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How Juvederm Can Help You Get That Meghan Markle Sparkle!

March 16, 2018

Ever since her engagement to Prince Harry, there has been a Meghan Markle mania taking the US by storm and one dermal filler is standing out when it comes to clients wanting to look more like Markle – Juvederm.

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Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle

The Meghan Markle Sparkle

Meghan Markle’s look has been dubbed as the “Markle Sparkle” and aptly so since the Suits actress does have a certain sparkle that sets her apart. There are four notable points to getting that Markle Sparkle look: the glowing skin, the dark hair, the imposing nose, and those heart-shaped cheeks.

To be honest, what really makes Markle seemingly glow, is her all-natural look. Ironically, there is a current plastic surgery wave to get that natural look down.

The Glowing Skin

First of the three components to Markle’s look is her smooth skin. Botox has been the obvious choice for many to get rid of those fine lines, especially in the forehead area. Though you might want to retain those crow’s feet, since that’s what makes her smile look genuine.

Other options to achieve that glowing skin that is also gaining popularity at the moment is microneedling, also known as dermal rolling. This involves the use of hundreds of small needles attached to a roller, designed to wound the face in order to induce the growth of collagen and new skin, resulting to a fresh, glowing, yet all-natural look.

The Dark Hair

The next component to her look is the dark hair. It’s got a warm and deep brunette color without much contrast. So say goodbye to your highlights if you really want to nail those dark tresses. It is important to note that Meghan’s hair also has natural windswept waves which kind of reminds you of another real-life normal girl turned royalty – Kate Middleton.

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The Nose

There are two types of rhinoplasty being used by various plastic surgery experts to get Markle’s nose profile down. Patients can either opt for a liquid rhinoplasty or a surgical rhinoplasty in order to get the shape and size of Markle’s nose. As opposed to the slim nose that we’ve been so used in seeing, Markle’s nose is the exact opposite with a strong shape and size.

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The Cheekbones

Finally, we have her perfectly heart-shaped face. Cheek contouring is the way to go. Dermal fillers, when put in strategic places can give one’s face that heart-shaped charm. Leading plastic surgeons and dermatologists report though, that in order to perfect the look, they like to layer different Juvederm dermal fillers like Juvederm Vollure, Juvederm Volume, and Juvederm Ultra Plus.

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It is not surprising why there are a lot of women who would want to get Meghan Markle’s look. She is marrying a prince, after all. And who among us didn’t have that fairytale dream? Remember, though, that Meghan’s charm isn’t her hair or her nose. Her secret lies in her natural beauty. However, it definitely would not hurt to emulate her physical appearance especially if it would boost your self-confidence, or in the future, maybe even land you a real-life prince!

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