The fashion pack has crossed the globe from New York over to London town where swarms of models, editors and fashionista’s alike have been pulling out their most fabulous, blog worthy Spring/Summer12 looks for London Fashion Week.
The trends have changed, yet alas the brows remain untouched – ladies it appears this season that big brows truly are beautiful.
Burberry sent brows down the runway so healthy and glossy we cringed thinking about that pre-Spring pluck fest. Much like the fuller, defined brows on the glowing goddesses at Sass & Bide. The models adorned in splashes of neon hues received brow buffing from Terry Barber who is straying from a faultless brow this season, “Avoid the threading – it looks too perfect!”
MAC’s Gemma Smith-Edhouse also gave a slight nod to the androgyny trend by creating big, brushed-up brow.
The illustrious brow is an adaptable comrade however, and has morphed to the change of scene with a host of beauty tricks that ensure that no head will remain unturned this spring.
We’re channeling the girls on the catwalk at Marc Jacobs and Stella McCartney, where our bold brows are sitting pretty alongside colourful contoured cheeks, bold liquid eyeliner and this season’s beauty must – the berry lip.
Here’s to taking these catwalk looks home –
Brows should be shaped and defined but not drawn on to heavy. Fill in your arches with a The Brow Bar Brow pencil or The Brow Bar Brow duo powder in blondi or brunette.
Eyes should be kept simple with a touch of drama. Achieve this by sweeping liquid liner along your lash line. When applying liquid liner look down into a compact mirror, this makes application easier. Add mascara to your top lashes only, and a couple of individual lashes to the outer corners to create a 40′s feel. Try The Brow Bar’s Long Weekend lashes for a fun flirty summer weekend.