Other than Tom Cruise, at the London premiere of Top Gun: Maverick undisputed fame was Kate Middleton. We don’t blame the American star, who returned to the role of Pete Mitchell 36 years after the first time, but when the Duchess of Cambridge appeared alongside the actor and her husband William, we had a moment asked if it was the red carpet in London. or canes.
Kate Middleton, a modern and impactful hairstyle
Middleton amazed with a super contemporary beauty look, especially in terms of hairstyle, very different from those we have become accustomed to over the years. Putting aside the curls, fluffy style and elaborate harnesses, she showed perfectly straight hair worthy of Ariana Grande And Doua Lipa, but quite natural, at least in appearance.
Straight hair and XXL lengths, indeed, are one of the favorite combinations of Gen Z girls, ruled by the midline as the Duchess did. The side one, indeed, seems decidedly out for celebrities born between the late 90s and the first decade of the 2000s, and boys love it too. A more relaxed hair look, based on an even distribution of volumes, easy to achieve even for those who do not have great dexterity with brushes and hair dryers.
To accompany the hairstyle, the long dress signed Roland Mouret: an essential mermaid line in perfect harmony with the hairstyle chosen by Kate and with her slender figure.
Discreet eyeliner and lipstick, two great classics
No revolution, however, on the make-up side. Kate Middleton remains faithful to the eyeliner, always (and always) present in her beauty bag, and to a discreet lipstick. For the red carpet Top Gun: Maverick he chose a peachy shade with a creamy texture, as he did on May 18 at a garden party at Buckingham Palace. However, her eyebrows, brushed and impeccably shaped, were noticed, so much so that it is believed that Kate Middleton also resorted to rolling to show precise and defined arches and classic fluffy effect given by this treatment, nicknamed the “eyebrow lift”.
The new Kate, has never looked so beautiful
The rest, on the other hand, is a small revolution, which actually started when the Duchess turned 40, last January. Since then, Kate Middleton has looked different, brighter and more contemporary. Small adjustments, rolled eyebrows, to more lively looks, often studied according to the color palette (it’s spring and for the past few months she’s been much more attached to this art of showing off, even if she’s not a slave to it).
The others play the role the conscious certainty of having conquered a decisive place within the royal family, and maturity. The Duchess is at the height of her beauty today more than yesterday, and dares because she is sure of herself; she no longer needs a retro hairstyle to feel part of the system. He did, there is no doubt.
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