It’s hard to say when, on a perfectly fine normal morning, a brand new quirky brow trend will hit the scene to monopolize Instagram. But, they don’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. For some reason, the Internet cannot leave those damned eyebrows alone!
Long gone are the days where we simply had them threaded or waxed, but today, we have to pencil them, color them in, underline them, and if this trend has to be believed, turn them into bizarre shapes and styles.
The latest is YouTuber and blogger, Taylor Richard who brings us a brand-new take on brow art, with a fun spring-appropriate twist. Behold: Garden Brows!
For the uninitiated, she was the mastermind behind creating the Christmas tree-shaped brows. The look in question features unusual garden-themed accents fit for a fairy, including tiny flowers and butterfly stickers intricately placed on and around the brows, as well as a lush-green base that imparts a grassy effect.
Цветы в волосах – это так романтично! А что на счёт цветов…в бровях? Новый тренд продолжает набирать обороты🌹🌸🌷Такие брови даже получили свое название: #gardeneyebrows или брови сад. Как вам? Первой своё лицо цветами украсила блогер из Канады @taytay_xx Идею моментально подхватили ее подписчики, а дальше брови разрослись по всему instagram. Причём понравился тренд не только девушкам, но и парням, а самые модные модники не забыли и про своих питомцев😅🙈
🌼In bloom 🌼 Inspired by @taytay_xx Garden eyebrows! I thought they were so cute and springy so I had to recreate them! 🌼💐🌻🌷 . . . . . . #spring #springmakeup #taylorr #gardeneyebrows brows #makeupartist #makeupjunkie #beautytips #makeuplover #makeupaddict #igbeauty #makeupforever #beautyaddict #makeup #beautycommunity #igmakeup #instamakeup #nars #makeupbyme #makeupoftheday #makeupgoals #makeuplife #makeuplook #glitter #glittermakeup #beauty #mua
Absolutely gorgeous #GardenEyebrows 🌟🌟🌟🌸🌸🌸 я попробовала повторить идею моего любимого влогера с ютуба @taytay_xx чувствую себя потрясающе 💗 можно я так буду каждый день ходить? А ещё я записала собственное видео о том КАК я это делала 👼👼 загружу скоро! 🌸🌸 #makeuptutorial #springishere #flowermakeup #gardenqueen #princess #shanghai #china #asiapassion
In a quick lesson, Taylor R (TayTay_XX) shares a step-by-step guide to getting her garden-inspired creation, and entertainingly enough, it actually doesn’t seem too tough to imitate. What you’ll need is some type of cosmetic wax, a grassy-colored pigment (she used a liquid lipstick by Jeffree Star for this), fake flowers, lash glue and little bug or butterfly stickers (She decided on butterflies and delicately placed them on the skin just above her arches to add even more of a “nature” vibe to the look) LMAO!
So how to do the ultimate make-over?
To start, use wax to brush brows up and toward the back to make them disorganised and textured enough to hold onto the green colour, as well as the tiny appliqués. Then take lash glue and dot it in the areas where you want the flowers to stick, allowing the glue to dry for a few seconds before applying them as this makes it easier to attach them. Once integrated the flowers, to give it a complete look add a few butterfly stickers to each bend, which seems like a small adding up but truly took the finished look to the next level.
They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, but I think this looks absurd. Giving one’s eyebrows a garden-look with flowers and bugs? What happened to subtlety?
As if I haven’t seen enough odd eyebrow styles on the web, many beauty bloggers and social media users feel the need to ‘decorate’ their eyebrows for spring. Sure, we are all happy that spring is here, but taking it literally on to your brow seems to be a bit too much. This upcoming trend is to watch out for, or not! You pick.