For the largest part of my younger years, between the ages of 10 and 15-16, I was mocked and bullied for having large brows.
When I say large, I’m not referring to the likes of Cara Delevingne or Kim Kardashian…
My eyebrows were roughly double the size that they are now, and when I first decided to tweezer them, it took my mum and sister tackling a brow each to get the job done in roughly an hour.
Low and behold, about 10 years later big brows are highly-fashionable, sought after and the girls in school with stylishly razor-thin eyebrows, who once mocked me, are now drawing their brows on to be the same size as mine naturally.
I suppose you could say that I’ve grown to love the ‘caterpillars’. And with a little love and attention (20 seconds to be precise) from my go-to MUA PRO-BROW Fair-Mid palette, aka. a shadow fill (albeit large, my brows are a little sparse) – I think this is the one element of my face that I sculpt to look ‘natural’.