What Do Your Brows Say About You?
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Brooke Shields2 of 17
By Abby Gardner
God bless Brooke Shields and her thick brows. More women should own their natural shape with such confidence. "It's hard to bash the 'Brooke Shields brow'," says Sarah Uslan, co-founder of the Luxe Beauty Team. "However, if her brows were a little bit more arched, yet still full, her face would look more lifted and awake."
Brooke Shields Flashback3 of 17
"Now this is the classic Brooke Shields brow that I always refer to when speaking about the ideal thicker and fuller brow," says Sarah. This look has been my personal shape inspiration for as long as I can remember. I love that Brooke stuck to her guns as a young actress and a grown woman.
Michelle Obama4 of 17
So many things about our First Lady's style scream intelligence and self-assuredness. But doesn't that arch in her brow say simply, "You don't want to mess with me"? Here's guessing Sasha, Malia and Barack have seen its power once or twice.
Pamela Anderson5 of 17
Pam has always rocked the very thin brow that's a staple of pin-up girls past and present. It's not for everyone, yet I can't imagine her any other way. Brow guru Anastasia thinks they give off a "fearless" vibe. And Pam is nothing if not that.
Kim Kardashian6 of 17
Like all things Kardashian, Kim's brows are perfect and calculated. Anastasia says this look is "secure and confident, but still sexy. This would be a power brow." She's the kind of girl that never has a hair out of place ... on her head or her face.
Fergie7 of 17
Personally, these are a little too thin for my liking. And Sarah agrees: "I would have her grow them out to allow the head of the brow to be a bit fuller and the arch should be a little lower and softer." On the other hand, they totally make the statement that this woman knows what she likes and doesn't care how dramatic that might be.
Jennifer Connelly8 of 17
Thick brows do not mean ungroomed brows, as evidenced here by Jennifer. They suit her casual glamour and demeanor perfectly.
Jennifer Connelly Flashback9 of 17
Obviously, young Miss Connelly learned some of those grooming lessons over the years. It's never too late to start, ladies. Tweezers can work magic.
Megan Fox10 of 17
These brows are all starlet, all the way. Anastasia describes them as "sexy and feminine" — and that they are. But they also take a lot of maintenance, and this type of girl is one who doesn't mind spending that kind of time on her appearance.
Jennifer Lopez11 of 17
Fierce. That's really all that comes to mind when I see J. Lo's brows. They suit her face shape perfectly and the color is perfectly complementary to her hair. This is one detail-oriented woman.
Jennifer Lopez Flashback12 of 17
Still spot-on with the color, but I'm glad to see that Jennifer let those brows grow a bit since the early days of her career. To be fair, the stenciled brow was a popular trend in the '90s.
Camilla Belle13 of 17
Here's a girl who goes against the grain, not afraid to have a unique, thicker shape to her brows when most of her young Hollywood peers are over-tweezing their little hearts outs. Here's to an independent spirit.
Halle Berry14 of 17
That perfect arch makes me feel like there's something mysterious and a little mischievous lurking there ... in the best way. Halle, these brows are darn near perfect.
Halle Berry Flashback15 of 17
I think we have a winner for Most Improved Brows. Don't you agree? Not that these are bad, but you can see what a difference some sculpting can do for the face.
Gwyneth Paltrow16 of 17
"This is a case of camouflage brow," says Sarah. "She needs a tint. Brows frame the face, so if they're barely there, your best features can become lost." Though on the flip side, they also make for a very natural, unconcerned beauty. Anastasia thinks they show a softness and elegance.
Eva Mendes17 of 17
"The perfect brow," declares Sarah. And I can't disagree. They make an open, warm, inviting statement just with their shape alone.
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