The days of having bold, defined brows are slowly coming to an end, and we can’t wait to usher in the latest brow trend: feathery eyebrows. Feathery brows are making their way off the runway and onto the faces of many celebs, beauty editors, and beauty gurus – and it has no plans of leaving anytime soon.
Defined, bold brows can sometimes look too angular or over-filled, which is the complete opposite of this trend. The purpose of feathery brows is to create more natural-looking brows that still frame the face.
Renowned brow artist Kristie Streicher is also an avid supporter of the trend and uses it to revolutionize the look of her clients’ brows. Her celebrity clients include Sarah Paulson and Kiernan Shipka who all sport feathery brows created by Streicher.
And for those of us who absolutely hate having to make appointments for eyebrow waxing and threading, this trend will be music to your ears. That’s because unruliness and imperfect brows are welcomed. It emphasizes the natural, relaxed look.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t blessed with full brows. So filling in my brows has always been kind of necessary for me. I’ve never really been a fan of overly drawn-on brows – to me, they look too harsh. That’s why I fell in love with this trend.
It combines the best of both worlds: full brows that still look natural and untouched by makeup. And as someone who appreciates natural beauty, but also loves makeup, you can’t get much better than that!
The key to this look is simplicity. Once you adjust to the more relaxed, feathery look, you’ll wonder why you spent so much time grooming and filling in your brows. See how YouTuber Nikkie Deroest achieves feathery brows with just a few simple steps and products.
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