Meghan copied her eyebrow look from famous Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn on the special day, which was brilliantly recreated by the makeup artist.
Ms Tamang’s even managed to get the Duchess of Sussex’s freckles spot on as she recreated the iconic Royal Wedding look.
The makeup blogger used a selection of products to recreate the look, including a nose and scar wax to lengthen her nose.
Once the Ms Tamang had finished the makeup she completed the look by wearing a tiara and veil and recreated the elegant updo Megan flaunted at her wedding.
One the special day, Meghan kept her makeup look glowing, classic and natural.
Caroline Barnes, Max Factor UK Makeup Ambassador, told Express.co.uk Meghan’s make-up was an extension of Duchess of Sussex’s belief in women’s empowerment.
She said: “It was the epitome of modernity. She has taken it on to another level.”
Ms Barnes added: “Most brides have a plethora of make-up in their make-up bags but she looks absolutely, beautifully natural.”
The makeup ambassador said: “She’s obviously spent a lot of time making sure that her skin looks really really beautiful in order to make her base look very sheer.
“I can’t really see any foundation, her skin is flawless as in completely flawless. It takes a lot of confidence to do that.”
She added: “It screams confidence. Be confident with who you are is the message.
“It’s wonderful, this whole kind of women empowerment, being confident in who you are, it speaks volumes with the way she looks today.”
Meghan also wore a stunning diamond tiara designed for Queen Mary on the day she married Prince Harry.
The beautiful detailed diamond tiara was loaned to Meghan to her by the Queen.
The Diamond Bandeau tiara was specifically made for the Queen’s grandmother Queen Mary in 1932 to accommodate the detachable brooch, which was given to Mary as a wedding present in 1893 by the County of Lincoln.