AceShowbiz - Rihanna recently was chosen to grace British Vogue's cover, presenting '90s fashion style. However, the style unfortunately caused many fans to freak out because it involved thin eyebrows. The "Where Have You Been" hitmaker's fans feared that the skinny-eyebrows trend might come back after she rocked it on the fashion magazine's cover.
Many of them took to Twitter to share their opinions after the magazine's September issue's cover was released on August 1. "I love me some Rihanna but I'm worried these brows are gonna start trending again!" one fan wrote with a crying emoji.
I love me some Rihanna but I'm worried these brows are gonna start trending again! 😢 pic.twitter.com/CSbXFGdgBR— ThatoTinte (@tintethato) August 1, 2018
"Rihanna I respect you to the end but I'm never having thin eyebrows again," one added.
Rihanna I respect you to the end but I’m never having thin eyebrows again.— kim karbdashian (@gaymzpiggy) August 1, 2018
"If Rihanna makes those eyebrows a trend then I give up on y'all," another fan said.
If Rihanna makes those eyebrows a trend then I give up on y’all— . (@_renaey_xx) July 31, 2018
"I'm the biggest stan ya Rihanna but sorry we ain't going back to those 80's eyebrows," an individual stated, while another one said, "Amazing photographs but the eyebrows are wrong on so many levels."
I'm the biggest Stan ya Rihanna but sorry we ain't going back to those 80's eyebrows 🙅🙅🙅 pic.twitter.com/e6QTjGBWAe— 🍯DrewBarrymore.Jones🐇™🌼 (@Erykha_Badoula) July 31, 2018
Amazing photographs but the eyebrows are wrong on so many levels— Den Irving (@tabbybella) July 31, 2018
Makeup artist and author Lisa Potter-Dixon also refused to make the trend happen again. "It's by no means a sign that we all need to shave our brows off and pencil them in," Lisa told The Independent about the cover.
"Yes, Vogue and Rihanna are both giants in the trend-setting game, but this is one trend that doesn't need to reappear," she continued before suggesting, "Stick with your groomed, full brow. It's much more complimentary. And what looks incredible on the front cover of Vogue, doesn't always look incredible in everyday life."
Meanwhile, British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, who arranged the style for the cover, claimed that Rihanna was the perfect person to present the vintage style. "As for the cover? I always knew it had to be Rihanna," Edward wrote on his editor's letter. "A fearless music-industry icon and businesswoman, when it comes to that potent mix of fashion and celebrity, nobody does it quite like her."
"No matter how haute the styling goes, or experimental the mood, you never lose her in the imagery. She is always Rihanna," he added. "There's a lesson for us all in that. Whichever way you choose to dress the new season, take a leaf out of her book and be yourself."