The natural bristles allow you to generate the right amount of tautness to smooth and straighten the hair, while a simple flick of the wrist will
create the up-turned ends that are signature to Kate’s look.
Alternately, for those who can’t quite master the blow-and-brush technique, there’s always allowing the hair to dry naturally and using a flat iron to turn up the ends. Just remember to start about halfway along the
hair’s length, work with small sections and slices, and loosely wrap the hair around the iron after you’ve grasped the mid-point in the plates, then left the hair slide through the iron to give that smooth, defined curl.
Other Hair Grooming:
The other notable feature Kate Middleton has is her eyes, and those eyes are made the focal point of her face by well-groomed brows. Her brows are groomed to have only a mild curve, rather than a sharper arch, and she has them
shaped to a heavier look toward the inside of the face. This has the effect of drawing the focus of the eye inward on her face and making the face appear somewhat smaller.
The outer ends of the brows are slowly tapered and help to open up the perimeter of the face, reinforcing the “closeness” of the features created by the heavier inside regions. In various photos, Kate can be seen with
her brows tapered more severely, but the most recent show a more natural look.