Make-up artist Promise Tamang, known as dope2111 on YouTube, posted a video of her incredible transformation and it has racked up nearly half a million hits.
Her jaw-dropping tutorial even included Meghan’s trademark freckles.
She wrote on YouTube: “This was a very highly requested video after the wedding. You guys might be surprised but I really liked how natural and fresh her makeup was for the wedding.
“She looked effortlessly beautiful so I wanted to try to achieve the same when doing this.”
No attention to detail was spared, and to start, and she used Ben Nye Nose and Scar Wax to elongate her nose at the tip.
Next she opted for the medium coverage Wunder2 Last & Found[ation] to make her skin look "flawless" with a "natural finish."
Then she concealed under her eyes and around her jaw to make it look wider using some Nabla Cosmetics Concealer.
After blending, it was time for contouring, and she used a stick by OBV Beauty to add shade to her cheekbones, side of her forehead and along her nose.
Nikki created Markle's striking eyebrows and high arch using the L.A. Girl Brow Pomade.
For Markle's smokey eyeshadow, Tamang used the Charlotte Tilbury Instant Eye Palette.
Then she used Em Cosmetics Illustrative Eyeliner and DDK 4D Mascara to complete the eye look.
On her cheeks she used Too Faced Sweethearts Blush with NYX Micro Brow Pencil being added to recreate her signature freckles.
Nikki used Benefit Hoola Bronzer to make a “sun-kissed" glow on the sides of her face.
For Meghan’s lips, she used Urban Decay 24/7 Lip Pencil and Em Cosmetics True Gloss.
To finish off the entire look, she curled her hair and added a tiara to look like the royal. Voila!
Nikki, who has over five million followers on YouTube, received over a thousand comments on her Meghan video.
One fan gushed: “U r the transformation queen.”
Another said: “I swear I thought that was the real Meghan.”
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