There are a lot of weird beauty trends going around. Millennials are not shying away from experimenting with white eyeliners or grey hair colour. The direction of beauty trends to mimic ageing, without actually getting old, is indeed an interesting one. And while we thought eyebrow slits were the weirdest brow trend we'd see this year, another leading contender has emerged. Grey eyebrows aka grandma brows, is slowly but steadily becoming a common practice and the reason behind it might surprise you!

Most of you sport somewhere between a natural back and dark brown eyebrow. But if you are looking to try some alternate shades, there is a way to switch things up with a cool-toned grey colour. Ahead, all the reasons why you need to try the grandma brow trend right away!

 

It is more flattering

It is more flattering

Grey has secretly been deemed a universal shade for all brow colours. Especially for brunettes. A subtle application of grey to fill in the sparse areas of your brows would look more flattering than the regular deep brown.

 

It gives your brows more texture

It gives your brows more texture

When combined with their shades like browns and natural blacks, they can be used to create texture on your brows. If you already a have few greys, camouflaging it will become easy with a grey product base underneath.

 

It looks more natural

It looks more natural

For desis, a shade like the Lakme Absolute Precision Eye Artist Eyebrow Pencil - Dark Brown is the safest option to get their brows right. However, if you are not feeling bold, defined brows and looking for a cool tone closest to your natural brow colour, grey will come in handy.

 

It complements lighter hair colour

It complements lighter hair colour

Already a fan of eccentric beauty trends and are sporting anywhere between a pastel hair colour or all-out platinum blonde? A grey eyebrow look will help harmonise the entire look, making it look balanced with cool tones.

Pro tip: Don't go heavy-handed with grey eyebrow products on your face as they run the risk of making your skin look dull and pale. Apply your brow products gently, even if you might lave a couple of bald spots on the brow. Spread them out with a brow brush instead and use light brush strokes to bend perfectly.