Sick of brow trends yet? Well, we've got one more to add to the collection: dragon brows are the third brow hair manifestation we've seen in so many weeks. This one was started by @Harlibi, a 23-year-old self-taught makeup artist from Oregon, who says in her Insta caption that she was inspired by Stella Sironen, the MUA who started the trend with her delicate feather brows.
This quirky brow look involves sculpting the hair into tiny points so it looks like the spikes on the back of a dinosaur. Or Lisa Simpson's hair, whichever way you want to look at it.
Inspo for the brows came from a rather unusual place, it turns out: "I was playing Skyrim on my Xbox, and the spines of the game’s dragons gave me the idea to spike my brows," @Harlibi told Allure. "So why not name it after the bold, mythical creatures?"
Whilst plenty of fans have been crushing on her brows, she also received plenty of backlash for the application of her false lashes - but it might surprise you to learn that this talented gal has been practising makeup for just three weeks and has only actually used false lashes around three times in her life, so let's cut this lady some slack, eh?
If you wanna try out this look for yourself @Harlibi says all you need to do it grab your spoolie and push all your hairs upwards, "followed by tiny, thin applications using a safe eyelash glue to hold them in place." Then, the next step is pretty simple, just brush "each section up into a spike and then move on to the next." Couldn't be easier, right?
Will you be giving this trend a go? Let us know! @sofeminineUK
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