"Don't Try This at Home," and Other Things You Should Know About Bleaching Your Brows
Over the last few weeks, we've seen a handful of celebrities break out the bleach to give their eyebrows a barely-there look. Earlier this month, Kim Kardashian was seen on her Instagram Story documenting the process of temporarily lightening her brows for a project she was working on, and nearly two weeks later, Game of Thrones alum Maisie Williams showed up to the 2021 BRIT Awards with hers bleached as well. It might be a little too early to call it a trend, but in the event that brow bleaching becomes one of the cool to-do activities this summer, it might be helpful to have a guide on hand of how it works.
We'll start by saying that bleaching your eyebrows is a whole lot different than bleaching your hair, and there are a few things you should know about the process beforehand — especially if you're thinking about doing it at home. Ahead, we spoke to two hairstylists about bleaching your brows and found out what to do (or what not to do) in the process.