Evolution of Eye brows and the New Era of Microblading

Fashion keeps on evolving, trends change… So does how we do our brows. How we do our brows sets the tone of our look. Over the years, we’ve moved from scanty and fine eyebrows to fuller bushy brows, the variations and modifications have been dynamic.

In the 1920s, brows were drawn a little thinner than natural with an elongation beyond the eye shape.

In the 1930s, an evident round arch drawn with a brow pencil that looks artsy was the trend. Most ladies shaved all their brow hair and then drew their brows to their liking.

In the 1950s, there was a complete turnaround in the brow game. Slightly thick and bold eyebrows with a sharp arch were the go-to brow look of this era.

The 80s welcomed back the bushy and fluffy brows. It was an era where ladies flaunted their brow hair, the more the hair, the better it was.

In the early 2000s the thin brow made a come back but not as thin and long as they were in the 20s and 30s. These were a bit fleshy.

From around 2010, ladies opted for a fuller brow that were well defined, the unibrow was birthed and was the trend for a while. It then evolved into Ombre brows. Ladies then opted for a brow that were abet more permanent, something that didn’t require daily maintenance. Brow tattooing became the new norm.

Just as most things in life become better with time, brow tattooing evolved into microblading. Because of how close to natural it looked in comparison with brow tattooing, it has become the new phenomenon in town. Our very own Miss Sarah Keter recently gave her contribution on microblading on an article piece by Business Daily under the topic Evolution of Eyebrows Entrepreneurs.


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