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Kate Middleton stepped out on to the red carpet at the No Time To Die looking every inch the stunning Bond girl.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s sequin look stole the show and racked up possibly more column inches than the film’s star Daniel Craig and his costars.
The verdict that Kate looked absolutely stunning was unanimous as beauty experts and royal fans alike poured praise onto the 39-year-old crediting her stylish look from head to toe.
From the flawless bejewelled Jenny Packham dress to the bronzed make up and chic up do, every aspect of the royal’s ensemble has been given the stamp of approval.
Some reports have suggested that Kate may have drawn inspiration from her sister in law, Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle when it came to certain aspects of the look.
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Make-up artist Laura Kay told Femail that Kate has changed the way she treats her brows and has opted for the popular brow lamination as favoured by Meghan.
“Kate appears to have used a soft pencil to build up her brows to achieve a lamination effect and brushed with a powder to add extra dimension”, said make up artist Laura.
Laura also explained that to match her dazzling outfit, the royal has "moved away from her signature make-up look"- swapping up her flushed rosy cheeks and matte pink lip in favour of a more bronzed look.
“She has embraced golden bronze and brown hues to match her outfit. Her brows are bushier like we see with Cara Delevingne, or perhaps it is a clever nod to ancient history when women used to express their power and wealth by showcasing their eye-brows.”
Kate has undergone quite the brow transformation through the years and now rocks a much fluffier and natural brow.
Fans first took notice of her thicker brows during Kate's wedding to Prince William in 2011, where her eyebrows were straighter and thicker than ever before.
When Kate was younger her brows were much more tapered at the ends which suggests she may have been growing them out after over-plucking them.
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