There’s no doubt that Kate Middleton, aka the Duchess of Cambridge, will go down in the history books as one of the most famous beauty icons of all time.

And while she’s always had a good pair of brows on her, maintaining a classic shape since her wedding in 2011, the royal’s arches have been looking exceptional lately.

Stepping out on the red carpet of the new James Bond movie premiere in September 2021, we’d go as far to say her defined brows have never looked better.

To get the low-down on how she keeps them looking so good, we asked two eyebrow experts to give us their insight into Kate’s brows – and while they have never worked on the duchess, they were able to speculate on some of her beauty secrets.

"Kate's brows look fabulous and dressed for the occasion," says Vanita Parti MBE, CEO and founder of Blink Brow Bar, of the duchess's recent beauty look. "She has created a clearly defined shape, and the brows have been filled in to create depth, length and a striking oval arch shape to lift the cheek bones."

"I love Kate's brows,” says Sherrille Riley, founder of Nails & Brows Mayfair. "Her style is so effortless and her brows mirror this.

“I admire her for consistency; she has remained consistent with her brows over the years and hasn't really followed brow trends. This shows confidence in her natural beauty and style.”

In terms of maintenance, Sherrille speculates: "I believe Kate gets her brows professionally tidied on a monthly basis to maintain the natural shape, and she uses brow makeup and tools to enhance them for special occasions."

Has Kate Middleton had brow lamination?

On the aforementioned red carpet, the duchess’s brows looked a little fuller and more brushed-up than usual. “Brow lamination is the best way to create this effect as it straightens and lifts the brows and gives them staying power,” Vanita confirms.

However, Sherrille thinks it’s unlikely that Kate has actually had the brow lamination treatment.

"I don’t think that Kate has had brow lamination and I wouldn't recommend it for her, as it looks too editorial and [perhaps] not fitting for a duchess,” she says.

“I would instead recommend The Brow Lift Treatment [£105 at Nails & Brows Mayfair], a natural looking version to the overly brushed-up brow look. I would also recommend microblading for Kate’s brows, to add colour, thickness and definition."

What does Kate Middleton use on her eyebrows?

For her wedding day in 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge turned to bridal beauty experts Bobbi Brown to help her create her look – famously applying her makeup herself on her big day.

It’s thought that she’s long been a fan of the brand’s Dark Brow Kit, £35 here, for filling in her arches and adding definition. So, what else do our experts think she uses on the regular?

"Kate's brows look as if they have been lengthened and defined with a good precise brow pencil to create hairline strokes,” says Vanita of her recent red carpet appearance. “They have been swept up with a good brow gel to give them lift, and to ensure they stay put for the evening."

Sherrille adds that Kate probably uses a brow spoolie, a pencil or pomade, clear setting gel, and a pair of good quality tweezers for an "in-between brow tidy at-home."

If you’re as big a fan of the Duchess of Cambridge’s arches as we are, we’ve handpicked a few products to help you recreate her brow look…

Bobbi Brown Dark Brow Kit, £35 here

The aforementioned Dark Brow Kit contains two shades of powder and a mini angled brush to help you create a graduated, shaded look.

BBB London Ultra Slim Brow Definer, £17 here

This skinny pencil is ideal for defining and filling in sparser brows for a sculpted look worthy of a duchess. Nourishing, waterproof, smudgeproof and a vegan formula to boot.

Beauty Edit Mayfair Brow Styler, £18 here

A good spoolie is an absolute must in every makeup wearer’s kit for brow grooming and shaping purposes.

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