In 2018 alone we’ve had garden brows, fishtail brows, dipped brows, and heartbeat brows. Now it’s time for dripping brows.
But it isn’t over for the weird eyebrow trends as this time we have dripping brows. As the name probably suggests, are when you paint on drips of colour matching your eyebrows to make it look like they’re melting right off.
The look is the creation of Goodie May-Johnson, who said in an interview that she was inspired by all the previous out-there brow trends she’s seen gone viral.
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I’m pretty sure I’ve come up with a new brow trend (even though they annoy me so much) • #drippingbrows *this took me way too long 😂 If you recreate this please tag @goodiemaykup • @anastasiabeverlyhills dipbrow pomade ‘dark brown’ for the brows and to create the drips. @tatti_lashes TL4 lashes. @maybelline pot gel liner. . . . . #100daysofmakeupchallenge #goodiemaykup #drippingbrows #anastasiabeverlyhills #tattilashes #tattibae #browtrends #browtrend #brow #brows #hudabeauty #makeupartistworldwide #undiscovered_mua #feature_muas #shout_outs_makeup #makeupxfeature #slaymakeup #wakeupandmakeup
“I’ve followed a makeup artist called Vlada Haggerty who created the dripping lip effect,’ she tells us. ‘Inspired by her lip art I thought it would look great to create a dripping brow, like it was melting off the face. I searched for a reference to see if anyone had created a dripping brow but no one had, so I decided to sit down and create it, my first attempt failed but the next day I tried again and it worked.”