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Winged Out Eyebrows

Lauren Salapatek | February 23, 2012 | 2:54 PM

The winged out brows at the Jason Wu Fall 2012 Show personalized the big, bold brow trend—something Boom Boom, owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar, says we will be seeing more of in 2012.

“Once brows are full and natural, they can be more personalized. True, there are rules about where the arch should be and how long or short brows should be, but the most important thing about rules is understanding the basics enough to know when to push the boundaries," she says.

"At Jason Wu, this model had brows with a very soft arch, which made the brows look almost wing like. It works because the brows are still full and long. And, with the amazing wing-like jewel-toned shadow and deeply defined brow by Diane Kendal and her team, this look is signature and easily adaptable,” explains Boom Boom.

For more information on Boom Boom and Boom Boom Brow Bar visit boomboombrowbar.com.

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