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Kate Middleton Did Her Own Bridal Make-up

It is common knowledge that the newly married Duchess of Cambridge, aka the former Kate Middleton, eschews expensive make-up artists.  Indeed, she definitely prefers do her own make-up.

Kate did her own make-up for the official photographs taken for her engagement to Prince William back in November and she did her make-up on her wedding day.

The new wife of Prince William reportedly has taken make-up lessons from esteemed expert Arabella Preston.  As a result, Kate has developed her own customized look including a love of black eyeliner to make her beautiful eyes pop.

Make-up gurus around the world were impressed that the new Princess was willing to take on her make-up for her wedding day since billions of people were watching and analyzing her every move.

Obviously it was not the time for Kate to get crazy with her make-up, not that she would since she is know for favoring fresh, modern, and natural palettes.

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