Eyebrow Trends: Across the World, Over the Years…
Early middle ages:
The important feature of this age was the forehead. Women plucked their hairlines and removed their eyebrows to draw attention towards their forehead.
Queen Elizabeth I’s strawberry blonde eyebrows inspired many women in her country to dye their hair and eyebrows to similar reddish blonde.
People looking for alternatives to shaping their brows daily have various options like eyebrow tattooing, eyebrow feathering or micro pigmentation, brow extensions that can be applied similarly to eyelash extensions and last about 3-5 weeks.
Eyebrow trends are ever-evolving.
Also known as eyebrow embroidery, etching, feathering or micro blading, micro stroking, feather touch, and hair like strokes as an eyebrow trend, is a form of semi-permanent beauty technique that can last up to two years depending on the individual’s skin and how well it holds the pigment.
Brow shaping with wax and tint.
Different techniques are used across the world for shaping eyebrows. From Eyebrow tint which is a form of semi-permanent hair dye formulated specifically for use on the eyebrows.
Eyebrow threading also is known as epilation which removes short hair in a row to brow tinting which. According to certain theories, the practice started in India over 6000 years ago and later spread throughout Asia.
The Arabic word for threading is ‘Khite’; in Egypt, it is also called ‘Fatlah’. It is a widely practiced form of brow shaping in India.