The beauty item Meghan Markle uses for flawless foundation has a massive discount!

Meghan Markle uses this tool religiously when applying her make-up, and it's credited with helping her achieve her stunning glow

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at Tupou College on October 26, 2018 in Nuku'alofa, Tonga. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on their official 16-day Autumn tour visiting cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
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One of Meghan Markle's essential beauty tools has just been reduced in price, so if you're keen to emulate the Duchess' glowing skin, we'd recommend snapping it up! 

From Meghan Markle's hair to her philanthropy, style, and confidence, there are many things we admire about the Duchess. She's also known for her fabulously flawless complexion, which glows whether she's out running errands in California, or attending a formal event with Prince Harry.

Luckily for us, before becoming a royal, the Duchess actually revealed one of the tricks to her impeccable foundation. She explained that she loves using the cult beauty tool - Beautyblender. For those looking to imitate Meghan's look, the expert make-up applicator is actually on sale, with 15% off in the SpaceNK Cyber Monday deal.


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The Original Beautyblender is a make-up bag essential - not only does it ensure the smooth application of your best foundation (opens in new tab) or concealer, it's also got a contoured tip, guaranteeing precision as you put together your look.

Long before her marriage to Prince Harry, and her time as a working royal, Meghan confessed to Birchbox (opens in new tab) that she uses the nifty pink sponge religiously, for a blemish-free but natural-looking complexion.

She revealed, "Only apply foundation to the spots you need it and spread it with a Beautyblender Original."

Sharing how she uses the sponge, the former actress said, "I never want to cover my freckles, so I’ll just do a ‘wash’ of foundation in certain sections, instead of over the entire face."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry depart after visiting Nechells Wellbeing Centre on March 8, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

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The Beautyblender is ideal for this kind of minimal application - if you want to simply cover a few 'problem' areas, your blender will allow you to effortlessly blend foundation. Or, if you want to go for a full face of make-up, it can also help you to blend, contour, and cover to your heart's content. Using some of the best foundation brushes in tandem will also help to create an expert look.

The Beautyblender is designed to be used wet - in fact, this is the key to achieving that dewy make-up look we all envy. All you need to do is run it under the tap, squeeze out the excess water, and then apply your product to either your face or to the blender itself, and dab on. 

And don't panic if your sponge expands in size when you get it wet for the first time, it should generally increase to twice its original size.

Meghan Markle

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Meghan is known to prefer a natural make-up look despite going for a more dramatic look for various high-profile events, day-to-day, the 41-year-old tends to opt for sleek, understated make-up that highlights her natural features.

In fact, her former make-up artist Lydia F. Sellers revealed to Refinery29 back in 2018, "Every time I'd do her makeup, she'd say, 'Can we just make sure my freckles are peeking through? I don't want a ton of foundation.'"

"It was more about the amount of product that went on her skin and keeping it really fresh and dewy, rather than caking it on."

There are many other secrets to the Duchess of Sussex's flawless beauty - including these Meghan Markle skincare secrets, but for now, you can replicate her look with this easy - and discounted - purchase! 

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.