We're excited to present this story from Allure:
In recent seasons, brows have been bleached into oblivion, but they're finally back — in a big way. On New York's Spring 2012 runways, eyebrows have been groomed, thickened, and penciled in until they're a focal point of the face. To see the best brow looks so far, just keep reading.
1980s Supermodel Arches: The brows on Donna Karan's runway (above) were thick without looking too masculine, thanks to a well-defined shape. "They've got a gorgeous, lifted arch," explained makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, who was inspired by Yasmin LeBon's brows. But she didn't hold back with it came to darkening them, layering on both pencil and powder using short, quick strokes to mimic the shape of the hair.
Imperfect and Bushy: For The Row's runway, makeup artist Tom Pecheux created the appearance of "virgin brows that haven't been touched." He skipped traditional brow pencils and instead brushed on Estée Lauder Sumptuous Extreme Bold Volume Mascara in brown and black shades for an unruly and naive effect.
Exaggerated Elizabeth Taylor Brows: At Altuzarra (below), Pecheux created "strong yet feminine brows" that he said were an homage to La Liz. He used MAC eye shadow in Carbon, a jet-black shade that he painted on brunettes and blondes alike, using a damp brow brush.
Photo courtesy of Greg Kessler
Androgynous: At Victoria Beckham, Tilbury thickened the models' brows with Lancôme Le Crayon Poudre and followed their brows' natural shape. Set against minimal makeup, these darkened arches made for an androgynous look.