Ready To Try The ‘No Eyebrow’ TikTok Trend?

Ready To Try The 'No Eyebrow' TikTok Trend?
Not everyone is brave enough to try some of the new trends that pop up on social media. While the new TikTok ‘no eyebrow’ trend is a hot topic, it’s not for everyone. But if you’re ready to say goodbye to your sleek microbladed brows, then the non-existent eyebrows might be an option for you.

Remember the super skinny brow era during the 90s? Now it looks like beauty influencers and celebrities are eager to try something new. In fact, the ‘no eyebrow’ trend has been taking over social media, red carpets and runways. But it’s definitely not for the faint of heart.

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The ‘No Eyebrow’ Trend: Impersonal or Fashionable?

Our eyebrows are extremely personal and the non-existent brows are not for everyone. This fashion is not a one-size-fits-all and you definitely can’t choose a style and stick with it. We all have different face shapes and colors, and, of course needs. And certain colors and shapes suit different faces.

Before using that makeup, bleach, or razor, we recommend you speak with a professional brow artist. They will be able to give you expert advice as well as map out your brows to give you an idea about this trend for your face.

But if you want to try out the ‘no eyebrow’ trend at home, there are a couple of ways you can do that without actually trashing your brows.

1. Makeup

If shaving off your brows is a bit extreme for you, you could try covering them with with makeup first to see how you like the look. Using makeup is a great starting point, plus you can avoid changes you may regret later.

For full coverage, start by brushing concealer into your brows moving in the opposite direction to hair growth. Make sure to use a concealer that is lighter than your natural brow hair color. But going too light can result in gray looking brows. Start at the root of your eyebrows’ tail and work your way inward to the bulb. Now brush your hair back into the natural direction of growth.

Next, repeat the above process but this time use a warmer concealer that’s close to your natural skin tone to hide additional darkness. After that, set your brows using a translucent powder, ensuring to focus on the arches of your brows. And there you have it…non-existent brows.

It’s important to note that this makeup method works best on thinner hair as thicker brow hair may result in a textured look.

2. Bleaching

Bleached brows have been around since last year, but now, rather than shaving their brows, many celebrities are trying the bleached look. Any time you are doing chemical treatments on or around your hair, always do a patch test first. If you have sensitive skin, the proximity to skin puts you at greater risk of irritation and inflammation.

Instead of using a liquid bleach that’s more suitable for hair dying, opt for a bleaching cream. Be sure to cover the brow hairs completely from the root to the tip. Following this process ensures you won’t have patches. After that, you could cover your brows with film so that they don’t dry out.

As with any product, whether hair or something else, always follow the manufacturer’s usage instructions. After rinsing off the bleach your brows may not be as light as you want. In this case, wait a few days or weeks before bleaching again to prevent damage and allow your brow hair to rest.


Not all trends are worth trying out. This can be the case with the ‘no eyebrow’ trend given that it’s such a personal fashion. We do not offer any of the above brow services at Uptown New York Style Hair Salon. Nor do we endorse any of the methods for changing your brows. This article is for information purposes only to keep our readers up-to-date on what’s happening in the beauty world.

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Ready To Try The \'No Eyebrow\' TikTok Trend?