Our eyebrows make up a significant part of our beauty regimens, whether you thread, tweeze, microblade, microshade, tint, laminate, wax, or leave them to their natural beauty. There are a wealth of treatments and procedures for our brows, helping us express our style and aesthetic.
As is traditional for this time of year, experts have been predicting the coming trends for 2022, and it looks like statement brows are here to stay, and we’ll be going bigger, more natural, and eschewing our arches. Let’s have a look at some predictions for the new year.
As seen on the likes of Kendall Jenner and Zoë Kravitz, this style, which originates in Korea, consists of fuller brows with a minimal arch, and tail that subtly drops at the end.
To get this look, you need to abandon the arch. Go to the end of your eyebrow, neat the tail, and tweeze off the hairs that go downward to make your brows appear straighter. Just beware not to take too much off. Your eyebrows should still have a good length across your eye.
Musician Solange Knowles was sporting less defined brows at The 2020 Met Gala, and this natural brow trend will be popular in the coming year. It’s about sticking to your natural shape, with a slightly more defined look - not too skinny, and not that thick, minimalist and simple.
To achieve this, remove all the stray hairs, including thickness throughout the brow right to the tail and a slight arch — so nothing exaggerated. A slant tweezer will give the best results, as the flat edge can be easily angled to run parallel to the skin, to enable you to grab even fine hairs and to pull them out more easily in the direction of the hair’s growth.
Actor and writer Michaela Coel and musician Billie Eilish are prominent advocates for the fluffy brow, which looks set to be as huge in 2022 as it was in 2021. Brush up the brow hairs with skin coming through and minimal use of pencils and powders to achieve this much more natural and less defined look.
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