If scrolling through the latest brow trends on Instagram usually makes you think "oh no, honey" rather than "yasss," you're not alone. (Looking at you, halo brows, fishtail brows and barbed wire brows.) But here's a trend you might actually be on board with: dipped brows.
Where many other brow trends have centered around looking as unconventional as possible (and garnering a few double taps along the way), British makeup artist Bea Sweet's dipped brows are a low-key arch upgrade. The subtle shading technique first debuted during a London Fashion Week event when Sweet wanted to add a beauty element that hadn't been seen anywhere else.
Read on to learn everything there is to know about the brow look you're definitely going to want to try.
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How to Sculpt Dipped Brows
Achieving the dipped brow is easier than just about every other brow trend out there. All you have to do is sculpt and fill your brows as you normally would, brushing them up and over, before deciding which colorful element you'd like to add to your tails. Then, using pencil eyeliner, liquid eyeliner, eyeshadow or a combination of all three, add a bright color or a subtle shade that complements your brows from the outside in, gradually fading the color as you approach the center of the brow. It's a fun way to play with color on a feature other than lids, lips or cheeks.
On the next few slides, we'll introduce you to some of our favorite products to perfect the dreamy dipped brow trend.