When makeup artist Kali Harlow used a colorful satellite image of the eye of Hurricane Irma to create her latest look, and shared a photo on Twitter, she caused a storm of her own.
To keep up with the latest developments in brow world, look no further than makeup artists such as Alexis Woodson, 21, who's taking it to the next level.
Declutter your medicine cabinet and make some money. It’s a scenario as old as the beauty business itself: You purchase a product, try it out, realize it’s not for you, and then it sits in product purgatory (under the sink or in a drawer) for the foreseeable future (or at least until your next beauty cabinet purge). An online destination for beauty products at a discount, Glambot lets you shop for and sell your own unused or barely used products.
Vitamin D is often thought of as a natural source of energy and happiness, with most people even taking a supplement if they feel they aren’t exposed to the sun often enough. While the sun’s happy effects can brighten our moods and even cause an entire continent to take time out of their day to look up, what is this burning ball of fire doing to our favourite beauty products and treatments? Click through the gallery above to see how the sun is damaging your favourite beauty products, and let us know what you think by tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram .
Heavy contour, dramatic brows, highlighter you can see from space — these on-trend makeup looks may seem like they originated with Kim K. or YouTube's OG beauty vloggers, but that couldn't be further from the truth. A light dusting of reality for us all: There was a subset that made glam makeup a part of the zeitgeist decades before KUWTK, and YouTube has nothing on their tried-and-true tips and tricks. Look to drag queens, in all their chiseled, strobed, glammed-up glory, if you want the more accurate origin story of so-called "Instagram makeup" today — and rest assured 2017's reigning queens are still coming up with the most inventive techniques around.
The 19-year-old model from New York is breaking out of the brow mold and proudly rocking her unibrow. Just like Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, the teenage beauty was blessed with a naturally bushy brow. “My mum always told me it’s good to have thick brows because she plucked her thin ones off in the ’90s when pencil brows were in,” she continues.