Back in the 2010s, Vogue crowned Cara Delevigne as “Her Eyebrowness”, and with good reason. Keep reading for top tips on crafting celebrity eyebrows, and look like a star today.
Celebrity Eyebrows That Shaped Trends
As far back as can be remembered (or documented!), celebrity eyebrows have caused a stir, set trends, and defined the fashionable ways women have enhanced their appearance.
Vogue Magazine (launched in 1892) has always been known for its distinctive photography, high editorial quality, and breaking trends.
Back in the 1930s, Vogue became one of the first print magazines to have a color print cover. At the same time, iconic actress Marlena Dietrich caused a stir with her pencil-thin eyebrows, while renowned activist and painter Frida Kahlo changed perceptions of women’s beauty.
The 1950s continued the trend with models like Dovima and actress Audrey Hepburn making their own fashion statements and shaping the face of women everywhere.
The 1970s were all about hair, and not just that on the head, either! Vogue magazine became the first print magazine to feature a woman of color on its cover. Beverly Johnson would go on to become the first woman of color on the cover of Elle magazine a year later, too.
Music legend Dolly Parton – perhaps more famous for her breast size at the time – sported natural eyebrows and thick, luscious hair that added to her overall beauty. At the same time, Grace Jones presented us with eyebrows that were drawn on in sharp angles, and razor-thin hair which prompted fans to follow suit.
Woodstock and hipsters were all the rage, and superstars like Cher and Diana Ross never budged on their thick eyebrows. These timeless beauties would pave the way for the 1980s, when stars like Drew Barrymore and Sade were making waves in their respective industries.
The late 1980s saw a dramatic change in the way magazines depicted female beauty. Twiggy – known for her startlingly thin body shape – had been the “face of beauty” until then.
The 1990s featured Kate Moss with pencil-thin brows, and other celebrity eyebrows began taking on thinner, more-plucked shapes. Blond bombshells Charlize Theron and Paris Hilton were not convinced, and retained their thick and dark brows.
Since the 2000s, Lady Gaga has worn and removed her eyebrows as the mood (or the music video) called for it, and “Born This Way” includes images and shots of Gaga sans eyebrows – a quite-strange look, some would say.
Vogue launched both Teen Vogue and Men’s Vogue early in the decade, setting records once again. The September 2007 Vogue magazine broke world records at that time for the largest published magazine back then – a whopping 840 pages!
The last two decades have seen trends (like Rihanna‘s almost-not-there brows) come and go. Sophia Hadjipanteli is a Greek-Cypriot model who first began changing perceptions of what constitutes female beauty back in 2017 when she appeared on runways sporting a unibrow. Hadjipanteli is an active and outspoken champion of “body-positive” imagery.
Other, more famous celebrity eyebrows you may have heard of or searched for yourself include the Kardashians (any one of them!), gorgeous Cara Delevigne, and more recently, Meghan Markle, she of Suits and British royalty fame.
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