Use wax and eyelash glue to create a garden for your eyebrows.
The fashion world is building on the crazy eyebrow trends of 2018 (looking at you, halo brows) with a look that will get you excited for spring — “garden eyebrows.”
The “garden brows” turn your eyebrows green and bushy so they resemble grass, with tiny delicate flowers and butterflies surrounding them.
Looking for a fresh new look? Make Spring come early this year with #GardenEyebrows 🦋🌸— Taylor R (@iamtay_tay) March 12, 2018
Yes or no?🤔 pic.twitter.com/WcWbxkTRSB
Hong Kong-based lifestyle and beauty blogger Taylor R used small blooms from real flowers for her eyebrows and secured them with eyelash glue, and used butterfly stickers for additional decoration. The look is similar to a Christmas-inspired brow look she blogged about in the past, where she turned her eyebrows into horizontal holiday trees.
Taylor isn’t the only one to be trying out this new trend. People and beauty bloggers have been posting their own renditions of it on Twitter, and Taylor’s hashtag #gardeneyebrows quickly began trending.
We’re excited for spring and all, but “garden eyebrows” might be a step too far, no? (📷 @makeup_by_darin) pic.twitter.com/0RUCkRqZIF— Sunday Times Style (@TheSTStyle) March 28, 2018
Many of Taylor’s fans were into the look and inspired to try it out for themselves.
@iamtay_tay #GardenEyebrows💐🌷🌸😋😋 pic.twitter.com/lDPyqh49y9— Paula (@paulacasso) March 12, 2018
Some people killed the garden brow game:
I tried to recreate @iamtay_tay s new trend: #GardenEyebrows 🌷💕 absolutely in love 🤗 spring can come! pic.twitter.com/GyKbWfJd8V— Hana 🐱 (@Jaenellchen) March 12, 2018
Others, not so much:
One person expanded the brow look to a full-face spring scene, using her husband (and his beard) as a canvas:
But not everyone is feeling this wood nymph-esque look, and her post caused quite the stir online.
Twitter user @IsmerRiven posted, “I am dying. There isn’t a gif that adequately expresses how hard I laughed at this.”
If you’re feeling spring fever and need to express yourself through your brows, watch Taylor R’s tutorial below so you can create your very own whimsical eyebrow garden: