Dear Kate Middleton:
Good luck in your wedding to Prince William.
You're going to need it......because every move you make, every hairstyle, lip gloss, hat, gown, and even the socks you might wear on an off day, will be critiqued.
The eyes of the world are upon you, as your big day approaches April 29th.
We happen to think the pretty brunette princess-to-be hasn't missed a step yet. Kate Middleton is perfectly groomed. Just look at the photo snapped of the young British beauty wowing the crowds in Northern Ireland earlier this week.
Then imagine our horror, when we heard one beauty magazine suggesting 29-year-old Kate Middleton have a make-over before her wedding day. The so-called beauty experts suggested these 3 beauty I-Do's:
1. Hair extensions.
2. Veneers for a more perfect smile.
3. Lip plumping injections to give the princess-to-be a fuller upper lip.
Are you kidding us?!
Kate Middleton has one of the healthiest, glossiest heads of hair around. And according to the U.K.'s Mirror News, Kate is loyal to one: "Kate owes her luscious locks to regular trips to Chelsea hairdresser Richard Ward. She’s been going to his salon for five years for a £105 cut and blow-dry." That's about $165 in U.S. dollars.
Her makeup is always just right. Kate brings a fresh, modern approach and style to the monarchy. Her makeup is polished and not over-done. Even her eyebrows are natural and perfect.
As far as her royal smile goes, it is lovely and real. No, she doesn't need veneers. Her teeth are white and nicely shaped for her mouth. And her lips are fine. She doesn't need an exaggerated upper lip. How silly is that? There is nothing wrong with a nice set of average-sized lips.
What's there not to love about the newly engaged Kate Middleton?! At age 29, she certainly does NOT need a beauty makeover.
Will Kate Middleton become the fashion and beauty legend that so many people adored in Princess Diana??
We think Kate can definitely set some royal trends.
In the meantime.....enough with the hair extensions, veneers, and lip plumping ideas. Let the princess-to-be, just 'be.'