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The ‘Halo Brow’ Is The Latest Beauty Trend And People Are Confused

Yay or nay?

The eyebrow obsession for beauty enthusiasts is far from over. After welcoming 2018 with the fishtail brows, people are switching things up with what is called the halo brow. As the name suggests, the latest beauty look features a unibrow in the shape of a halo.

The halo brow is the the brainchild of 16-year-old Hannah Lyne (aka @hannahdoesmakeupp on Instagram). The British teen from Huddersfield, U.K. used NYX Cosmetics’ Tame and Frame Brow Pomade in “Espresso” to form the halo brow, and she added highlighter on her cheekbones, the inner corner of her eyes, and brow bone for an extra glow.

The new look was actually inspired by the recently popular fishtail brows.

In an interview with POPSUGAR, Lyne said:

“I was having a conversation with a friend trying to come up with a new idea for a look, and all of a sudden it came to me that I should connect my brow tails. This look was influenced by fishtail brows; seeing the way my brow flicked upwards inspired the idea of just carrying the brow on until it met in the middle.”

Some online users found the new look strangely beautiful.

Since posting her newly created eyebrow look on Instagram, it has garnered a lot of attention, likes, and comments. Some users found the halo brow strange, while some defended Lyne from her bashers.

One commenter said:

“Nope. Stop it. That’s hideous and just a strange unibrow….” – @jess_familywoman

While another one remarked:

“16 aswell, also why are people getting so triggered? I’m pretty sure this is just a joke, is not like this is an everyday look or anything smh. Lighten up ppl🙄” – @ayeshasvanity

The halo brow hasn’t taken off quite yet.

It’s not clear whether this new way of doing brows is going to become a hit. But a few people on Instagram have tried the look. Perhaps we’ll just have to wait and see if this new kind of unibrow will be the latest beauty trend.

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