The list of things we love about Meghan Markle is ever-growing, but near the top are definitely her eyebrows. Since becoming a fully fledged member of the royal family, Meghan’s brows have undergone a transformation and we are here for it. Her look is subtle, natural and can be easily recreated at home on a whole host of different brow styles. So, here are our top tips to get eyebrows fit for a princess.
Meghan’s eyebrow shape
Meghan’s brow stylist, Sherrille Riley of Nails & Brows Mayfair, revealed that the inspiration behind the iconic eyebrow look is Audrey Hepburn. In fact, the brow treatment she regularly pops in for is called ‘The Audrey’. In a recent interview with the Evening Standard, Riley explained how to create Meghan’s eyebrow shape:
“The style is designed to keep the brows full and straight, with the tail end gradually tapering off almost horizontally with a neat little upwards end. The shape really lifts the eyes open, creating a natural, modern look.”
It’s actually a brow shape that can be recreated on most people, but we wouldn’t recommend attempting a DIY job. When opting for a new eyebrow shape, it’s important to make sure that it perfectly flatters your face shape and if it doesn’t, you can look at ways to make it work for you. That’s why it’s really important to leave your brows in the hands of a professional – just like Meghan!
How to get Meghan’s eyebrow look
If you’d rather fake your way to Meghan’s signature look with the help of make up, our Lead Brow Stylist Jamie Long, shares his top tips:
“Meghan has a classic shape that opens her eye area and perfectly compliments her features. She wears her brows with a little definition but nothing too much. She’ll use a brow pencil similar to the Brow Define to create a light powder finish with the precision of a pencil. This look can be achieved on even the most sparse brows, creating an effortless finish. Be sure to visit your local HD Brows stylist with some pictures of Meghan to get the must have look.”
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