The lat­est look for the mod­ern man’s eye­brows is as put-to­gether as he is

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Sure, stars such as Ja­son Mo­moa (à la Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones) and Tom Hanks (circa his Cast Away days) might have pulled it off, but for to­day’s mod­ern gen­tle­man, who is ex­pected to run the board­room, work out at the gym and at­tend a din­ner party all in suave style, the un­kempt cave­man look—in par­tic­u­lar, those wild and un­ruly eye­brows that can spoil an oth­er­wise im­pec­ca­bly groomed face—re­ally has no place. In­dus­try heavy­weights cer­tainly agree. To much fan­fare, Chanel re­cently un­veiled their first make-up col­lec­tion for men, Boy de Chanel, fea­tur­ing a host of prod­ucts that shape, fill and de­fine the arches, while the sea­son’s big­gest shows, from Ed­ward Crutch­ley to Dsquared2 and Daks, were dom­i­nated by full, struc­tured yet well-trimmed brows that ac­cented the mod­els’ chis­elled fea­tures. To get the look, pluck and trim ev­ery two weeks af­ter a hot shower when hair is at its soft­est, ap­ply a sooth­ing balm, and colour away.

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