Experimenting is a good, positive thing. You get to learn new things and come up with discoveries that can change the entire course of nature. However, some experimentations go horribly wrong. They might not seem that way at the time or to some people, but in actuality, they should stay away from mankind and weddings altogether! Eyebrows are one of the most complicated part of your face. The way to shape them can impact your facial features and all of us go to great lengths to find that gifted person who can shape our eyebrows the correct way. While all this happens, there are some people out there who go to the next level… of bizarreness. They come up with trends that in no way can you face another person if you have followed them. Brace yourselves ladies and scroll down to see what you won’t be able to un-see!
I mean, what even? Why would anyone go to such great lengths to form a garden out of your eyebrows? The trend was started by Taylor Richard, a YouTube vlogger, which was then caught up by her fans and spread like fire. She used green liquid lipstick and cosmetic wax to make the base and then added real tiny multi-colored flowers with a tweezer. Her spring look for eyebrows inspired many to get garden eyebrows for the season.
This bizarre trend started off with the help of Photoshop. Yes, you read that right! People edited eyebrows in their old photos by splitting them and adding a fish tail to it. Like all the other trends, this too caught up and beauty vloggers in no time were setting up tutorials for the look.
This might not seem too bizarre after the first two, but nonetheless, it is. The beauty gods at Gypsy Shrine came up with this look by simply using an eyelash adhesive to glue the gems. You start by applying the bigger gem to the front, followed by smaller ones at the ends. You can play with as many colours as you like so you might also have fun doing this. Would you wear it to a wedding?
Diamonds actually fulfill their duties of being your best friend. This particular trend is not so bizarre and might even sound appropriate. The diamonds go at the outer edge of the eyebrow and is not done too over-the-tops so you might actually get away with it. Better than the garden and fishtail trend, to be honest!
Would you let yourself do injustice to your perfectly-shaped eyebrows just to follow a trend? Let us know in the comments below!