We love it when the backstage beauty at Fashion Week pays tribute to the eyebrow, and when we saw Jason Wu’s Fall 2014 show in New York we about went into eyebrow overdrive.
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Diane Kendal, from Lancome, who did the make-up for Jason Wu’s catwalk show says “It’s more a natural overall look, and we’re just filling in the brows with powder to make them a bit boyish.” She continues, “The focus is on the brow- a more boyish square shape with a straighter feel to it- and a thin line across the eyes but no mascara.”
Before now, make-up artists were using darker eyeshadows to give this effect, but with the introduction of brow powder, we now have room to experiment with brow definition and shape without doing any major damage by plucking. We personally adore our new Brow Powders which come in Indian Chocolate and Cinnamon Spice. The silky powder allows you to be as dramatic or soft as you like. And remember if you ever feel like changing the shape of your brows our therapists are here to help. So go on, do as the models do.