A hot and controversial topic of the moment, thin brows are making waves on social media after rumors of a possible return of the beauty-inspired trend of the 1920s and 2000s.
Bella Hadid was already echoing the Y2K style with thin eyebrows, a low waist and hair clips in mid-2021, but it was this year that the movement of fine lines above the eyes gained prominence when appearing on the Balmain Summer 2022 catwalk and at the Met Gala with Jodie Turner-Smith, who walked the red carpet this month with arched brows outlined with tiny crystals.
If before the “hairy” eyebrows and combed with the soap eyebrows were trending, if it depends on Tiktok, the thick and natural style a la Lily Collins eyebrows may have been left behind, however, not everyone approves of pulling tufts and tufts of the eyebrows.
The subject is generating debates between netizens who love and those who hate the trend. Among the main reasons for not adopting it is the risk of going a long time without the wires, as some hairs may take time to grow or not grow again if the follicle has been damaged.
It is no wonder that many millennials who adopted thin eyebrows in the 2000s, more than 20 years later, look for methods to fill in the region such as microblading or the popular micropigmentation, and are not left without their arsenal of products to outline, paint and comb. the wires. So, if you’re willing to embrace the trend, you’ll have to accept the risk of not having your hair back when you want it.