"Threads", arcs and ticks: the evolution of eyebrows from Marlene Dietrich to Cara DelevingnePictolic
Over the past century, the shape of women's eyebrows has undergone many changes-from drawn threads to natural wide contours, which would have spoken about untidiness 10-15 years ago.
Eyebrows are rightfully considered the basis of any beauty image. Their shape depends on the expression of the face, eyes, and even what your makeup will be. The fashion for the shape of eyebrows has always been set by Hollywood divas and pop stars, so we decided to use their example to show how the female image has changed over the course of a century.
At the beginning of the 20th century, eyebrows were so thin that it was simply impossible to pluck out the hairs like that.
Therefore, the girls, following the example of Marlene Dietrich, simply shaved off their eyebrows and drew new ones-perfectly smooth threads.
In the 30s, the eyebrows were still thin, as they were a decade ago, but the image has now become more "dramatic" — the curves are theatrically curved, as if the girl is constantly surprised by something.
The standard of beauty was Greta Garbo — it was this actress who set the fashion for such a form.
In the 40s, women's eyebrows became slightly thicker, but the ladies continued to carefully pluck them.
The trend was a pointed tip, which was finished with a pencil. It could reach up to the temple, as in Grace Kelly.
In the 50s, the great Christian Dior and the New Look style ruled the ball.
It was also a "golden era" for eyebrows: sexually curved, like Marilyn Monroe, or bright, like Liz Taylor.
At the same time, it was fashionable to lift the hairs up a little-this added playfulness to the image.
The classic style of the 60s is Sophia Loren's eyebrows.
The outer tips stuck up, making the look a little predatory and daring.
Sophie herself paid the closest attention to her eyebrows, carefully drawing them with a pencil.
In the hippie era, many girls stopped plucking their eyebrows at all, paying tribute to naturalness.
The form is not the main thing, the main thing is a complete sense of naturalness.
However, Hollywood stars, of course, did not let the situation take its course — the effect of lush eyebrows was created with a pencil and gel.
In the 80s, super-wide eyebrows became fashionable, the wider — the better!
The pioneer was Madonna, who showed completely un-plucked and slightly tinted eyebrows.
Well, Brooke Shields achieved complete perfection, whose expressive look we still do not forget to this day. By the way, it was all about the dark eyebrows!
The 1990s are a difficult period both for fashion in general and for eyebrows.
All the most unsuccessful beauty images of the stars appeared just then — the eyebrows were plucked very thinly and with a sharp corner in the form of a tick instead of a smooth bend.
Many girls did not like this form, making the face aggressive and visually reducing the eyes, but no one refused the trend.
For modern girls, the model Cara Delevingne and Natalia Vodianova.
The cult of naturalness has returned, reminding us of the fashion of the 70s and 80s — the eyebrows have again become wide, dark, with raised hairs.
It is noteworthy that there is no unity of the form — now it is selected for each person individually, and this is the only correct solution.