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We’re cancelling eyebrows…

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…and it’s because y’all don’t know how to behave.

Squiggle brows, feather brows, CHRISTMAS TREE brows….it seems every day we stray farther from gods light. There are no limit to the crazy trends that have gone on in the last year. These are the worst five eyebrow looks of the last year.

5. Barbed wire brows.

While I still wouldn’t dare wear these eyebrows outside of the safety found inside the Instagram brow community, they’re actually not that bad for the sake of art. They bring punk back, and honestly it’s a look.

4. Feather brows.

These brows might have been nice… in theory… but why? Who made these, why would you forsake our fragile ecosystem? Again, they’re OK for the sake of art, but dear god I’m begging you to leave these brows a secret made for you and your eyebrow gel.

3. “Brow carving.”

I just have one question: in what world. In what world?

2. Fishtail eyebrows.

There are no words. Who looks in the mirror and thinks “wow you know what look I’m going for today? Horned eyebrows. Yes.”

This is a look, and I’m not here for it.

 

1. Christmas tree brows. 

This. This is why we cannot have nice things. Why, oh why do you need to paint your brows green and draw on ornaments? Was the mini, fiber optic, Starbucks themed Christmas tree not enough?

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