After Easter arches, garden brows are newest trend in town, and they're actually surprisingly chic.
As first spotted by Allure, blogger Taylor R, the brains behind the undeniably cute Christmas tree brows, is back making us all weirdly want garden eyebrows. In a YouTube video, she explained that she decided to create garden brows "because there isn't much green in Hong Kong [where she's currently living], even the parks are concrete."
If you, too, want to turn up to your Easter family gatherings with green arches, here's how Taylor created hers. First, she fluffed up her brows using regular hair wax. She then took Jeffree Star's velour lipstick in Venus Flytrapand applied it with a spoolie to create the grass effect. She then added tiny real flowers to the ends of her brow hairs and finished off with some butterfly stickers. And if you really want to take garden brows up a notch, why not add real bugs to your makeup?
Get a closer look at all the human and dog (yes, dog) garden brows re-creations to inspire your own. And if you want to try out the real flower trend but aren't quite ready to have grass on your face, these pressed flower nails should be up your alley.