We Introduce To You The Latest Beauty Craze “HALO BROWS”

Everyone is freaking out when they see this recent ‘craze’, kids with the wavy eyebrows and extended nose hair, what’s next? Almost every day a new crazy trend shows up on social media, do we really need those eyebrows – do we really need something called ‘halo brows’?

And though many of us fall into the haters group, there’s a huge crowd of people who love such stuff and are already  joining everything that pops up on Instagram as a “trend”. It doesn’t look like something to be impressed with, but let’s be honest it’s way better than the sliced-bread eyebrows, but that doesn’t say much.

Halo-brows  are not completely real, for sure it’s the work of good make-up skills, and judging by the name, it seems that the “inventor” was inspired by Beyonce’s  lines “I can definitely see the halo halo.”

Hannah Lyne, a 16 year old from Huddersfield, UK, christened them. Hannah told POPSUGAR that this thing of ‘halo brows’ can be traced back to fishtail brows which can be traced back to ’90s hip hop brow slits. YES everything is connected people.

“I was having a conversation with a friend of mine trying to come up with new ideas for a look, and all of a sudden it came to me this idea of connecting my brow tails,” Hannah shared. “This look was influenced by fishtail brows; seeing the way my brows flicked upward inspired me for the idea of just carrying the brow until it met in the middle of my forehead.”

Like everything else, and, of course, as other brow trends, this one needed a catchy name, and it was a commenter who suggested to Hannah that she should name this trend as “halo brows”.

This looks hypnotizing and people are also calling it the greatest piece of art of our times. Sure, people agree or disagree, but every great was once artist once an amateur – who knows what future Hannah is looking to now, until we find a new craze on the brow trends let’s enjoy the “halo brows.”

Source: Popsugar