World’s wackiest eyebrows – from Angry Birds woman to botched brow tattoos

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Eyebrows are being raised at some of these women’s unique beauty choices.

It can be tricky to get your eyebrows right but some people aren't bothered about trying to imitate society’s idea of the perfect brow.

From women who intentionally draw them large to women whose brows are a result of a beauty fail, we have shared them all.

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If there’s one thing for sure, it’s that these women are standing out amongst the crowd.

Angry Bird brows

Anzhelika Protodyakonova is a Russian influencer whose big brows have helped her amass more than 100,000 loyal Instagram followers.

When she takes the time to do them, Anzhelika's eyebrows are hard to miss as they are painted on in a deep black shade and take up the majority of her forehead.

While the distinctive arches help her to stand out on social media, she doesn't always wear them out in public.

When she hasn’t got them drawn on, she easily blends in with the crowd because her eyebrows are a lot more natural than one would expect.

Her arches are a much lighter shade than the Angry bird ones she usually draws on.

Anzhelika first went viral when a stranger shared a photo of her online. The photo quickly went viral and while the influencer was embarrassed at first, she embraced her social media fame and made her brows even bigger.

Viral mum

A British woman was given the title of "Britain’s biggest eyebrows" after she went viral online.

Sammie-Jo Hailford has massive brows that she has had painted on for over a year and faces trolling because of it.

The 27-year-old, from Grimsby, is often mocked and has even had people call social services because of her beauty choice.

Previously speakingexclusivelyto the Daily Star, the mum-of-two said: “People have said I shouldn’t be a mum and they are going to ring social services because of my eyebrows. It gets really extreme on the internet.

“They can call social services because I have nothing to hide. My eyebrows don’t determine whether I’m a good mother or not.”

She started using liquid liner to make her brows bigger one year ago when she underwent atransformationand shows no signs of stopping soon.

Sammie-Jo ignores the trolls and continues to use her platform to encourage people to be who they want to be.

Botched microblading

When microblading is carried out by a professional, it can create bold and defined eyebrows but when done by someone inexperienced it can end up a disaster.

A mother-of-three learned this the hard way when she was left with four eyebrows – and subsequently dumped by the bloke she was dating.

Jami Ledbetter, 45, was born without eyebrows so was given a £190 microblading treatment voucher by her daughters.

Sadly this thoughtful gift ended in disaster as the American woman’s brows were botched.

Jami told WDAF: “I would never wish this on my worst enemy.

“What it’s done to my self-confidence, it’s been hard. I was devastated.

“I was even dating a guy, and he stopped dating me at that point.”

The mum believes the procedure wasn’t carried out by a certified beauty therapist.

Other creative eyebrow choices

While different brow shapes come in and out of style, some of these women have taken things to the extreme.

Some have chosen to show off their creative flare with eyebrow art and unusual shapes that will ensure they stand out amongst the crowd.

Others have decided to go for smaller brows, which seems to be coming back into fashion, and some have chosen to highlight their monobrows.

As long as they happy with it, that's all that really matters.


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