Weird beauty trends of 2017

We just have one question: why?

With creativity comes some pretty viral trends; some we really like while others we really can’t seem to wrap our heads around.

The year is not over yet but 2017 has showed us some pretty bizzare beauty trends and we're not sure if these trends were meant to be some form of joke or people were actually trying to make them a thing. Either way we aren't too sure waht to feel about them.

Check out some of the most bizzare beauty trends of 2017 so far.

Nose hair extensions

But why?

Squiggly eyebrows

Braided eyebrows

Why are we braiding everything now?

Negative space eyebrows

We can leave this one for the movies and photo shoots.

Hair nails

Yeah we'll stick to our bare nails. Thanks.

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