Grazia features writer Morwenna is a girl of many faces. She was transformed six times in this week's magazine - solely by changing the shape of her eyebrows. The feature, based on a (slightly hilarious) Debenham's study asked whether you could tell where a girl lives by the shape of her eyebrow alone. The store claimed that women were heading to nail bars and asking for very varying eyebrows shapes. From the dramatic 'scouse brow' in Liverpool, to the round 'happy brow' in the Midlands and the thick 'plank' in Scotland, the store says that women have been inspired by celebs from their home towns. They said that Coleen Rooney, Keira Knightley and Cat Deeley have all been cited as brow-spiration.
Morwenna was given each of the six eyebrow shapes by makeup artist Rachel Singer-Clarke. The original plan was to BLEACH Morwenna's eyebrows a la Lara Stone, to create a neutral base. This would have been a permanent treatment. Instead Rachel changed Morwenna's eyebrow shape dramatically by covering her original eyebrows with theatrical wax and foundation, giving her a neutral base to work with for each different eyebrow. This is obviously not a practical solution for daily eyebrow care, so Rachel spoke to Grazia Daily about her more everyday tips - check out our video here.
Edited by Nikki Merrifield
See 0-30 secs for how the waxing was done.
See 30 secs - 1 min for Rachel's tips on changing your eyebrow shape.
See 1 min - 1.14 mins for Rachel's tips on getting your eyebrows shapes to match.
Check out the full article in this week's Grazia magazine!