Golden Globes 2014 Beauty: Strong Brows on Julia Roberts, Zosia Mamet Seize The Day

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Julia Roberts Zosia Mamet Emma Roberts - H 2014

Brow expert Kelley Baker weighs in on the thick brow phenomenon that continues to rule Hollywood -- and this year's Golden Globes.

Thick, luscious brows are ruling the red carpet at the 2014 Globes, as seen on everyone from Zosia Mamet to Emma Roberts and Paula Patton. Venice-based eyebrow expert Kelley Baker (who plucked nominee Michael Douglas’ brows to perfection earlier on Globes Sunday), talks to Pret-a-Reporter about the phenom.

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“Women now realize that brows really make a big difference in the way they look,” says Baker. “Big brows are back in style. The fuller the brow, the more youthful we look.” Other top brow contenders for the day? Hayden Panetierre, who can be seen sporting serious straight, dark face framers, and Julia Roberts, whose filled-in arches “give a nice lift to the eyes,” she says.


THICK AND LOVELY: Globes host Amy Poehler, left, and Paula Patton sporting the full eyebrow look that has become Hollywood de riguour.