We've written ad nasuem on this beauty topic, and we're NOT done yet.
We were ready to trim our own brows this morning, and then we stopped our brow-challenged self.
Stop plucking! And trimming!
A famous makeup artist by the name of Sandy Linter told us a couple of times during interviews, that if you want to know the correct brow shape and size, then look at the faces of the models on the runway or in magazines. And by the way, here are a few models from the Fall 2014 runways.
As is quite telling, full brows are STILL where it's at!
|Model at Diane Von Furstenberg, Fall 2014|
|Model Karlie Kloss at Jason Wu, Fall 2014|
Model at Stella McCartney, Fall 2014
Do Not look to Hollywood for the L.A. brow Sandy said, because that trend features a very thin, highly arched brow that looks AGING on women.
And Sandy makes sense.
Let's take Pam Anderson. The Baywatch beauty had women reaching for their tweezers + scissors to copy that L.A. brow, back in the 90's.
And Pam is still rockin' the barely there, penciled in brow. When you wax or remove that much brow, it's HARD to grow it back:
And if you need a little help, visit Sephora. They offer a nice range of brow makeup essentials.