Meghan Markle’s Favorite Perfumes Are Accessible Fragrances

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex might have been living an extraordinary life over the past few years, but the former senior member of the royal family comes from humble beginnings. Raised in California, Meghan began acting as a young woman, working her way up the ladder of success to achieve fame in a popular TV show.

Later, Meghan met and married Prince Harry of England, becoming a member of the royal family. These days, Meghan and her husband are back in California and are planning their next big career move, hobnobbing with Hollywood celebs and Disney executives. Still, when it comes to her choice of perfume, Meghan likes to keep it elegant.

Meghan Markle likes low-key beauty products

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Meghan rose to fame as an actress on Suits. As an up and coming star, she was often seen at red carpet events, dressed in the latest fashion. Unlike many other popular actresses, however, Meghan likes natural makeup and beauty products and prefers to let her freckles shine through rather than hiding them under heavy foundation.

Reportedly, Meghan reaches for simple products like lavender soap and cleansing cloths and even keeps her hair moisturized with a hair mask that can easily be found at any American drugstore. When it comes to her favorite perfumes, Meghan also prefers easily accessible picks that she can order from several popular online shops. 

Meghan Markle’s favorite Oribe fragrance

As a huge fan of fragrance, Meghan reportedly has four specific perfumes that she turns to on a regular basis to enhance her mood and stay smelling lovely and fresh.

According to Marie Claire, one of her favorites is from the brand Oribe, which is famous for its line of high-quality hair care products. The perfume is called Oribe Côte d’Azur Eau de Parfum and features notes of orange, jasmine, tuberose, and sandalwood.

According to Oribe: “The much-celebrated signature scent for our hair care line was created by one of the oldest French fragrance houses , providing us with the perfect foundation for a fine perfume. With its sun-drenched notes of Calabrian bergamot , white butterfly jasmine and sandalwood , Côte d’Azur embodies the glamour and heat of the legendary destination.”

The fragrance can be found on several websites, including the Oribe platform, and can be purchased for the relatively inexpensive price of $105. 

Wild Bluebell Cologne is one of Meghan Markle’s go-to perfumes

Jo Malone London is an iconic brand with a wide variety of products, from home decor pieces to body care. The company also manufactures not one, but two of Meghan’s favorite perfumes.

One of those fragrances is called London Wild Bluebell Cologne. With notes of bluebell and white musk, the fragrance is priced at $142 for a 3.4 ounce bottle.

Jo Malone London manufactures two of Meghan Markle’s favorite scents

Meghan also loves another fragrance by Jo Malone London, titled Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne. The fragrance is described as being “lively, spirited, and totally joyful” and features notes of sea salt, sage, and ambrette seeds. At $142 for a bottle, this fragrance is slightly more of a splurge, but still well within many people’s fragrance budget. The one-ounce bottle is $72.

Bvlgari Blv Ii by Bvlgari is one of Meghan Markle’s perfume picks

Finally, Meghan reportedly reaches for Bvlgari BLV II when she wants to smell especially luxurious. With notes of violet, anise, and mandarin, the fragrance is intensely floral and deeply luxurious — but at just under two hundred dollars, it is an affordable luxury.

The perfume can be found at a variety of online retailers, including Amazon, although there’s no word on where exactly Markle stocks up on hers. 

From navigating the royal family to landing deals with Disney, Meghan has done some amazing things lately, but one thing that has remained consistent in her life is her taste for accessible, affordable fragrances.