Kate Middleton Bold Brows: Women Go Under The Knife To Look Like The Duchess
Kate Middleton and Cara Delevingne’s thick dark eyebrows are a craze among women currently. Women are spending millions of dollars to get “bold brows” like the British beauties.Advertisement
The on-trend brows statement-making eyebrows are sought after by women all over the world. And, to get the bold brows they are taking risk by getting plastic surgery, Celebrity Dirty Laundry reports.
All this is being done in bid to look like the model-turned-actress and the Duchess of Cambridge. Over $30 million dollars has been spent on eyebrow surgery to replicate the look of Kate Middleton, Cara Delevingne, Keira Knightley and their “power brows,” according to Mirror UK.
The hottest plastic surgery trend has been seen since last year. “Eyebrows have always been in fashion and currently there is a popular trend for fuller brows. Previously there was a trend for thin sculpted eyebrows and many people may have plucked their brows to keep up with this trend,” said Reza Nassab of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
She added that the eyebrow transplant is a risky procedure. However, royal fans have always followed the style of the 34-year-old like her wardrobe, to her hairstyle and even her makeup.
But, now it has gone beyond. After she married Prince William in their royal wedding in April 2011, Kate became a worldwide style icon and is always observed.
Bold brows are something that has been popularised by Keira Knightly and Cara. Kate herself was first spotted with the bold brows during the 75th anniversary of the Air Training Corps on Feb. 7.
From then on Kate Middleton has sported the bold brows. Previously her eyebrows were not as well-defined as now.
She has become the most influential royal of the British royal family. Is Queen Elizabeth watching? She will definitely not be pleased with Kate becoming the style icon instead of concentrating on her royal duties. The bold brow style is popular in the UK, will it also become popular among women in the U.S.?