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Jared Bailey is the “global brow expert” for Benefit Cosmetics. He travels to about 40 countries every year, talking brows with women. According to Bailey, they like them dramatic in the Middle East, straighter in Korea and with a “soft, fluid look” in his native America. Even his email signature is brow-themed. “Don’t Let Anyone With Bad Brows Tell You Sh*t About Your Life,” it reads.Bailey isn’t a beauty-industry oddity – Benefit is a global brand, owned by luxury behemoth LVMH, with more than 1,400 stores, and its retro-packaged products are sold in 45 countries. And brows are big business – worth £20m in the UK, up from £6.5m five years ago. According to the market research company NPD, British women spend, on average, £200 a year on eyebrow grooming. Bailey and colleagues are out to increase this. In June, Benefit launched a range of eight brow products, three years in development, and are now the market leaders, with 50% of the market share. Moving from a trend to a boom makes brows the beauty story of the decade. Along with Benefit, there is Amazon bestseller Wunderbrow, a pencil and mascara-type wand that promises semi-permanent brows, and HD Brows, a British company set up in 2008, which was the top brow-related search on Google in the last quarter of 2015. Net-a-Porter had 20 brow products three years ago; now, it has 150.New brow advances include eyebrow transplants and microblading, a kind of tattooing where tiny strokes of ink are added to resemble hairs, a treatment that lasts up to three years. Beauty service booking app Treatwell reports that HD Brows and microblading are growing in popularity. Treatwell’s beauty director, Liz Hambleton, says HD Brows is in the top 10 most booked treatments in Liverpool. Tinting and threading searches are up 50% nationwide on 2015. Facebook Twitte福彩快三单式中奖规则 r Pinterest Desperate Scousewives gave us the much-maligned scouse brow.Eyebrows have a corresponding new visibility in popular culture. In 2014, a Vine by American teenager Peaches Monroee went viral with the phrase “eyebrows on fleek”, referring to eyebrows looking particularly fabulous. There are more than three million Instagram posts with #brows, and more than 600,000 with #browsonfleek. There are more than 500,000 tutorials on YouTube, all with different diagrams on how to get your brows on fleek. One, by makeup artist Zukreat, has been viewed more than three million times. It stresses that you need at least an hour to get your eyebrows perfect. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Towie’s Amy Childs sported the tattooed brow. Photograph: Ken McKay/Rex/ShutterstockIn 2016, we are at what is sometimes called the hinge of the decade, the moment where the look of the 10s (or whatever they are called) is being solidified. If Bernice’s bob defined the 1920s and Twiggy’s eyelashes were the 60s, Cara Delevingne’s eyebrows will surely go on to signify the decade we are in now. It is thanks to Delevingne – or Her Eyebrowness, as she is called in September’s Vogue – that young women everywhere now have a brow icon. The Delevingne brow sits low on the face, is long, extending towards hairline and nose, and darker than your hair. “She brought brows to the masses, and it’s been so powerful,” says Bailey. “They’re a bit oversized, but the way she has embraced them and made them a good thing has made women want natural brows.”Delevingne is not the only brow reference. There’s the scouse brow, a much-maligned strong eyebrow seen on Desperate Scousewives, and The Only Way Is Essex’s tattooed eyebrow, almost as much part of Amy Childs’ look as the infamous vajazzle. The Duchess of Cambridge could even be included in the brow revolution – hers have been dubbed a scouse brow. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Carbon-lined brows: Cleopatra. Photograph: Everett/Rex/ShutterstockBrows have always had trends, of course – from Cleopatra’s carbon-lined brows onwards. There are the pencil-like styles of Marlene Dietrich in the 30s, Audrey Hepburn’s thick eyebrows to emphasise her doe eyes in the 50s, glossy brows on Marie Helvin in the 70s and bushy brows on Brooke Shields in the 80s. When I was growing up in the 90s, it was all about the pencil-thin look, and celebrities such as Pamela Anderson or Drew Barrymore. I duly plucked mine to almost nothing and proceeded to draw them on, in kohl. The noughties went further. The likes of Sophie Ellis-Bextor or model Lara Stone had squeaky-clean skin with brows as an afterthought.Over the 20 years since then, I’ve laboriously, painstakingly grown mine back. If, once, brows were an afterthought of beauty, they are now a focus. Alice Casely-Hayford, the 27-year-old fashion and beauty editor of Refinery29, says features on brows are universally popular on the site because “post-Cara, everyone cares about their brows. I don’t wear that much makeup, but I religiously get my brows done every 30 days. It’s my biggest beauty extravagance and heaven forbid she [the beauty therapist] takes off too much.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest Marlene Dietrich’s pencil-thin look in the 40s. Photograph: Everett/REX/ShutterstockThe variety of brow appointments are astonishing. At Nails

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