When I went blond I dyed my eyebrows and they looked so terribly ridiculous that I dyed them back. For some reason I actually looked better with blond hair and brown eyebrows than with blond hair and blond eyebrows.
Now I always keep my eyebrows their natural color, no matter what color my hair is. It's like a reminder of what I started with, I guess. It also signals to others that my hair color isn't natural and I'm not trying to pretend it is.
It looks good for a girl's eyebrows to match her hair but I like mine a little lighter.it looks bad if the colors are way different though. I refuse to dye mine because I don't want them to come out bad so I just use brow powder meant for blondes when I'm really a brunette. I like doing awesome dark eye makeup and it really looks good to make sure my eyebrows aren't dark or the whole look could look pretty harsh. I love these eyebrows link and this eye makeup link
Well, usually the darker the eyebrow, the more your eyes stand out. When I get highlights, I'm always tempted to lighten my eyebrows a few shades, but my hairdresser refuses to do it for me because dark eyebrows tend to frame the eyes better than light eyebrows might. Of course, this depends on a person's complexion and skin tone. But for me, dark eyebrows are far more flattering.
My friend has naturally bleach blond hair/eyebrows..and the only thing keeping her from dying her hair is her eyebrows. From what she's told me you have to dye your eyebrows way too often so it'd be a hassle.
i did when I went blond I bleached my eyebrows to a natural looking blond and it looked terriable on me I looked like an albino with then so I had to go get some more color for my brows. and re dye them so they were brown their not jet black like they are naturally but more like a caramel now so I don't look stupid.
They should. In the 50s and 60s when people faked a hair colour, it looked believable.
I dyed my hair red/strawberry blond, and I have fringe (bangs) to cover up my black eyebrows. Just recently I dyed my eyebrows red to match. It looks more natural.