We have braced through a lot of fashion trends over the years. There was the time when pigeon shoes became a thing and had people freaking out. There were also fishtail brows and had people going, a�?Brow, bye!a�� Also, who here remembers squiggle brows? Because if you do then we sympathise. Then, recently, the world was stunned one fine day by a new beauty trend called the feather brows and a lot of people told fashion to go home because it was drunk.
Once more, the beauty industry has not disappointed us by not making a bold new trend a�?virala��. This time a�?Halo browsa�� come from a 16 year old beauty blogger and make enthusiast Hannah Lyne. She explains that while talking to her friend one day and discussing trends it occurred to her to connect the tails of her brow over her forehead. And voila, a new trend was born!
Hannah does a lot of makeup looks and almost always ends up slaying. Her looks are genuine and it is clear to see through her work that she feels passionate about what she does. At only 16 years of age she was mastered a skill which some of the most expert beauticians were able to after a lot of practice. She has a panache for beauty blogging and makeup and will definitely make a place for her someday in this industry.
Here is the halo brow look which has the world shook recently:
When she put up this picture, Hannah received a lot of comments and not all of them were so nice:
Here is another look at halo brows.
A lot of people across instagram picked up on the trend and responded with their own take on halo brows:
Halo brows are not the only brow trends Hannah has tried. She has also experiment with heart pierced brows which we have to admit are quite cool.
Then there was Santaa��s hat:
And double brows:
And inverse brows:
Natural, every day brows. Not.
Do you know of any interesting make up trends? If yes, then let us know in the comments.