Many brides envy Meghan Markle's gaze
There is no doubt that the actress "Suits" is one of the most beautiful faces today. In fact, she reached in the golden ratio of the ancient Greeks 87.4 percent, making it the most beautiful female queen. She outperformed Kate Middleton, who scored 86.8 percent with the same equation.
According to NYC Board certified plastic surgeon dr. Matthew Schulman, many brides are looking to get the same sheen and glamor as Markle.
"To shine on Markle Skin, patients are calling for our most popular facial treatment called Escarglow® Facial, which isolates collagen-stimulating microneedles with growth factors from the mucus of specially-bred snails," said Schulman Life and Style.
He added that chemical peels or laser help with skin treatment. Meanwhile, temporary fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm and Radiesse emphasize the bone definition.
"Botox is also a critical part of the Markle glitter to eliminate lines around the forehead and eyes," he continued.
Aside from Markle's glow, a number also wanted to copy her nose and lips. The features of the future Royal are in demand for those who wanted to improve their appearance.
"Jenner's lip trend is officially over, thanks to Mrs. Markle," said Nick Milojevic, owner and clinical director of Milo Clinic. "Meghan has fantastic lips, they are natural, but fuller, and 201
Dr. Stephen Greenberg also admitted that more and more patients want to have the same nose as Prince Harry's fiancee. He also admitted that the Kardashians before Markle were the most popular celebrity cosmetics requests.
"The patients came to see me six months ago looking for Meghan Markle's nose," Dr. Stephen T. Greenberg opposite E! News. "As things began to warm up between her and Prince Harry, attention was definitely coming in. Today she's probably one of the best – if not the number one I get."
Prince Harry and Markle tie up Knot 19 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle in May. The wedding starts at 12 o'clock. British time (7 am EST). The bridal couple will leave after an hour for the horse carriage procession through the streets of Windsor.