So. Many. Brow. Trends. Because all of wants our eyebrows on point. We’ve seen feather brows, squiggle brows, and now… braided brows. Yes, that’s true. We’ve already got adapted to the wavy eyebrow look, but now we’ve come across another trend that is arguably even stranger. Forget simply braiding your hair, because people have now decided that they want braids on their actual eyebrows. I’m not even sure how such a thing came to be but all of us are doomed by this latest beauty trend.
It all started off when Eros Gomez, a 17-year-old makeup artist from Los Angeles, braided his eyebrows. Umm, not really, but an edited photo of one of his brows in a neat braid, he posted on Instagram recently is going viral.
Going rainbow already.
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He posted the final look on Instagram with the caption, “What the f*#%k are curvy brows? I only know braided brows! 😏 Follow me (@erosmua) for more! – Ps. This is totally a joke, Please dont take it seriously!!!! – The braid has been edited on since my brow hairs are not long enough to braid, believe me I tried 😂” He was sure to say that the photo was edited, but he says he still received backlash in the comments.
This looks incredible.
Before posting his picture on Instagram, Gomez tried actually braiding his brows. “I spent almost an hour using things like hair gel and spirit gum in an effort to braid my tiny brow hairs with no avail,” he told ‘Allure’. “Once I realized it wasn’t going to work, I decided to just edit the braid on.” But real or not, the trend seems to have caught on, with many other beauty bloggers digitally adding braids to their own brows.
To achieve the quirky look, all you need is an eyebrow pencil and some gel. Draw cross patterns onto your brows to resemble a plait. Set in place with the brow gel so the bold arches stay in place all day long. After that sprinkle the magic of Photoshop.
Such wacky beauty trends! If you loved this trend then I’d pray that may your fingers be swift, and your eyebrow hairs sturdy. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more such posts and you can also download our app to stay updated: Tell Me Nothing.