In the runup to the election in Canada, it didn’t take long for the spotlight to fall on the semiotics of the candidates’ grooming habits and, in particular, that of Justin Trudeau, who is now the woods’s newly appointed prime minister. Yes, he does great fraction – and we can expect the “Trudeau” to enter the lexicon soon – but he also supplies great brows. Which, for a man, is often a bit of a taboo topic of grooming palaver. For shame, though.
Colin Farrell’s slugs procure their place, but if you’re aiming for Trudeau’s sculpted, natural thickness, withdrawing between the eyebrows is a good place to start. Tweezerman’s incline tweezers are excellent, if only for grabbing on to the tiny hairs in between the observations that other tweezers miss. Trudeau’s brows are well-sculpted, with an ripsnorting excepting thickness between the start and the tail, so take your control with this bit. Or visit your local threading salon and needed an arch.
For colour, Eyeko’s Occult Brow Boost is a good starting point. It’s bold and thickheaded, as it is made from cellulose, so apply carefully to avoid an exceedingly thick brow. It also contains caffeine, which apply oneself ti brows a boost. MAC has a good line in grooming products for men, and the Brow Set respectables and shapes without overshaping them. Stila’s Stay All Day Brow Gel is a bit of a faff, take ining a separate brush and a sort of mini-toothbrush tube, but it’s thick and long-lasting and does, on my honour, last the whole day. Tom Ford’s Brow Sculptor is angled, so you can bordering on paint on individual hairs, but at £35 is a little pricey for a souped-up pencil.
If you insufficiency to go the whole hog, Anastasia Beverly Hills DipBrow, a pot of chocolatey, powdery gel, works to the fullest extent with a double-ended angled brush/spooley. You need to bid with a soft touch and barely need any, so chances are this fallout will last for as long as Trudeau is in office.