2017 brought a lot of trends into the makeup world — from unusual lip plumping techniques to using just about anything under the sun to apply makeup. But no makeup trend alone can overshadow the glossary of ever-growing eyebrow fads. Ahead, find the eight buzziest eyebrow trends we still can’t believe exist, and here’s hoping that 2018 pushes the eyebrow envelope even further (if possible?!).
This classic Dr. Seuss trend hit our Instagrams in major wavelengths this past summer and fall, confusing onlookers and beauty gurus alike — questioning whether the look is created with an app or an eyeliner pencil. Regardless of the method, we’re impressed with the execution and slightly surprised at how much we actually dig this one.
The negative space brow is the antithesis of what we know and love in an eyebrow — sans the hair and the filling in. While this trend is definitely better suited for the runway, we still love its out-of-the-box nature.
Why have this signature check on your sneakers when you can have it on your brows? Seriously though, this eyebrow trend gives athleisure a whole new meaning — and would certainly give Sporty Spice a run for her money.
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Gucci Snake Brow
Speaking of fashion, the Gucci Snake brow took the Instagram world by storm as an affordable way to wear the brand without actually spending the cash for it. The infamous red, white, black and green detail slithers in and out of the brow — adding a majorly creative take to any eye look.
Perhaps the most amusing of the bunch, the ponytail brow definitely takes the cake as the most unique. While we’re not sure we’ll be rocking this one anytime soon, we appreciate the creativity behind it.
About the Author:Alanna Martine Kilkeary is a native New Yorker and an assistant beauty editor at Makeup.com. She has had the opportunity to grace the digital pages of Harper's BAZAAR, Rolling Stone and Teen Vogue with her words and skills. She runs a literary infused fashion blog in her free time, her heart belongs to William Shakespeare, and most importantly, she believes that Wes Anderson should serve as art director for the entire universe.