history-of-eyebrowsThroughout the history of eyebrows,  they have been plucked, waxed, shaved, penciled in, grown out, dyed, tinted, threaded then plucked again, with each decade delivering a decisively new brow look.

While ‘80s-icons Madonna and Brooke Shields proved more is more, the ‘90s were all about keeping thin – yep, we’re looking at you Pamela Anderson and Kate Moss. This narrower shape trickled into the early 2000s, with tweezers taking pride of place in many women’s make-up bags, Christina Aguilera’s in particular.

Nowadays bushy is best, with models like Karlie Kloss and Cara Delevingne owing a certain degree of their fame to powerful brows. To get the look for yourself, there’s no better way that giving your eyebrows a helping hand to regrow and fill in with “Bimat”. Just apply daily for 16 weeks and your eyebrows and eyelashes for that matter, will be back and fully grown. Just contact us to order.

Watch the video above to see just how much brows have changed over the decades.