Gorgeously kept brows at Vanessa Bruno, Fall 2013. All images courtesy of ImaxTree.com
If there’s one thing you can take away from fall beauty this season, it’s that full, lush brows are definitely coveted. Beauty editors have been preaching about how thick, full, statement eyebrows are a key beauty trend last season, this season and will talk about them even into next season, and it’s not only because they are really, really obsessed with eyebrows. It’s because it is literally on every model. The basics are this, ladies. Stop plucking. If you have to pluck, only pluck those few stray hairs beneath your actual brow. Then fill ‘em in (
read our tips here for how to fill in your brows
). Unless you’re blessed with the intense set of brows that Cara Delevingne has, you’re going to need to whip out that pencil and brow powder. Here are some brow-spirations to keep you motivated to banish your tweezers (for the time being), and an extra dramatic one to test out if you have the beauty nerve.
Jean Paul Gaultier, Fall 2013
I mean, really. These are intense brows, but what an impact. Maybe it’s too much for day, but think of these come night with a bare face and an LBD (makes me think of Rooney Mara two years ago).
Cara Delevingne at H&M, Fall 2013
How could we include a list of brow inspiration and not include Ms. Cara? Her show-stopping set has taken the modeling and fashion world by storm. And I’ll admit it. I’m more than a wee bit envious of her brows.
Wauchob, Fall 2013
The natural pick. Fill you brows in lightly with powder and a brow brush for the most natural look.
Loewe, Fall 2013
Holy arches. These perfectly drawn on brows are that ideal balance between natural and over-the-top, professional and flawless. Which brow look is your favourite?
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