Yes, the fascination with eyebrow styling isn’t over just yet, folks. The feisty-looking fishtail brows are taking Instagram by storm with many users, mostly women, posting their take on the latest beauty trend. You may have seen it pop up on your feed recently.
The unique eyebrow look was popularized by beauty blogger Stefan Oskys.
The fishtail brows quickly became viral after Oskys posted it on his Instagram account (@SkyzEditz).
He told ABC News:
“I was inspired by Rio [Summers] from America’s Next Top Model but decided to go completely over-the-top by extending the beginning of the eyebrow outwards to create a fishtail-inspired style. I know fishtail braids in hair are a thing so why not name an eyebrow look after that, too?”
The look is ideal for those with some serious mermaid obsession.
One part of the fishtail brows extends upward and there’s a small gap towards the outer end, which completes the fishtail look.
A lot of tutorials on how to achieve the look have been popping up on YouTube and Instagram.
The unique eyebrow style can be created using makeup
But some people have also been testing the fishtail brows on their pictures using Photoshop.
The look can be further enhanced by adding some playful or dramatic makeup.
The style also looks a bit feisty as the brows can look much like little horns – more so when paired with bold makeup.
The pointy brows may not be for everyone.
But adventurous beauty enthusiasts seem to like it.
YouTuber Who Said Being Vegan Cures Cancer Has Died Of Cancer
She believed that her diet has cured her of breast cancer.
A YouTube vlogger, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, rejected traditional medicine and said that going vegan is the best way to battle the disease. Mari Lopez, who was popular for promoting a vegan lifestyle, has died from the illness.
Lopez, based on her previous videos, claimed that a plant-based diet has cured her of breast cancer and lesbianism. She manages the food channel at home alongside her niece, Liz Johnson.
Lopez did not have chemotherapy and radiation therapy when she was diagnosed with the potentially-fatal disease two years ago.
Regular Alcohol Intake Can Help You Achieve Longevity, New Study Says
Regular, moderate intake of alcohol can reportedly help you live past 90 years old.
It's official: Alcohol is good for your heath. A new study by researchers from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) found that regularly consuming alcohol in moderate amounts can help you live longer. According to the findings, drinking small amounts of alcoholic beverages at night, like wine or beer, can help a person live well into their 90s.
The research is part of “The 90+ Study” of the UCI, which is led by UCI neurology professor Claudia Kawas. Kawas and her research team analyzed 1,800 nanogenarians in a long-term study aimed at better understanding and explaining longevity. The participants' habits and how those affected their health were recorded and analyzed.
It took the team 15 years to conduct the study and come up with the results.
Transgender Taxi Driver Wins £4 Million in Lottery and Gets A New Look
Now that’s a massive makeover!
What would you do if you win £4 million in the lottery? Would you buy a big house or a nice car? For one transgender taxi driver, the answer is actually a no-brainer – and that is to get a massive makeover.
57-year-old Melissa Ede happily went under the knife after winning the scratchcard jackpot to get a ‘younger, fresher and more feminine’ appearance. A former reality TV personality, Ede now makes a living by driving a cab and she previously set up a GoFundMe page so she could afford dentures.
Melissa Ede’s life has since changed after the big win!
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