We love a good eyebrow transformation, whether it's from the A-list, or the before and after photos that pop up on our social media. But this transformation right here might be the best we've ever seen - and the internet agrees.
After user Bikinipiglet posted a photo of a rose-gold makeup look she did on , other users were quick to point out the greatness of her perfectly drawn brows. So Bikinipiglet decided to share the before and after photos of her eyebrow transformation, which understandably went viral. Just look at this:
Redditors were convinced it was a result of microblading - seriously how can they look this perfect? But our girl denied the rumours and even gave a step-by-step on how to achieve the look.
Bikinipiglet went on to explain that she literally draws on little hairs one by one, using and the - a very pigmented brow gel that comes in a squeezable tube.
"I have had real problems with my eyebrows from overplucking at an early age, so I'm really surprised so many people picked up on them!" she wrote in the original rose-gold makeup post. "To be quite honest – they look different every time I do them because there's not much hair.
"In this look, I used aqua brow because it's a thin, easy to work with formula on an angled brush, and used it to create tiny hair stokes, which is why past the inner part where there's more hair – they look so neat."
Bikinipiglet even decided to create an Instagram account after all the fuss about her brows, to show people how she gets them done.
Why spend money on microblading when you can get the same look for a third of the price, huh?
This Japanese brow product is literally hairs in a jar and people are freaking out