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The Feathered Eyebrows

The Feathered Eyebrows
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We know that the beauty world is all about brows right now, but we are definitely noticing a new trend emerging from all the manicured arches; Feathered Brows. We're explaining what they are all about and how you can try the trend.

Go Natural

After a couple of years of strong, sharp brows we are noticing a move towards a more natural look. Think of the slightly bushy, natural eyebrows seen on celebrities like Cara Delevigne and the Olsen twins. This is where the feathered brow comes in.

A fuller, more natural brow is the most ideal, non-invasive way to a youthful modern look that is both beautiful and easy to maintain once you've achieved it. - Kristie Streicher

Perfected by Kristie Streicher from the Striiike Salon in Los Angeles, the feathered brow is about a full brow that is naturally shaped to your face, gently combed and defined for a softly tomboyish look.

Lily James eyebrows

Kristie's clients have included Emily Blunt, Lily James and Adele and with such high profile names heading to Kristie's salon, we are expecting the feathered brow trend to be everywhere soon.

Why do we love it right now? The more natural finish fits in perfectly with the makeup trends we are seeing for Summer. It feels fresh and looks youthful, pairing beautifully with the glowing skin and pared back eye makeup we are seeing everywhere. It is the passport to cool-girl chic!

How to Get the Look

We can't all jet over to Los Angeles to get Kristie's magic touch but we can try our best to get brows like Lily James for ourselves. These are the tools you need and the steps to follow:

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Major fan of scented candles, Make Up brushes and Highlighter. I’m always on the hunt for those Holy Grail products and my dressing table is covered in more beauty products than I like to admit. As an adopted Northerner originally from Brighton, I spend most my days wondering what all this rain is about. My hair isn’t grateful for the move. Currently loving: NIOD Photography Fluid