I got my brows done using a mathematical formula
If you’re unfamiliar with this mathematic phenomenon, the golden ratio (aka phi) is an endless number that has been found in numerous structures, man-made and natural alike, such as flowers and the Parthenon. We won’t bore you about the ratio, or how it works, but we will tell you all about how Anastasia Soare aka Anastasia Beverly Hills has implemented it into perfectly crafted eyebrows – a trick she borrowed from art school, where she was taught that the brows control all the emotions in a portrait.
In the 90s, when Soare started shaping eyebrows, pencil-thin brows were very much the trend – something she was determined to change. After learning about the Golden Ratio in art school, Soare translated those theories into make-up and applied them to women’s faces based on their individual bone structure in order to bring balance and proportion.
When offered the chance to try out this patented “Golden Ratio Eyebrow Shaping Method,” and from Anastasia Beverly Hills head trainer Emma, nonetheless, I jumped. We decided to test out two different looks: the full, polished look and a quicker, “on the go” version.