Having finalized the florist, the cake, and the wedding invitations, apparently the next order of Royal Wedding business for Meghan Markle: her dress and makeup. Rumor has it she'll be choosing the Kate Middleton–approved British brand Erdem for her wedding dress, but the role of makeup artist is still a question. So who will it be? Well, if Kim Kardashian's makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, had anything to say about it, it would have been him.
Dedivanovic, who just launched the KKW Beauty x Mario Collection with Kardashian, revealed to Hello! Magazine that his ideal client would be Meghan Markle on her wedding day. "My goal was to do Meghan Markle’s makeup – it didn’t happen – but I love Princess Diana so much, and so, ever since she got engaged I was dying to do her makeup," he said. "I wish I wish I wish. I would have wanted to [do her makeup] with so much emotion and making sure that she was beautiful for Diana. I would have done literally the most beautiful makeup in the world.”
While we still don't know who she may have chosen, Markle reportedly did not end up choosing Dedivanovic for her wedding. But he still has a few ideas for how he'd do it if he had gotten the gig. According to Hello!, the foundation he'd choose is based on a comment she made last November about how she always asks makeup artists for sheerer coverage. "Only apply foundation to the spots you need it and spread it with a Beautyblender," she told Birchbox. "I never want to cover my freckles, so we just do a 'wash' of foundation in certain sections instead of over the entire face."
“There’s a foundation I love called the Koh Gen Do Aqua foundation," Dedivanovic told Hello!. "It’s a very sheer product and gives you nice luminous skin, so probably a product like that.”
Markle doesn't seem to have a go-to foundation herself, but her former makeup artist revealed in February that she went with Armani Silk, applied (of course) with a Beautyblender. As for that constant royal-to-be glow, the Suits actress said in 2014 that she has the following skin-care routine: "I love Jan Marini skin-care products," she told Allure. I've been using their serum lately. It's a nice glycolic one that makes your skin really glow-y. And I really love the Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder. It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation." To finish off the full Meghan Markle look, try Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution lipstick in Very Victoria. As People revealed last week, it's her favorite lipstick.