s technically a concealer, it can also be used as a foundation because of its 24-hour-long wear and matte finish on the skin, and it’s perfect for spot-treating any problem areas, cutting down redness, or blurring large pores.”
Like many who prefer a no makeup-makeup look, Martin uses the product to spot treat certain areas of the face only and then buffs it in using a foundation brush.
“It’s the perfect product for anyone who wants to even out their skin tone without looking like they have makeup on.”