I am quite positive that we are in the period in history where humans are most obsessed about eyebrows.
Gone are the days when it’s just drawing your eyebrows with a pencil – not to mention, a thin line at that. As of January 2018, when it comes to eyebrows, the fuller, thicker, bushier, the better.
The thing is, not everyone is born with full, bushy, and thick eyebrows. So it’s not a mind boggling question why everyone is clamoring to find that perfect solution to achieve that.
I personally think there’s nothing wrong with thin brows. I was born with average-looking brows and then I got obsessed with grooming them at the time when thin brows where a thing. I think it just really comes down to whichever look you’re happy with, stick with it.
But how easy is it to get thicker brows? Fuller, longer lashes – yeah, sure. You’ve got false eyelashes, eyelash extensions, you name it. But thicker eyebrows?
You can try out microblading if you have the time and money, or maybe use a trusted lash serum on your eyebrows and pray to the eyebrow gods for a miracle. The truth is, bushy brows takes a lot more money and effort.
Or maybe you can try this new Korean beauty product taking the beauty world by surprise?
There’s this popular video posted by Vogue Korea about a makeup product that looks really promising. Will it change the world? Eh, maybe not. But the beauty world, probably.
The video shows a pot of black gel-based goop with thickening fibers mixed in. The deal is simple: The gel like substance is supposed to be painted on the brows with an applicator that comes with the pot. Once you are happy with how the fibers look, just wait for them to dry. Brush with a clean spoolie after. The brush looks like a nail polish applicator and is somehow maneuvered the same way, but with more precise, smaller strokes.
This revolutionary brow-filling product is called Reallyyy? Eyebrow Extensions.
Is this a new trend? Well, it might be. I haven’t seen any other company release something like this before. I think it has the potential to invade the beautysphere. It’s innovative and easy.
They say, however, that it’s best to not place the fibers anywhere but the tail-end of your eyebrow to fill in the sparse areas. So word to the wise – don’t put it everywhere to get the best results.
This product isn’t available in the U.S. yet, but I have a feeling it will be pretty soon with all the attention it’s getting. So until then, I’m sticking to my eyebrow pencils.
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