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Copy Kate Middleton’s Bold Brows & Dark Eye Makeup At Remembrance Day

Mon, November 9, 2015 11:00am EDT by 1 Comment
Kate Middleton Remembrance Day Makeup
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Kate Middleton kept her beauty look reserved for Remembrance Day with bold brows and dark eye makeup covered by a veiled hat. Find out how you can copy the Duchess’ classic beauty look.

Kate Middleton showed us a classic beauty look that can work for any occasion, while she attended the annual Remembrance Day service in London on November 8, which honors those who died while serving in the armed forces. With her bright remembrance poppies pinned to her otherwise all-black ensemble, the Duchess’ simple makeup and wavy blowout was the perfect understated beauty combination for the somber occasion.

The eye-focused makeup look means all you need for the rest of your face is a light base, pink blush and lip primer to give your lips a smooth and conditioned finish. Since the half veil covered Kate’s eyes, she created a darker look than usual to keep her eyes defined.

For her bold brows, if you need some help with adding more color and fullness to your arches, use Eyeko’s Brow Boost. The tiny tube contains natural fibers to instantly boost brows, plus vitamins B and E to promote brow growth. If you just need a light tint and brush in place, Eyeko Brow Gel combs the hairs into place and conditions them with ingredients like keratin.

Kate Middleton’s Remembrance Day Makeup — Copy Her Classic Look

To simplify Kate’s eye makeup, use Eyeko Me And My Shadow Waterproof Shadow Liner in Chocolate across your eyelid. The easy-to-use shadow stick lets your draw the color right on, and use the brush on the other side to blend the color for an instant smokey effect. Then, lightly line your upper and lower lashline with Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes Waterproof Eyeliner in Matte Black, blending it out to keep it from getting to dark.

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Will you be copying Princess Kate’s latest look?

— Marissa DeSantis