Tricky trends sometimes overhaul the trend chart ending up at a pessimistic note. But, it’s the younger generation today, emerged in large with experiments and discoveries not fixing up with anything monotonous for a long run. Where British Vogue has brought back the 90s razor-thin eyebrows featuring Rihanna on the cover, the top brow shapes in trend this year sums up with textured brow. It’s all about creating dimension with fullness regardless of sticking up to a particular shape. Celebrity faces such as Margot Robbie, Zoe Kravitz and Hailee Steinfeld are high on this textured brow pack notified in this year’s Awards Season. Fine – tipped brow pencil is the one playing the mega role in micro feathering and a clear setting gel makes it look more wow.
But down the lane of social media interfaces, ‘Feather Brows’ have ranked up to a whole new level narrowing down the trend for big and bushy eyebrows. The bird feathers are the unique inspiration which has made this new experimentation and creativity say, “EVERYONE is doing it now!” Adding glitter, with varieties of eyeliner styles such as neat cat, natural style, winged, daring style, double winged, short flicked, droopy look, heavy bottom, dramatic style, etc. makes the “feather brows do” look more exciting. Try it all as many you tube tutorials are coming up with this tricky hack in pop colors, pastels, shimmers, coloring, bejeweling, highlighting and other attractive ways too. Beauty bloggers are also even flocking to this new buzz in the fashion market because there is something literally extremely beautiful about shapes.
The pioneer of this queer trend is Finnish makeup artist Stella Sironen and this whole story was pitched by her friend Leevi for dreaming up the avian look while brushing her brows. Too much extent this innovation is appreciated by the leading mass and to the surprise of the naysayers, the feather brows seem to be catching on with some solid attempts , inclusive of a gilded version that’s like the swole Drake to Dior Spring 2014’s pre-weight training program Drake.