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Eyebrows Get Weird In 2017

Britsy Madrid, Author

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Makeup has always been a big thing, but throughout the makeup world there have been many changes, from red lipstick and thin eyebrows to shimmery highlight and nude lips. Nowadays a lot happens on social media, and the biggest trend is eyebrows, where several styles are gaining in popularity.

Let’s start with feather eyebrows. Feather eyebrows were started by Stella Sironen, who has 83,000 followers on her Instagram @stella.s.makeup. How did all this happen? Well, one day Sironen did her eyebrows like a feather and posted a picture of it. Sironen didn’t expect it to go viral — in fact, on the picture description she jokingly wrote, “So I am starting this new brow trend, please recreate and wear it every day, and don’t forget to tag me, like and subscribe and hit that bell button.” But apparently people didn’t get that joke, and it did go viral.

The next eyebrows were created by beauty blogger Promise Tamang. She was inspired by a picture of eyebrows that were Photoshopped into squiggly eyebrows, and Tomang decided to recreate them. She posted the picture on her Instagram and captioned it, “I’m always experimenting and trying different makeup looks on my social media.” This also went viral.

The next trend is braided eyebrows. This was started by 17-year-old Eros Gomez. Like the other two girls, she posted this picture on her Instagram, writing “What the f%#! Are curvy eyebrows? I only know braided brows! The braid has been edited since my brow hairs aren’t long enough to braid, believe me I tried.” Even though the braid was edited, people still tried to recreate this look, either by editing the braid in their own eyebrows or drawing a braid.

The last type are McDonald’s eyebrows, started by Huda Kattan, who started by covering her eyebrows with glue and then putting powder over the glue, followed by foundation. After covering up her eyebrows, she drew an upside down “U” in her eyebrows making them look like the McDonald’s logo. If you are curious about the final result, go to YouTube and look up McDonald’s eyebrows by Huda Kattan. Many beauty bloggers also followed her example.

Despite their trending popularity, many people wouldn’t jump on this train for anything.

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  1. A Leech Named Sue on October 3rd, 2017 10:14 pm

    wow. this is pretty high-brow. you really combed thru the details.

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