Brit Brows wow at the Grammy Awards

Last night was the turn of the biggest names in the world of music to dust off their gowns and hit the red carpet for the 2016 Grammy Awards. With world class performances (albeit with a few technical hitches) from Adele, Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga to name a few, the ceremony was a night to remember.

Adele and Ellie

She may not have been up for any nominations, but Adele was one of our winners on the red carpet. Dressed in a floor-length Givency gown with a nipped-in waist, and rocking a freshly cut bob, she looked every inch the popstar. With a nude lip and dewy skin, Adele’s make up was all about those eyes, with perfectly winged black eye-liner and a bold brow. Create Adele’s bold brow look here: 

Step 1: Using the bbrowbar Brow Powder, apply starting at the middle of your arch and out towards the tail-end of the brow. Use soft strokes in the direction of the brow growth and then finish at the front using short upward strokes to give brows a defined silhouette. Continue to build up colour for a bolder and more dramatic look.

Step 2: Brush the Brow Powder all the way through your brows, coating every hair using the bbrowbar Brow Tamer.

Step 3: Finish and set with the bbrowbar Brow Gel to add gloss, shine and to prevent those hairs from moving all night.

Adele close up

The second Brit to hit our style radar was Ellie Goulding. Dressed in a nude Stella McCartney gown with silver embellishments, the singer looked elegant. Much like Adele, Ellie’s make up was understated, with a subtle smokey eye and natural looking brows with a high arch. Find out how to create Ellie’s natural look here > 

Step 1: Using soft, short sharp strokes gradually fill in and build up your eyebrow shape using the bbrowbar Brow Definer. If you struggle to create a symmetrical shape, or want to create a high arch like Ellie’s, try the bbrowbar Brow Silhouettes as a guide.

Step 2: To create Ellie’s natural smokey eye, gently hold the eye taught and lightly draw the bbrowbar Brown Kajal pencil on the lash line and water line. Use the smudger at the other end of the pencil to soften and give your look a worn-in finish.

 

Ellie close up