The thick eyebrow trend dates back to the 1950s when Audrey Hepburn changed Hollywood's vision of beauty with her perfectly defined, full brows. Layeringstrokes of eyebrow pencil, she accentuated her naturally thick eyebrow shape, adding narrow, dainty ends for a feminine finish.
The1970s saw an “au naturel” take on brows, as the hippie movement had women stick to the eyebrow shapes they were born with for a softer look. It wasn't until the 1980s that power brows made it to the mainstream when Madonna lead the way with her wild, bushy set.
Accentuated with upward strokes of a spoolie brush, dark, unruly eyebrows were the look of the decade. But styles were set to change, and both the 1990s and early 2000s saw us plucking our skinny arches down to super-fine lines. Thankfully, the brow revolution is in full force once again.
Now we have discovered the FEG EyebrowEnhancer!