Kylie Jenner hits peak 90s revival with mega thin eyebrows selfie

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Photo credit: @kyliejenner - Instagram
Photo credit: @kyliejenner - Instagram

Last year, someone, somewhere (I'm still on the hunt for the perpetrator), gave '90s skinny eyebrows the kiss of life and to my dismay, they soon resurrected. We saw Bella Hadid, Hailey Bieber, and even Kourtney Kardashian all rock the trend, so of course, us regular folk also jumped on the bandwagon.

TBH, as a bushy brow girl myself, I was torn – and that's not to say that I have anything against thin eyebrows, I'm just terrible are maintaining my own! Plus, as we always say, trends come and go, so it is always worth being absolutely sure before making any tweezing-related decisions that may be permanent.

With the population divided, many (including myself) decided to stay on team Dua Lipa and rep the bushy brows for a tad longer However, almost a year on from its initial comeback and to my personal surprise, the mega pencil-thin skinny eyebrow trend has been fully revived. The '90s reign supreme after all!

Needless to say, the one celebrity to try them and one of the most influential of all, is none other than Kylie Jenner. In her most recent Instagram post announcing the drop of her new Kylie Cosmetics palettes, Ky is sporting the itsy bitsy brow look.

Forget the '90s, I'd even go as far to say that along with the mauve bronzed eyeshadow look and plum lip, she could be straight out of the 1920s. All Kylie needs now is a feathered flapper headband and she'd bag a role in any Great Gatsby reboot.

But before you make any rash brow choices in the hope of recreating this look, you may want to think twice about whether or not you can wait a good few months for them to fully grow back. I will not be held responsible for any brow-related decisions made going forward...

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