Kate Garraway is somebody that is always up for trying out new trends, most recently trying out the new 'halo brow' on Good Morning Britain. Created by 16-year-old beauty blogger Hannah Lynne, the beauty look is created by connecting the brow tails together. "It apparently makes you look heavenly, it's the new, trendy eyebrow," Kate said as she sat in the makeup chair. After the look had been applied on Kate, she shared the video of the process on her Instagram account, captioning it: "#Halobrows – apparently the latest #trend in #eyebrows – I'm not convinced! What do you think?!! #Makeuptutorial #fashion."
Kate Garraway tried out the new 'halo brow' trend
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Fans of Kate were divided by her new look, with one saying: "Must be a joke. It must be 1 April?!", while another said: "I’d like to think it won't catch on." Loose Women panellist, Linda Robson, added: "Beautiful as you are, don't need it." Kate recently told HELLO! that she likes to have fun with style, branding herself the "bravest" out of the GMB crew. She said of her stylist Debbie Harper: "She does know I'm the bravest, because she'll offer it to the others and they'll be like 'Oh, no' and she'll go 'Let's try Kate, she's up for everything.'"
The GMB star wasn't convinced by the new look
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Kate, 50, also told HELLO! what advice she would give her younger self, revealing that she would definitely "worry less" about things that aren’t important. "It's funny because you think you'd say to your younger self, why were you worrying about things that actually, as you get older, you realise aren't important," she said. "Not thinking that split ends were the end of the world, because it's going to get a lot worse! Teenage spots and split ends – tiny part of it!" she said. "In every age of life there are things that trouble you and in a way, I feel like there are loads of things that I could have done better, but I'm not sure what I would change, because otherwise I wouldn't be where I am now."