2018’s eyebrow has been crowned the ‘Textured Brow’. This brow style is all about building dimension, texture and fullness through the brow regardless of shape. As this brow type is more about building depth within your brow, and less about manipulating your brows into a particular shape, eyebrows of all types should easily adapt to the textured brow. The 2018 brow definitely follows a ‘one size fits all’ approach!

This brow style has been popping up quite a bit recently, with celebrities including Margot Robbie, Zoe Kravitz and Lucy Hale leading the textured brow pack throughout this year’s Awards Season.

How Do You Achieve The ‘Textured Brow’?

There are a few key steps to nailing the textured brow. Firstly, you’re going to want to use a fine-tipped brow pencil to apply fine, hair-like strokes to fill in the brow but still retain a natural look. It’s just like Alicia Shapira’s Microbladed 3D-hair strokes, if you want to fill in your own brows every day that is!

To put the finishing touch on your textured brow, a clear setting gel is a must. By brushing your brows up with a gel, you’re not only adding thickness and extra texture by separating the hairs, but you’ll also open the eye area and keep your brow hairs uniform.

How Does 2018’s Brow Differ From 2017?

2017 was the year of the heavily filled in, super-shaped brow style that dominated our feeds on Instagram in 2017. Moving away from a brow shape that many would consider a little too high maintenance, and perhaps a little too unnatural, the 2018 brow could not be more different. This brow is quick and easy to create and will enhance any and every natural brow. Consider this a brow for the people!

If you are interested in receiving Microblading to achieve a beautiful and natural brow to compliment your face, feel free to call or text Alicia directly at 954-774-5087 for appointments!