Bleached Eyebrows Are Trending In The Beauty World But Are They Worth The Hype? We Investigate...

Written by Anjali AgarwalSep 16, 2023
Bleached eyebrows are trending in the beauty world but are they worth the hype? We investigate...

One minute everyone wants darker, fuller well defined brows and the very next minute, they want them bleached out of existence. Well, that’s the world of beauty trends for you! Trends in the beauty world are forever changing and here is yet another brow trend that is grabbing our eyeballs!

The newest trend on the block is the pale, bleached brows. We have seen Hollywood A-listers like Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian sport bleached brows it before and recently we saw the trend flood the runways of the London and Milan fashion weeks as well. But is it really worth it to say goodbye to dark brows and get them bleached?

Read on to know more about this eccentric trend, if it’s safe and how to get it...


How the trend picked up?

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Unlike most absurd beauty trends, this one was born on the international runways and not on social media! First spotted at the Mark Jacobs and Givenchy shows two years back, barely-there brows are on the rise. Recently, models like Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber, walked the ramp for Gucci and Prada at the Milan Fashion week with bleached brows. In fact, the person behind making fuller brows a craze, Cara Delevingne also erased her iconic beauty trait for the Prada runway at the MFW AW19.


Is it worth trying?

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Bleached brows can be a bold change for your look and it can also be harsh to your skin. If you have sensitive skin, bleach could harm the sensitive areas around eyebrows. Plus, it takes the colour out of the brows completely and can last for up to four weeks.


How to bleach your brows?

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If you’re determined to get them brows bleached, grab a facial bleach cream that suits your skin. Prepare it with the activator, following instructions written at the back. Apply it carefully on the eyebrow hair and do a wipe test after 2 minutes. Remove the bleach with a sponge carefully and rinse without the bleach going anywhere close to your eyes.


Get the faux no-brow look

Get the faux no-brow look

If you’re not convinced about the bleaching but still want to try your hand at rocking this trend, you can fake it by lightening your brows with the help of Lakmé Absolute White Intense Liquid Concealer and dusting some Lakmé Whitening Rose Powder With Sunscreen.

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Anjali Agarwal

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