With the potential to be the subject of both reverence and ridicule, we can safely say that eyebrows are important. The right ones might verify your icon status; the wrong ones could completely imbalance your whole face. Over the years, however, I’ve tried to be more tolerant and less judgemental of them. If you want to pluck your eyebrows into obliteration only to crudely redraw them with arches of architectural proportions, do it. Your personal taste when it comes to eyebrows is valid! You are valid! Yet one approach to brow styling that I cannot abide by is brow lamination. The latest in a long line of eyebrow trends, brow lamination involves applying chemical solutions to the brows so that they stay in their desired shape for up to two months. This is an excellent concept until you realise how peculiar it looks. The best beauty modifications mimic what nature meanly bestowed on others instead of us, but LITERALLY NO ONE has eyebrows that look even remotely laminated without staring at a salon ceiling for an hour first. And whatever next? Filing your lips? Taking your cheeks to Karen in HR? I’ll stick to a wax and tint.