A unibrow is a fearful feature, and here it is demonstrated perfectly. Why someone would do that to their face on purpose is the first question that comes to mind. At least it’s not tattooed! It’ll wash off.
Yet, because of this image, it is scarred into our minds, we can’t unsee it. Have you ever seen bull horns mounted to the hood of a truck? This.
In the ‘90s, the lipstick style trend was all about using a lipliner that is several shades darker than the lip color. Sadly, it appears the trend is resurfacing. It was bad then and it is bad now.
This girl’s makeup is also problematic over the eyes. The unicolor eyeshadow and darkened brows combination is just not working for us.
A Wide Block
She went to a makeup artist for this. A kindergartener with some crayons could have saved her from any fees of an MUA. The block of blush is the most offensive to the senses.
But the purple eyeshadow, all one color covering the lid, is bad too. And the brows loom over the lashes, so dark and heavy like storm clouds, but not as poetic.
This deep and dark dive into the unknown is smokey and sparkly, but overall, it is dark. Black on the lids, black on the lips, and blackened brows. Going for the grunge effect, she surely achieved it. It’s reminiscent of a future Hot Topic employee.
Likewise, the application is smeary. Especially on the side of her eyelid where it smudges away like charcoal. Ditto, on her lips. Next time, consider some lipliner and stay within the lines of said lipliner.
Where to Start?
Her eyeshadow has wings. They’re vibrant like a parrot. Added to that, her blush is not blended at all. It’s a pink stripe with a visible line demarcating the lower part of her face. It’s bad. But luckily it washes off.
We left the worst for last. Look at how far apart her eyebrows are. Part of her brows is missing. Gone. Don’t do this at home.