It has been a particularly creative time for eyebrow styles. As mask-wearing covers up so much of our faces, our eyes and our eyebrows have been the focal point for many styles.
We have seen all sorts of stylistic shifts in how we shape our eyebrows over the last year, with the ever-popular pencil-thin eyebrow falling out of favour compared to thicker, bushier styles.
This has led to a rise in popularity of micro needling and tattoo eyebrows in Hull, as locals want a thicker, more expressive look.
One of the newest trends that started to rise in popularity for men and women is the expressive eyebrow slit.
What Is An Eyebrow Slit?
A notch or slit in the eyebrow is a vertical line that is shaved into the eyebrow, and became very popular in the 1980s and 90s as a means of self-expression and giving yourself a unique look.
There are many ways to do it, from the single asymmetrical vertical line on one eyebrow, to multiple slits and even slits that connect to hair fades.
It works to emphasise your brow shape and draw attention to the rest of your look.
Like most brow styles, it will need fairly consistent maintenance to keep up. Eyebrow hairs grow back within two weeks and will be fully grown in six weeks unless they are completely shaved or plucked with tweezers.
It is better to ask a beautician before you start shaving, however, as their expert view can give you advice about which look is right for you and what makeup should be paired with your new style.