If it's not about her bangs, then it's about the eyebrows.
On February 7th, the Duchess of Cambridge attended the 75th anniversary of the Royal Air Force Cadets service at the RAF St. Clement Danes chapel.
This marked Catherine's first engagement as Honorary Air Commandant, a patronage handed over to her by the Duke of Edinburgh, who served as Air Commodore-In-Chief for 63 years.
However, the focus was less on the exciting new role (Prince William is a retired RAF Search-and-Rescue pilot), but on her eyebrows.
I've been waxing my eyebrows since the tender age of 12 (it was necessary, trust me), so I know a thing or two about how their shape affects one's overall "look.
However, to point out Catherine's (which, IMO, look perfectly fine) is a serious grasp for straws.
The Daily Mail accuses Catherine's of looking waxy and "over-filled," which makes the skin "around the eyes look hollow and saggy," and emphasizes "crow's feet and under-eye shadows."
The DM, always kind when it comes to a lady's appearance, claims that Catherine has be "so concerned about having thin, patchy eyebrows" that she bought Bobbi Brown's "Brow Kit" ($48) back in 2012 to fill them out and "emphasize her green eyes."
Natalie Plain, founder of the Billion Dollar Brows, told the Mail that Catherine used "way too much brow make-up without blending," and that they distracted people from her "fine delicate features."
I'm sure Her Royal Highness has taken your critiques into account, and will review them at her 10-bedroom mansion where she resides with her two beautiful children and dashing husband (who's a prince, FYI).
That is, after she oversees the installment of a tennis court in her backyard.