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In the 80’s, Brooke Shield became our poster child for thick eyebrows. We wanted our brows to be full and natural. Then the trend changed to skinny, over-plucked, penciled eyebrows. I’m so happy that this last trend evolved and changed back to full, luscious eyebrows!
This spring and summer, expect to see alot of thick full eyebrows. I’m not going to lie to you, getting the result may be difficult but it’s doable thanks to the correct regimen! First, make sure you are taking care of your eyebrows to make the hair grow thicker and stronger. Secondly, if you correct your own eyebrows, just tweeze the hairs at the bottom. And last, forget tweezing every single unwanted little hair!
In the image is shown eyebrow makeup from Bottega Veneta, Emilio Pucci, Giorgio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Versace makeup artists.
A strong trend that was also seen on the Spring Summer 2015 runways where thick brows, emphasized by the use of pencils for a graphic, at times wild, effect . The fashion house Prada presented an interesting alternative to the usual thick eyebrows – full eyebrows, accentuated at the top with an eyebrow pencil in a darker shade.
How should you pick the right hue for your eyebrows? According to Anastasia, the eyebrow Guru ,“If you have light eyebrows, go one shade darker than your hair, and if you have dark eyebrows, you go one shade lighter.” Then, pick the correct undertone. “If you have a cool undertone, you should use a product with an ashy color.” “If you have warm undertone, you should do with something more golden.” Her tips are simple but effective if followed.
Did I mention how much I love this trend?
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