Since her engagement to Prince Harry was announced, Meghan Markle has taken the fashion and beauty world by storm with her elegant yet relaxed style – and the 'Meghan effect' has seen many of the clothes and products she’s been spotted with selling out in record time. And one beauty detail that makeup fans are particularly loving is her natural yet well-groomed brows. They're the handiwork of brow expert Sherrille Riley, founder of exclusive Mayfair salon Nails & Brows and Beauty Edit Mayfair. Because it has been rumoured that Meghan opts for the signature 'Audrey Brow' treatment, HELLO! visited her to get the lowdown.
The finished 'Audrey' brow look
"The Audrey Brow is a style I created in 2017," says Sherille. "It was inspired by Audrey Hepburn and it's really designed to lift the brow." Sherille says that when a client asks for this style, she'll start by brushing their brows upwards to see how they naturally lie. "Sometimes the brows need to be tinted... then I tend to need to shape the brows with a little bit of trimming, then maybe some tweezing and threading."
Sherille says that the style "gives the brows a very straight look, lifted upwards at the tail end, and that really frames the face and really opens up the eyes." For the finishing touches, she then uses a selection of her own Beauty Edit Mayfair products to highlight and define the brows. "We fill in any gaps with the Brow Filler then we go onto using the Brow Lift, which is particularly good because we really lift the brow bone," she explains. "Then I use the Brow Setter and that really sets the look. It’s natural, elegant and a timeless look."
We're pretty certain Meghan will be sporting this look when she walks down the aisle on Saturday. And according to her makeup artist Lydia Sellers, we can also expect her to be rocking glowing skin and earthy, bronzed toned eyes – the beauty guru recently spilled the beans on the products she thinks the 36-year-old will wear on the big day. To learn more about Meghan's brow look and how it's created, watch the video below: