4 Spring Brow Waxing Trends

April 14, 2015 John Rigo

You’ve probably been keeping up-to-date with all the hottest beauty and fashion styles this spring, but how about brow waxing trends?

Here are 4 brow waxing trends for spring 2015 to keep you on your waxing “a-game.”

1. Thicker and Fuller  

Thin eyebrows are out. Wider, thicker eyebrows have been budding at all the fashion shows for the spring season. Models from Valentino, Calvin Klein, Jason Wu, and Nina Ricci were all sporting this fuller brow look.

Jason Wu

Source: afmu.net

2. Slight Arch

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/sites/default/files/custom/Stephanie/Sam/taylor_schilling_mu_embed.jpgThis spring your thicker, fuller brows are going to want to have some character – not too much – but just enough. The slightly curved arch is going to be taking over the spotlight as we move into spring.  

Source: hollywoodreporter.com

3. Textured Brow

The textured brow is making a comeback this spring. Its original trendsetter traces back to silver screen icon Sophia Loren. To perfect this born-again trend every hair is going to count – keep them high and facing the sky. 

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Source: cosmopolitan.co.uk

4. Bleached Brow

If you’re looking to make a bold statement this spring, consider the brow bleaching trend which is taking the runway by storm. This year marks the second year in a row Alexander Wang has showcased his models in this new, edgy look.

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Source: popsugar.com 

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John Rigo

John Rigo is a content marketer with Booker. His areas of expertise are writing and market research. John brings a unique perspective to the blogosphere with his extensive background in publishing. He also has a love for small and local businesses – how they work, how they grow, and why they succeed.

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