Fashion month has officially ended. C’est fini. While I was fortunate enough to experience every delectable detail of NY Fashion Week in person, I have to admit, my FOMO for Paris Fashion Week (ok, and London and Milan too…) was at an all time high this season.
Every day, my Instagram feed and Snapchat stories were overloaded with European fashion week adventures, of both the filtered, and unfiltered variety. I watched, mesmerized as street style stars like @PeaceLoveShea and @CarolineVreeland took social media by storm; all while narrating the trends for the season via 10 second Snapchat runway clips from epic shows like Dior, Barbara Bui, and Balenciaga. As a long-time fashion and beauty publicist (and girly-girl at heart) I live for the runway coverage. The dramatic outfits, over-the-top sets, music, models, and of course, the makeup. Whether I was watching social media selfies, or snapchat soliloquies, one thing was evident, bold eyebrows and defined arches are here to stay.
This is fabulous news for someone like myself; who has recently made peace with her dark, shapely brows that she once hated at 16 years old. It was only a few years ago that I learned that I still needed to fill my brows…being dark and arched is half the battle, but being full is quite another. I’ve heard for years about Anastasia Beverly Hills, and as my brow obession has grown, I’ve been dying to try them out. So when People Stylewatch and Ulta Beauty asked me to review their Anastasia Beverly Hills bold brow kits, I jumped at the opportunity.
Since my brows have some sparse areas, I also used this powder duo to get a full, dark brow look. I actually just used a pointed q-tip (beauty essential) to draw the darker color over the parts of my brow that have little to no hair. I then used the other, rounded side of the q-tip, and dipped it in the lighter color to cover the darker shade, and the rest of the brows./>
Ring: David Yurman
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