You may have noticed the trend of cartoon eyebrows.
For some people, they are a cute novelty and a fun way to dress up your hair.
But the trend has a long history, with many eyebrow-based hairstyles dating back to the late 1800s.
“There are lots of cartoons and cartoons and cartoon characters, but there is nothing really new,” says Tracey Linton, a beauty and makeup artist at the Artisan Beauty Salon in Calgary.
“A lot of it was done in the 20th century.”
There are many cartoons and animals, and a lot of different cartoon characters in cartoons, Linton says.
Linton has been drawing eyebrows since she was a child.
But she says cartoon eyebrows started appearing in the 1970s.
The first cartoon eyebrows were created by the Japanese artist Ikuko Miyamoto, who drew cartoons with his own hair.
“Ikuko Miyamori drew his eyebrows with pigtails on,” Linton explains.
“He did it for a reason.”
In the 1960s, Japanese-born cartoonist Yasuhiro Wada created his own style of eyebrow pencils.
Wada’s work, called the “Girlish Face,” was the first eyebrow pencil to be popular in the U.S. In 1980, the British-born Japanese artist Masahiko Ikeda drew the first cartoon brows.
In 1985, the American artist Bobbie Guggenheim created the famous “Jock” eyebrows, with eyebrows drawn in a way that looked more like a jockstrap than a traditional eyebrow.
“Jocks are the cartoon version of a jockey,” says Linton.
“They are very short, and they’re usually dressed in their bathing suits.”
Wada and Ikedas’ style was popular for decades.
But Wada died in 1997, and the Japanese-American artist Masao Takashima took over his name.
Takashishi’s work was more cartoonish than Ikedabas, which was more realistic.
“You have to have a very cartoonish face and very detailed drawing style to do that kind of work,” says David MacLennan, a fashion stylist and illustrator in Toronto.
“It was very cartoonist, but more realistic and more cartoonist than the Ikedan style.”
Takashika, who died in 2008, has inspired many artists to create their own eyebrow pencil styles.
But it is hard to make a good pencil for everyone.
Some eyebrows are designed with a lot more details, like a straight line, a straight top or a pointed top.
“That’s what I like to do.
I like the very detailed details, the straight lines, the pointy tips,” says MacLennaan.
“Because if you do a pencil with too many details, it can look a little too much like an actual pencil.”
Some people have trouble with the straight top because it’s too “fuzzy” and makes them look like they’re drawing a mustache.
Another eyebrow pencil that’s popular today is the eyebrow pencil by Dixie Shave, which has a wide, rounded tip and a thick brush tip.
“We use it in a lot different things, because it gives a little more depth and dimension to the eyebrow,” says Shave.
Shave also has a line pencil that is more cartoon than other pencils, because he says it gives the appearance of a longer eyebrow, and that makes the eyes look smaller.
“People tend to look like a mustache when they draw, so it’s really hard to draw with the correct eyebrow pencil,” Shave says.
“Sometimes it’s a little tricky.”
MacLENNAN, a Canadian, says the eyebrow tip is a major consideration.
“If you’re going to be a professional, you need to know what your brow is going to look and feel like.
If you don’t know, you can end up with a really weird-looking eyebrow.”
MacLeod says a good eyebrow pencil is going for a realistic look.
“When you’re drawing, you want the brow to be very straight, but it needs to be rounded,” he says.
For a professional eyebrow pencil artist, MacLeod advises starting with the eyebrow that looks most natural.
“And then you’ll be able to get some of the best eyebrow pencil in the world,” he explains.
But that’s not always easy.
“The brow pencils you use have a different texture, they have a little bit more texture,” MacLeod adds.
“So it’s very important to have that consistency with the pencil, as well as that consistency on the brow.”
Linton also says it’s important to make sure your brow pencil is made to last.
“My favorite eyebrow pencil will last forever, but if you get a little wet, it will wear out pretty fast,” she says.
MacLennis also recommends buying a good quality pencil that lasts.
“For the best brow pencil, you