I hate the brows…
or should I say the once large uni-brow that was carved down the center to birth two very large brows?
HOWEVER, I do have positive things to say as well :) This girl does have a very naturally beautiful face (particularly beautiful lips and cheekbones;) I like her styling – teeshirt, jacket, skirt, tights –
I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that she is wearing mid-calf black leather motorcycle boots on which there are visible scratches and scuffs from all the ass she has been kicking today.
I feel that statement is really unfair, why should your grooming choices be linked to your sexual preferences? Where does the notions of fashion and style come into play in this regard? People need to be able to separate the two, I really resent the assumption that having short hair and large eyebrows as a woman automatically means that you “covert the female”. Very narrow minded, especially considering this blog is about ways in which ‘style’ as a choice concept manifests on multiple levels.
To those that don’t like the brows, I think the issue is just that they need more separation in the middle. The proportions leave her face look unbalanced, pull the appearance of the eyes too close together. There is nothing wrong with a very strong brow, but it must play up the other features, not unbalance them.
(I’m quite shocked at some of the comments here to this beautiful woman, perhaps if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t bother commenting. This is a human, not a piece of art, television, or cinema to critique. Everyone has different ideal about beauty but negatively expressing these is not nice to read)
In the 18th century bold mouse fur eye brow patches were the rage for a while. Sadly, most women do not have the right features to carry them. This young woman can. Are hers real or fake? I don’t know, but in her case I suspect they are real.
Being older than many readers I recall how very narrow the typical Ametican definition of female beauty was, and recall the first general market magazine cover with a black woman in the sixties. Should memory serve I want to say that the model’s first name might have been Beverly (last name?) and the magazine Glamour but I would have to check. Yes, even that was consider a huge leap as recently as a half century ago.
Seeing acceptance of many types of beauty widening is itself a beautiful experience.
This girl is BEAUTIFUL… I think its silly how scared people get of someone who doesn’t fit a mold. She is UNIQUE and BOLD. Not the girl you find shopping at Macy’s or getting her nails done.. And i am thankful for that
The expression on her face is incredible, her face has so much character, and no not just her “brows”. Though I think her brows are also pretty dang great, to anyone who feels the need to try and criticize this single aspect of this young woman… Why?
What in you is so constrained and conformed that you must lash out on those who don’t need to hide behind society’s ideal notions of beauty?
She knows she has large eyebrows and she obviously wants them that way, and has obviously been able to reach a point of growth where she’s no longer in elementary school picking on people for looks
reading some of the unkind words on this post really saddens me, and yet you choose to post them. when in an earlier comment i intimate that there’s ethnic intolerance involved, that is somehow inappropriate for your site, and it’s not posted. i thought this might be a place for shifting thinking, using alternative images. i’m terribly disappointed in the anti-intellectualism shown here. i thought this site might be different, but it’s not…please reconsider how many negative and narrow-minded observations about other people’s faces you choose to make public.
Don’t understand the brow focus in the comments above. People have hair on their bodies. Get over it. She has a gorgeous look that piques interest, and it’s why she’s featured while you’re left to pathetically drone on and critique trite details.