Princess Eugenie has darkened her brows [ITV]

Princess Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank today [Friday 12 October] at Windsor Castle.

And ahead of the big day Eugenie, who has slimmed down over the past year, has not only re-styled her tresses, but she has had her eyebrows done too.

The royal bride has naturally full brows, but in her recent interview with Ruth and Eamon Holmes ahead of the wedding, they looked somewhat darker and thicker in appearance.

While fellow royal Meghan Markle favours a natural-looking effortless brow, the ‘Audrey’ style, Eugenie’s are a little more groomed and longer.

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Princess Eugenie unveiled darker thicker browsPrincess Eugenie unveiled darker thicker brows [ITV]

Princess EugeniePrincess Eugenie often shows off her natural beauty [Getty]

Princess Eugenie unveiled the new style during her ITV interview where she showed off a natural radiant glow.

The daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew looked beautiful for the TV appearance, wearing dewy makeup with a subtle glow on her cheekbones and a pretty pink lip.

And she perfectly matched her brows to her new hair colour.

The 28 year old didn’t just have her brows treated – she’s also dyed her brunette locks a more reddish shade, a colour she has experimented with in the past.

Princess Eugenie has always had full browsPrincess Eugenie has always had full brows [Getty]

For the couple’s joint interview Eugenie styled her newly-dyed locks into elegant curls which rested just above her shoulders.

Eugenie’s decision to dramatically change her hair colour to an auburn shade is unknown. 



However, some believe she has decided to go for the auburn hue to match with her family as her mother and sister are both red heads.  


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