Life’s simply bleachy for these TikTokers.

After the bleached forehead look went viral — no because of Kendall Jenner — TikTok launched a filter that makes customers appear like their eyebrows are blond digitally.

But daring trendsetters didn’t cease at simply filters. Some have been impressed to truly decide to the look and bleach their brows for actual.

The hashtags #bleachedbrow and #bleachedeyebrows have 124.4 million views and 76.5 million views, respectively, and the trendy set has apparently determined blonds have extra enjoyable — with their eyebrows, at the least.

User @vanillamace, whose identify seems to be Em, posted a clip of her attempting out the bleached forehead filter whereas additionally bleaching her hair. The video, now with 1.5 million views, particulars her thought course of about embarking on the daring fad.

One TikToker tried the filter when she was already dying her hair, instantly making use of it to her brows too.@vanillamace

“Light brow filter? Hmmmm it’s kind of nice I think?” she wrote in textual content for the video as she reveals her face with and with out the filter.

“Who cares might as well,” she continued, because the clip lower to her with bleach utilized to her brows.

At first, she stated, “No,” declaring that she didn’t like her new look, however she modified her thoughts as soon as she utilized make-up.

Users in her feedback stated the look is a “slay,” whereas others requested how she achieved the last word blond forehead.

“Only person I’ve seen it look good on,” one particular person wrote.

“I was scared for you at first but you rock that,” complimented one other.

“NO BC ITS SO GOOD ACTUALLY I JUST DID THE SAMEEE THING,” another person excitedly wrote.

TikToker dyes eyebrows despite fans telling her it looks badAnother person determined to dye her brows regardless that her followers urged her to not.@mikayla__matt

The courageous blond look comes after ultra-thin, Nineteen Nineties brows grew to become all the craze earlier this yr amongst A-listers — though the style veterans nonetheless recovering warned in opposition to irreversible over-plucking.

At least hair dye is reversible?

Other TikTokers have hopped on and mulled over the pattern, whether or not enjoying round with the filter or mildly entertaining the considered bleaching their very own brows.

“The urge to bleach my brows every time TikTok comes out with a new light eyebrow filter,” the textual content learn on one video posted by @zeececilia, which garnered 71,700 views.

TikToker dyes eyebrows brownOne person dyed her jet-black brows to a light-weight brown as an alternative of bleach blonde.@gemmagarc1a

But some didn’t even pause to rethink.

TikToker @gemmagarc1a used field dye to drastically change her jet black brows to a light-weight brown hue, whereas person @mikayla__matt dyed hers out of “spite” when her followers stated she’d look unappealing with bleached brows after attempting out the filter.

For person @soda.maillet, she wasn’t so certain she’d look good with the bleached brows because the TikTok filter alters customers’ facial constructions.

But ultimately, she gave in.

In a clip with over 342,100 views, she reached for a field of bleach and started working.

“I think it’s really cute,” she admitted in a follow-up video. “I think they suit my skin color nicer.”

TikToker dyeing goes wrongBut not everybody’s dyeing expertise went easily. One person hated her yellow-tinted brows.@ellajajaja

In the clips, customers principally used at-home field dye or males’s beard dye to alter their brows’ hue. While beard dye is supposed for the face, placing bleach in touch with advantageous eyebrow hairs and delicate facial pores and skin might trigger a difficulty.

“Ingredients used to bleach the hair [that include] high concentrations of hydrogen peroxide can cause serious burns,” Michelle Henry, a New York dermatologist, instructed Allure in 2019.

In truth, one survey performed by King Saud University in Saudi Arabia confirmed that eyebrow bleaching might result in redness, itching and scaling of the pores and skin, which appeared in additional than 50% of the individuals.

“If the solution is too strong, brows and hair can be damaged,” Henry additionally instructed Allure. “Significant burns can also cause permanent hair loss. Even when done appropriately, the process can dry and damage the hair, making it more prone to breakage.”

But not everybody prefers blonds. User @ellajajaja made the error of believing she would possibly look good with a bleached forehead, however as an alternative they ended up wanting like straw.

“This is your sign to NOT bleach your brows because this filter ‘looks good on you,’” the textual content on her TikTok warned. The reveal clip, which earned 1.6 million views, was preceded by one other with almost 368,700 views, through which she confirmed her new look to her pals.

“Ella, they look so bad dye them back,” one woman within the video stated, agreeing with the others who merely stated, “No.” (Save for one particular person, who stated she was “slaying.”)

Despite customers within the feedback telling her to tone them to be much less yellow, she caved and used males’s beard dye to show them again to brown — but by some means they appeared higher than earlier than.

“So this is my sign to bleach my eyebrows and dye them their original color? Lol,” one person commented, to which Ella stated: “NO.”