Prince Harry, 33, is engaged to Meghan Markle, 36, and an expert believes the actress has influenced his eyebrows routine.
The ginger royal has naturally pale, fine eyebrows, which blend in with his pale skin – but his brows look much darker in recent photos.
This was noticeable yesterday when Prince Harry was said to raise his eyebrows at Meghan following a performance by Liam Payne.
James Long, elite stylist at HD Brows, believes Harry has a treatment done to his eyebrows in order to change his appearance, which is particularly common among women.
He believes the royal has used a combination of shaping and colouring to give his brows a new, striking appearance.
“When it comes to Prince Harry’s beauty regime, he has kept things to a minimum. The changes that he has made to his eyebrows have gone fairly unnoticed, however when you compare recent pictures to those from a few years there is a difference.”
“The prince has kept his brows in a similar shape, but has opted for a slight tidy up using the tweezers, creating a cleaner but less obvious result than other hair removal techniques such as waxing or threading.”
“His brow style is very natural and textured, but the area in-between the brows and low on the lid have been tidied up to achieve a well-groomed look.”
While the tidying up has contributed to the change, James believes the biggest difference is from a change in Harry’s eyebrow colour achieved through dyeing.
“The biggest change in Harry’s brows is quite noticeably the colour,” explained the brow expert.
“Rather than opting for a bold tint, I believe he has instead introduced a colour-wash, a technique used within the HD Brows treatment where the tint is applied on the skin and is brushed through the brow to give the most natural looking finish.”
What’s more, James believes Harry’s makeover shows the influence of fianceé Meghan on his grooming routine.
“Harry’s change in brow grooming is reflective of Meghan’s- who also opts for a groomed but natural look.
“When it comes to her brows, Meghan already has a good shape, and sports a full and slightly angled brow to frame her face.”
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