Model Cara Delevingne and the Duchess of Cambridge both sport bush eyebrows, and the trend for bold statement brows has continued with reality shows such as TOWIE and MIC.
There’s also the well known ‘Scouse Brow,’ which was started the TV reality stars of Liverpool-based E4 reality TV show Desperate Scousewives, and carried on by Merseyside WAGS Alex Curran and Coleen Rooney.
It increased further in popularity when actresses Natalie Portman and Keira Knightly ditched their thinner brows for a much more bushier look.
The problem is that with this trend, how do you get an authentic bushy eyebrow look if you don’t have naturally bushy brows? Eyebrow pencils don’t give a real bold look, and for those of us who have overplucked or who have lost their brows due to chemotherapy or a hairloss condition, it can be hard to replicate a proper bushy brow look.
Thankfully there’s a new product that provides a real solution, and it’s so realistic that make-up experts are calling it ‘eyebrows in a bottle‘.
Silk Fibre Brow Enhancer is actually a revolutionary new powder, that contains hundreds of tiny little fibres that work to replicate real eyebrow hair. Application is easy, you simply brush it on your eyebrows, or where they should be, and you have a pair of real looking brows in seconds.
Silk’s Fibre Brow Enhancer is ideal if you want to add volume to thinning brows, if you want to thicken your brows, if you want to add shape and definition, or if you simply want a pair of brows.
The way it works is that the hundreds of tiny fibres are coated with ultra fine formulated coloured powder which then sculpts the brow line. This powder sets within 60 seconds and is available in 5 different shades.
The fibres are made from nylon and cling to any existing hairs but the powder helps them stick even if there is no hair at all. So even if you have no brows at all, you can still achieve the bushiest of brows with Silk’s Fibre Brow Enhancer.
The eyebrow enhancer is already a hit in Australia and is set to go on sale in the UK at £19.99 which we think is pretty reasonable.