Remember when all you required to join the brow trend bandwagon was a bushy or contoured brow? The strange brow trends that have emerged this year range from squiggles on your face to a variety of colors; these are some incredibly daring looks. Would you be brave enough to try any of them?
1. Squiggly or wavey brows
From Instagram beauty influencers to the runway, this strange trend has been spotted everywhere. Those who don’t have Cara Delevingne’s good looks might think it’s impossible for you to pull this off. What about you? It kind of appears as though your brows are fleeing from you.
2. Light brows
Your brows will resemble a feather plume when they are styled in the vaseline-infused bushy trend. The splayed appearance was invented by a blogger from Finland. Top part brushed up, bottom part is brushed down… not suitable for those with thin skin or hearts!
With this trend, which involves some upward brushing, Vaseline can also be helpful. Fans of “Game of Thrones” might be intrigued by this one. It also kind of makes us think of a picket fence. Instead of wearing this outfit on a first date, perhaps save it for Halloween.
4. Rainbow eyebrows
With this striking, Coachella-inspired trend, why not support LGBTQ rights or wear bright colors? Play with colors that go with your skin tone, eye color, or hair color to give each segment of your eyebrows a different color. Add color with semi-permanent dyes or pigmented eyeshadow!
5. Lightened brows
Do you find invisibrows to be appealing? This will annoy people who adore having thick, dark brows. This look has been tried by models and celebrities for a while, and it appears very differently on people with different skin tones. Would you try this trend, like Miley Cyrus and Amber Rose did?
6. Brow foil
This style, which is very similar to metallic brows, can either become very editorial or very ratchet. In most cases, if you’re not a trained makeup artist, the latter. In essence, all you have to do is cut out your own brow shape from foil and adhere it to your eyebrow with eyelash glue. To be safe, we advise choosing the Face Lace ones.
7. Three brows
Why wear just two brows when you can have six? This very 1980s style looks striking on a bare face and immediately adds depth to a makeup look. In essence, two half-length, ombre tails are drawn beneath your actual brows because more brows are always preferable.
8. Metallized eyebrows
eyebrow art or costume? If your brows are sparse, you can either cover them with a metallic brow stencil or line them with a metallic mascara or brow brush and look like an extraterrestrial Tinkerbell. Would you choose gold or silver?
9. Barbed wire eyebrows
This expression sweeps some brow hairs upward and downward, simulating the jagged, splayed appearance of barbed wire. Leo DiCaprio can be seen sporting this spiky look that makeup artist Athena Paginton created.
10. Slender brows
Evidently, this is also known as “smoky brows.” Thick brows are essentially stenciled by an outline resembling that of a smokey eye. Some might argue that it looks too much like stenciled street art, but without that clear boundary, things could quickly turn raccoon.
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