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Fall Beauty Trend: BOLD Brows

October 26, 2011
Celebs wearing BOLD brows.



For your next eyebrow arch appointment consider going for bold brows. From the runways to celebrities on the red carpet – thicker eyebrows are all the rage this fall.  So, trust me, if you’ve missed your last eyebrow arch appointment – it’s not so bad.



From Left: Derek Lam, Victoria Beckham, Joseph Altuzarra, Narciso Rodriguez



For tips on how to get the Bold Brow look, today Style Pooh-Bahs has a few tips from Natalie Gee of Gee Beauty, the Toronto born spa that is heating up Bal Harbour. Gee Beauty is a modern makeup and skincare studio offering world-renowned beauty services and skincare, which recently launched in South Florida.

Here are a few simple tips:

–          The biggest fall trend in beauty is bigger bolder brows and the key to get the look is to not touch the brows.

–          Let the brows grow in naturally and let them take on a shape of their own. (try this for at least 2-3 weeks).

–          If that length of time seems too long (and you love to tweeze), consult with a brow specialist.

–          The more natural looking the brow, the closer you are to the seasons look.

–          What you should aim for is anything thicker than what you currently have.

–          Don’t expect ultra bushy in days, that just won’t happen. The look calls for natural, bushy & thick, so you’ve got to start somewhere.

–          Once you’ve let them grow in for a couple of weeks, consult with a brow specialist. Make sure when you explain what you are looking for, they tell you what you want to hear. for example, listen for thick & natural instead of archy or thin.

–          Once you achieved the fuller brow, maintenance can be simple. Brow pencils or shadows are a perfect tool for filling in any patches or giving your brow a darker hue. (the other trend along with thicker brows, is darker brows as well).

–          I love brow pencils with a brow brush on the other end because you can always blend the color easily if you pencil in too heavy or dark.

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