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When it comes to dra­matic arches this sea­son, the big­ger—and bushier—the brows the bet­ter. 81 Feel fresh, feisty and oh-so ready for your next trop­i­cal ad­ven­ture with these heat-proof com­pacts, serums and face sprays. 82 Bri­tish ac­tress Poppy Delev­ingne, the face of Jo Malone, shares her best beauty hacks, favourite scents and tips for keep­ing fit

There’s been no stop­ping the power brow since Cara Delev­ingne res­ur­rected it a few sea­sons back, and if the spring/sum­mer 2018 shows were any in­di­ca­tion, with It girls du jour such as Kaia Ger­ber and Tay­lor Hill rock­ing hy­per­lush, dark and tex­tured cater­pil­lars, things are only get­ting bushier. And we’re all for it. De­cep­tively low main­te­nance, a set of cul­ti­vated arches con­tours the face and ren­ders make-up prac­ti­cally un­nec­es­sary. Just ask make-up artist Mark Car­rasquillo, who dolled mod­els up at Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo with noth­ing but fuzzy, feath­ered brows filled in with lin­ers one shade darker than the model’s hair and a muted lip­pie. An­other op­tion is to go au na­turel à la Gabriela Hearst and Alexander Wang’s brushed-up, well­blended arches atop high­lighter-dusted brow bones. Frida Kahlo would be proud.

Gabriela Hearst

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Alexander Wang

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