The dramatic beauty look, once most closely associated with punks, goths and drag queens, is entering the mainstream.
There is something distinctly queer about shaved eyebrows: their presence, or rather absence, challenges our expectations about what a face should be. And indeed, for much of the past century, they were a signal of deviance from the norm — either because a person couldn’t fit in or because they refused to. Take the drag queen Divine, who in the filmmaker John Waters’s 1972 trash epic, “Pink Flamingos,” struts down a Baltimore sidewalk wearing a slinky wrap dress, peep-toe heels and a pair of impossibly arched brows. She is undeniably glamorous, yet
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