Science Says This Is Your Most Important Facial Feature

Can you guess what it is? Hint: It's not your eyes. It's not your mouth either, or your nose. It's a feature which has been somewhat neglected until very recently when makeup artists and the fashion industry decided to start highlighting it. Now it is backed by science as the most important feature on your face. Give up? It's your brows! According to scientific reports, brows have a sort of social significance that overrules all other facial features. It has become wildly popular lately to accentuate your brows by brushing, tinting and drawing. Research says the way in which our brows are groomed plays a key role in how others view us, so all the extra time we spend bolding our arches is actually important. A study conducted by the University of Lethbridge, more people identified photographs of celebrities shown without eyes than the same stars shown without eyebrows. The study concluded that the shape, size and colour of the brows was the most significant identifying feature a person hang possess. So maybe it's time to hit the salon and get some Cara Delevigne-esk arches! What are your thoughts? Do you buy into the bold brow trend? Source: Harper's Bizaar  

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