How to Have Kate Middleton Eyebrows

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Ever since Pretty Pretty Princess was played, dressing up in jewels made you feel worthy of the throne. Years later, you realized it took a little more than a crafty crown and plastic pearls. Luckily, the Duchess of Cambridge is a beauty role model and imitating her look doesn’t require a lucky board game landing. Besides her impeccable fashion sense, Kate Middleton has the best brows on the block. Getting these face framers at home can be a part of your everyday makeup routine.

  • Tweezers
  • Eyebrow Shadow
  • Angled Eyebrow Brush
  • Clear Eyebrow Gel
  • Spoolie Brush

1 Tweeze any stray hairs below your natural shape

Tweeze any stray hairs below your natural shape. Do not pluck above the eyebrow. Keep them as thick and full as possible.

2 Brush

Brush your brows upward and outward with a spoolie to define and polish the shape.

3 Select an eyebrow shadow

Select an eyebrow shadow two shades darker than your natural hair color. Kate uses a dark brown.

4 Using your angled brush

Using your angled brush, apply quick hair-like strokes throughout the entire brow, focusing on any thin spots. Kate’s shape is fuller and rounder throughout the center and tapers off about three quarters towards her temples.

5 Apply a clear eyebrow gel

Apply a clear eyebrow gel to hold the hairs in place.

  • Do not over-pluck as eyebrow hairs are difficult to grow back and will sometimes appear as bald spots.

Los Angeles-based writer Elana Kluner has been writing internationally since 2008. Her work has been published in M2Women Magazine, DANZ Quarterly, Central leader, Western Leader, The Other Duck and Spa Violet. Kluner graduated with a Bachelor's degree in creative writing from Auckland University of Technology and studied fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.