Eyebrow wigs are the latest beauty trend to sweep the internet… and they're surprisingly realistic


IT'S no secret that the internet is full of weird beauty tips and tricks.

From using potato peels to cure undereye bags to shaving your bikini line with olive oil, we thought we'd seen it all… that is, until eyebrow wigs entered the game.

 YouTuber Natalie Alzante tested out the £10 eyebrow wigs on her YouTube channel

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YouTuber Natalie Alzante tested out the £10 eyebrow wigs on her YouTube channel

Yes you read that correctly.

Accidentally overplucked your eyebrows? No problem.

Wanting to get that eyebrow lion mane look that's all over Instagram right now? Done.

And what's even more bonkers? They're actually surprisingly realistic.

 YouTuber Jeffree Star first kicked off the eyebrow wig trend

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YouTuber Jeffree Star first kicked off the eyebrow wig trend

Originally created for those suffering from alopecia or those undergoing chemotherapy, eyebrow wigs are effectively a temporary eyebrow tattoo made from real human hair.

Beauty YouTuber Jeffree Star first kicked off the trend when he tried out the wigs for his 9 million subscribers last year.

Putting Final Touch Brows to the ultimate test, the sassy internet star filmed a tutorial in which he attached the "100% human hair" fake brows to his bare skin and was "pleasantly surprised" by the "real results".

 The online beauty guru filmed an in-depth tutorial using the wigs made of real human hair

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The online beauty guru filmed an in-depth tutorial using the wigs made of real human hair
 YouTuber gave Jeffree Star gave the wigs his weighty seal of approval

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YouTuber gave Jeffree Star gave the wigs his weighty seal of approval

Seeing as the wigs can be worn for up to seven days and then recycled every three months, Jeffree was full of praise and said it was "such an innovative, cool idea".

But considering Jeffree has been shaving his eyebrows since he was in "tenth grade" and applied them directly to the skin, these stick-on wigs might not be for those who are simply after a more bushy brow look.

Are stick on eyebrow wigs the next big thing to sweep the beauty world?

Fellow beauty vlogger Natalie Alzante was less than impressed with the eyebrow wigs she bought off of eBay and filmed the tutorial as part of her "CRINGEY PRODUCT" series.

Criticising the £10 product "made of real human hair" as being too expensive, Natalie filmed the extensive tutorial in which had to cut the brows to mimic her natural shape and apply them using a "thin layer of adhesive" super strength glue.

Unsurprisingly, the online star claimed the wigs left her brows "feeling suffocated".

 Natalie's eyebrows before she applied the wigs...

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Natalie's eyebrows before she applied the wigs…

Although there's no denying that the product left Natalie with Instagram-worthy bushy brows, the beauty fanatic concluded that they weren't "worth" the hassle of extensive glue application.

Not to mention the painful removal which risks pulling out what hairs you have left… maybe we'll settle for that eyebrow pencil after all.

 Although Natalie said the wigs weren't 'worth' the hassle, she did admit her "brow game is strong"

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Although Natalie said the wigs weren't 'worth' the hassle, she did admit her "brow game is strong"

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