After the online success of trends like the full face highlighter or using kitchen cutlery like knives and spoons to achieve the perfect contour, the Internet has found a new way to amaze us with two very questionable looks…
- Feather Brows:
The obsession with eyebrows continues. We went from bold and on fleek brows to slightly more natural looking ones and now, feather brows are the hot new online thing!
The trend started when make-up artist, Stella Sironen, posted the exciting new look on Instagram. To achieve this feather-like look, all you have to do is split your eyebrow hair in the middle using a glue stick… Er, what?
People seem to either absolutely love or hate it, and a lot of other make-up artists followed the footsteps of Sironen filling our Instagram feeds with the hashtag #featherbrows showcasing the look while adding their own personal twist to it:
I’m no @stella.s.makeup but I had to give this #featherbrows look a go. Honestly I know she was having a joke but for real this is great. Just a quick few brushes with a clear brow gel to separate and hold and added some gold ✨ my brows are particularly thick, so much so that the hairs just don’t like to bend any other way so it didn’t work out too well for me. Used @jeffreestarcosmetics Androgyny palette for the eye.
- See Through ‘Jeans’:
Topshop released a pair of transparent knee Mom jeans that caused uproar all over the Internet. The goal of these jeans was definitely to be seen and make sure that people were talking about it and, oh boy, they were talked about:
Yesterday, we had the non-existent Urban Outfitters crop top. Today, I give you these “clear knee mom jeans” from Topshop. pic.twitter.com/m9BxQpdhFv
— Hatty Collier (@HattyCollier) 14 March 2017
After the success of the clothing item, the brand decided that it was time to go even bolder, releasing a completely transparent pair of jeans.
The opinions on the clothing item go from opposite spectrums and, naturally, everyone took to Twitter to voice their opinions on the matter.
— Liv (@LivMelliard) 1 May 2017
So, what do you think about these fashion trends? Do you love them or hate them? Tell us your opinions on Twitter @Fashion_North.