2017 is about to end and we just found the weirdest brow trend of the year

After inverted lashes, mermaid lashes, wavy brows, braided brows and ponytail brow, a new type of beauty trend has taken over the internet -- The Crown Brow

With weird beauty and makeup trends getting weirder day by day, it seems like people’s creative side has gone too far when it comes to new trends. In fact, forget about makeup, it is eyebrows and eyelashes that are now driving creativity in the beauty and makeup industry. After inverted lashes, mermaid lashes, wavy brows, braided brows and ponytail brow, a new type of brow trend has taken over the internet — The Crown Brow.

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Well, the crown brow is all about setting your eyebrows in the shape of mini triangles or pyramids that makes the brow look like a small crown and then decorating it with pearls, studs and other dramatic decorative pieces.

Started by Instagrammer Sofie Petersen, the new crown brow trend has got beauty bloggers and makeup enthusiasts around the world busy posting pictures on the social media and going gaga over the new fad.

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In case you didn’t know, Sofie is the one who also started the jellyfish brow trend, which looks something like this:

Last, but not the least it looks like the brow trends are not going to stop anytime soon, so all you gotta do is sit back, relax and just let your brows be. What say?

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